PRACTICE AREAS

Litigation: Business Litigation/Commercial Litigation


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Hand Arendall's Business Litigation Practice Team lawyers provide representation and consultation covering the gamut of business, commercial and financial disputes including contract litigation, trade secret and non-competition litigation, fraud claims and other commercial tort claims, corporate and business control litigation, financing, leasing and lending litigation as well as all other types of both "routine" and complex commercial disputes between business entities, or between business entities and their equity owners or significant or former significant employees.

For more information regarding the Business Litigation Practice Team, please contact Practice Group Leader Michael C. Niemeyer or any of the other lawyers in the Practice Group.



Firm News


Tuesday, Sep 17th, 2019
Congratulations to Member Henry Morrissette


Henry has been appointed to a two year term as Chair of the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) In-House and Law Firm Management Committee.

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Wednesday, Sep 4th, 2019
Congratulations to Melvin Evans


Hand Arendall Harrison Sale LLC is pleased to announce Melvin Evans, Technology Director for the Firm, has been appointed to the Commission on Artificial Intelligence and Associated Technologies by Governor Kay Ivey. He is one of the 10 appointed members of the 18-member commission.

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Thursday, Aug 15th, 2019
Congratulations to our Attorneys Named to The Best Lawyers in America© 2020


Hand Arendall Harrison Sale LLC is pleased to announce that 36 lawyers have been listed in The Best Lawyers in America© 2020.

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Thursday, Aug 1st, 2019
Congratulations to Chambers USA 2019 Ranked Attorneys


The Chambers USA 2019 rankings have been released. Congratulations to Members Preston Bolt, Ginger Gaddy, Nick Greenwood, Neil Johnston, Mark Waggoner and Caine O'Rear. All were ranked in the publication.

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Monday, Jun 24th, 2019
Alabama Equal Pay Act, signed by Governor Ivey on June 11


The new law creates a state law cause of action for pay discrimination on the basis of sex or race, with exceptions for reasons such as seniority and production.

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