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Complex Business Litigation

A Direct Approach to Complex Business Cases

  • Rogers & Hardin has broad experience in complex business litigation of all kinds
  • We represent companies in a wide array of industries, in proceedings in court, in arbitration, and before regulatory agencies
  • Our focus is not only on handling a litigation matter, but in how the results from that matter will fit within our clients’ long-term business goals
  • Our lean staffing model delivers results more quickly and efficiently than multi-layer, high-leverage models
  • We utilize highly skilled in-house e-discovery resources to further minimize cost and maximize efficiency

Flexibility, Creativity and Resourcefulness

Rogers & Hardin has experience in handling a wide variety of complex business litigation matters. We represent clients’ interests in cases with complex factual and legal problems, class actions, and matters involving injunctive or other extraordinary relief. We are frequently retained in matters of special urgency and complexity. We strive to apply flexibility, creativity, and resourcefulness in the face of such tasks.

We are passionate about trying cases. Our litigators represent clients in matters before state and federal trial and appellate courts, in arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution proceedings, and in state and federal regulatory proceedings. From some of the largest multi-national companies to mid-market and privately owned businesses, our clients are financial services firms, telecommunication providers, entrepreneurs, information technology start-ups and stalwarts, transportation companies, law firms, assisted living facilities, corporate officers and directors, accounting firms, airlines, venture capitalists, testing services, energy companies, non-profit organizations, individuals, restaurants and hospitality services, retail companies, international trade firms, and manufacturers, to name a few. The firm is regularly involved in high profile litigation.

Cases are most effectively litigated when we understand our clients and their business. We take the time to familiarize ourselves with our clients’ business and industry, and we manage our litigation strategy from the viewpoint of effectuating our clients’ strategic business objectives. Our clients’ decision-makers rely on us to think not only of immediate litigation concerns, but also to analyze how litigation will impact our clients’ long term vision.

Sophistication and Capability

If it is business litigation, chances are our litigators have encountered it before. That experience has earned our litigators recognition from Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers in America, Georgia SuperLawyers, the American College of Trial Lawyers, and other leading professional authorities. Rogers & Hardin has three partners who are members of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Membership is extended “only by invitation, after careful investigation, to those experienced trial lawyers who have mastered the art of advocacy and whose professional careers have been marked by the highest standards of ethical conduct, professionalism, civility and collegiality” and “membership can never be more than 1% of the total lawyer population of any state or province.”

Bringing Value to our Clients

Delivering a high level of client service is critical, but a focus on cost-effectiveness is also a primary part of our approach to handling litigation. Our low-leverage structure means we take a direct and cost-effective approach to staffing cases and designing litigation strategy. Our partners “live the case,” with partner-level engagement from start to finish.

We are also a “full service” firm – we call on our corporate and transactional team members to bring a nuanced understanding of the most complex business issues to our litigation strategy.

Rogers & Hardin’s Case Management Advantage

Business litigation is increasingly about the ability to manage information. Control over the information means control over the litigation. Voluminous electronic records; spoliation of data; the recovery of lost or hidden data; metadata; identification of a few, relevant records – today’s litigators must be skilled in the procedural complexities of the information age. And these skills must be exercised early in the litigation, often when there is limited information and time pressures are the toughest.

Our litigation team has extensive experience in conducting and managing discovery and using information effectively in litigation. To avoid the waste of time and money, we deal with these issues up front, devising strategies at the beginning of the case for compliance with the rules; addressing the practicalities of data identification, preservation and review; and negotiating with opposing counsel for scope of data collection and production. We identify our clients’ strongest positions and marshal the information from e-mails, databases and other electronic sources needed to support that position. It’s part of our direct approach to client representation.

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Dan F. Laney
Direct  404.420.4624

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