Coon & Cole has a broad spectrum of experience in litigating commercial cases.
Commercial litigation is undertaken with a clear understanding of the client’s commercial objectives and with awareness of the anticipated cost-benefit analysis of any anticipated proceeding. Once a determination to litigate is made, the firm aggressively conducts litigation with integrity, maintaining an eye for achieving a fair result.
From injunction to declaratory judgment cases, defending asset protection as well as prosecution of fraudulent conveyances, the firm has succeeded in using the courts and arbitration forums to its client’s advantage. Among examples of the cases litigated are bank collection matters such as enforcement of guaranteed obligations, resolution of business disputes, employment claims (both defense and prosecution), contract cases of all types, construction litigation, bankruptcy, including adversary cases such as preference claims, and serious business reorganization litigation.