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Kendra BaisingerRichard M. BeckMatthew J. BorgerMorton R. BranzburgSean M. BrenneckeWilliam J. ClementsAmanda J. DoughertyDavid S. EagleCharles A. ErcoleWilliam A. HarveyWilliam T. HillWilliam R. HinchmanMichael A. IaconelliJonathan KrauseHelen Marie Haney LaffertyRaymond H. LemischLisa A. LoriMatthew J. McDonaldLisa R. MooreLee D. MoylanPeter J. NormanMary Ellen O'LaughlinRonald J. PattersonA. Grant PhelanGaetano P. PiccirilliMonica Clarke PlattCarl S. PrimaveraJordan M. RandLinda RichenderferRona J. RosenRandi L. RubinDouglas F. SchleicherGregory R. SellersTeri M. ShermanKerry E. SladeCarol Ann SlocumStephanie StecklairDavid J. SteermanSally E. VeghteGlenn A. WeinerPaige M. Willan
Klehr Harrison's Litigation Practice Group, the firm's largest practice group, is comprised of a team of seasoned, aggressive advocates who are experts in developing creative and cost-effective strategies to achieve winning results. Our litigators have broad experience in trying jury, non-jury and arbitration matters throughout the United States. As a group, the Litigation Practice Group has achieved a reputation among our clients and peers as innovative, thorough and relentless in the pursuit of our clients' objectives. Klehr Harrison litigators bring to the table superior advocacy skills and refined case management techniques - the right combination needed in today's environment to support our clients' goals.
While the resources we deploy vary depending on the size and complexity of each case, we apply the same tenacity and commitment to smaller, less complicated matters as we do to intricate, multi-million dollar disputes. Regardless of size, we strive - in every engagement - to move far beyond the surface in order to learn more about our clients' businesses and to offer real world solutions to the unique problems they confront. This enables us to better represent our clients and to achieve exceptional results.
The Litigation Practice Group's areas of practice are as diverse as our clients. Major areas of concentration include the following: