What is Complex Litigation?
Legal Excellence That Surpasses a Century
While litigation matters are difficult, they are considered to be "complex"
when multiple parties and multiple claims are involved. Matters such as
class action lawsuits, mass torts or anti-trust cases are all large-scale
legal issues that are considered complex litigation. If you need help
with a complex litigation case, we at Sacks Weston Diamond LLC can help.
more than 100 years of experience, we have successfully represented individuals, governments, and corporations
at the state and federal level, and are ready to take your case all the
way to the Supreme Court of the United States. Our firm's practice
has also benefited international clients from all over the globe, including
25 foreign countries. Members of our team bring a multi-disciplinary approach
to resolving your complex litigation matter in the most cost-conscious,
efficient manner possible. We utilize sophisticated technology and cutting
edge legal strategies to effectively present your case in front of a judge and jury.
Billion-Dollar Settlements By Award-Winning Lawyers
Our firm's track record is filled with landmark settlements and victories
that demonstrate our unwavering dedication and passion for those we represent. We have
obtained billion-dollar settlements for our clients, which has earned us membership into the prestigious Multi-Million
Dollar Advocates Forum®. We also served co-counsel for the plaintiff
awarded the largest single landowner verdict in U.S. history against ExxonMobil.
Our complex litigation team has been honored with the following:
Inclusion on the
Super Lawyers® list
- AV® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®
- Board Certification as a Civil Trial Advocate by The National Board of
Questions? Call Sacks Weston Diamond LLC.
We understand that those with complex litigation needs are bound to have
a great deal of questions and concerns. Our legal team is ready to address
any of your concerns so that you can be better equipped to make strategic
and well-informed decisions.