PRLog - Aug. 14, 2012 - HUNTINGTON, N.Y. -- Typically, the prospect of commencing or defending litigation means that an individual, company or municipality has a serious dispute with another party that could not be solved without resorting to the legal process. Sometimes, this dispute can be solved by settlement at the outset of litigation. Sometimes the parties must go through a lengthy process involving the exchange of documents, depositions, motion practice, and rarely, trial.
Law Offices of Mark A. Cuthbertson
When presented with a dispute, our goal is always to achieve a client’s desired remedy in the most efficient manner possible, without ever having to go to trial. Often this can be done through early negotiation or, if necessary, motion practice. For instance, we recently secured the dismissal of all claims against our municipal client by winning summary judgment in federal court.
However, if it is impossible to solve a particular dispute in a satisfactory manner without going to trial, our clients can rely upon our ability to advocate in the courtroom. In short, at the Law Offices of Mark A. Cuthbertson, we are prepared to do whatever it takes to solve your dispute in the most efficient and satisfactory manner possible.
In addition to advocacy in state and federal courts the firm’s attorneys regularly appear before state and federal administrative agencies, including the New York State Public Employment Relations Board, Human Rights Division, Department of Labor, and Department of Education; and the United States Surface Transportation Board, National Labor Relations Board and Equal Opportunity Employment Commission. The Law Offices of Mark A. Cuthbertson has also successfully handled mediation and arbitration in private and public contexts.
A sampling of some of the cases we have recently successfully litigated can be viewed by clicking this link: http://www.cuthbertsonlaw.com/
Please visit our website to learn more: http://www.CuthbertsonLaw.com