Our firm handles complex litigation in numerous substantive practice areas. While we have experience in each of these substantive areas of law, we are, at heart, general litigators. That means we believe that practical litigation skills and strategic thinking are the keys to success in every case. We have applied that philosophy to new areas of law, and continue to expand our expertise daily. So, while we believe we are prepared to litigate any substantive area of law, we do have particularized experience and success in the following practice areas.
Our attorneys have a wealth of experience litigating consumer and other types of class actions. We primarily represent consumers who have been the victims of corporate wrongdoing.
We are lawyers committed to representing individuals who wish to report fraud against the government, or in the case of financial fraud, fraud against investors or consumers. We help our whistleblower clients receive a share of any recovery the government receives as a result of their fraud reporting, and we protect them from retaliation.
When a person’s reputation is harmed by false statements made by another, that person has been the victim of defamation. Defamation comes in two primary forms: libel and slander. Libel is defamation by written or printed words. Slander is defamation by spoken words. Because defamation also involves speech, the United States Supreme Court and other courts have developed a complex set of rules that, under some circumstances, provide some protections under the First Amendment to defendants in defamation cases.
We represent businesses, large and small, in their most significant business disputes. Our firm is especially well suited to represent medium and small-sized businesses on the plaintiff’s side of disputes.
Tycko & Zavareei has a track record of appellate successes. Our attorneys have represented clients in the Supreme Court of the United States, the federal courts of appeals, and state appellate courts throughout the country.
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