Pillsbury’s litigation section includes more than 200 lawyers throughout our 15-office network.
Our litigation experience is broad and varied, and ranges from antitrust to corporate defense and special investigations, and from environmental to intellectual property, ERISA and tax. Pillsbury litigators have substantial trial experience at the state, federal and appellate level, with the bankruptcy courts, and with dispute resolution proceedings before all of the world’s major arbitration bodies. We are particularly noted for representing energy, financial services, government contractor, technology and university clients in complex litigation matters, restructurings, labor suits, and intellectual property disputes. 2013 Chambers USA ranks Pillsbury’s Appellate and Tax Controversy practices as among the best nationally.
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