Litigation is about framing issues and creating a persuasive, compelling story for the trier of fact, be that a judge, jury, or arbitrator. Those abilities also are required in convincing an appellate court that must evaluate which legal principles should be applied to the underlying facts. McGlinchey’s litigation lawyers excel in working with our clients to investigate the facts and frame the case and legal issues to create powerful themes, potent briefs, and forceful arguments at both the trial and appellate levels.
A deep understanding of the client’s business is critical to success in litigation. McGlinchey lawyers not only have in-depth knowledge of a variety of businesses—such as corporate, construction, financial institutions, real estate, commercial lending, insurance, heavy industry, manufacturing, aviation, admiralty, chemical and energy, health care, automotive, and chemical and mechanical engineering—but we also have a detailed understanding of the legal issues these businesses face, such as class actions, labor and employment, cyber security, creditors rights, bankruptcy, government investigations, patents, and intellectual property.
McGlinchey’s litigation practice is positioned to assist our clients whenever the need arises, with offices across the country in the nation’s ports, energy corridors, manufacturing, and banking centers, and with lawyers able and willing to travel at a moment’s notice to be on-site.
Our clients have told Chambers USA that what makes McGlinchey litigators different is our “versatility, willingness to litigate what needs to be litigated, willingness to go where we have needs, and know-how to convey sophisticated concepts effectively to judges and juries.”
Conveying sophisticated concepts and weaving those into a compelling story is what we do.