Litigation - Indiana
What the team is known for Large and expert team with an excellent reputation in the marketplace. Boasts a wide offering to clients in litigation in areas including business tort, employment law, corporate governance, securities, antitrust and intellectual property.
Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
"They take the time to become experts in their specific fields."
"Very good at working collaboratively with in-house counsel and they've got a very high level of service and professionalism."
"Thorough, very persuasive and responsive."
Work highlights Represented Alva Electric Company and several other construction companies in an appeal relating to the financing of a school construction venture.
Acted for Midwest Poultry Services on a substantial class action federal court case involving several allegations, including the increase of prices by restricting supply of shell egg and egg products.
Well-respected David Herzog heads the firm's business litigation group and offers impressively wide-ranging expertise in the space. He recently acted on a substantial and highly publicized case on behalf of Marsh Supermarkets, involving fraud and misconduct on the part of the former CEO.
Appellate lawyer Jon Laramore maintains a solid reputation for being "very careful and very controlled," and "an outstanding advocate." He acted for IU Health on a class action involving the hospital's billing practices.
Established practitioner Chris Scanlon offers broad expertise in commercial litigation. He has substantial expertise in areas such as contracts, tort, insurance, securities, environmental law and product liability.
Highly respected Jay Yeager has longstanding experience as a talented litigator and trial attorney. His areas of expertise include contract law, aviation disputes, fraud and corporate governance.
Robert Stanley is professional responsibility counsel to the firm, but continues to be renowned for his wealth of experience in complex civil litigation and private arbitrations.
Significant clients Eli Lilly, Duke Energy Indiana, Zimmer, Target.