Litigators in Madu, Edozie and Madu’s Commercial Litigation Department have represented clients in a broad spectrum of business and commercial litigation matters in state and federal jurisdictions in the United States as well as in Canada and Africa. Their clients include government and private domestic and international corporations, banking and financial institutions, real estate development companies, partnerships, foundations, nonprofit associations, professional corporations, sole proprietors and individuals. Their litigated matters include a wide variety of commercial transactions as well as contract matters, business and securities litigation, restrictive covenants, trade secrets and confidential information disputes, bank fraud claims, municipal and government liability, civil and constitutional rights, business torts, real estate disputes, trust and estate cases.
When appropriate and cost-efficient, they represent clients in alternative dispute settings such as mediation, arbitration, appraisals and other effective alternatives to the traditional litigation model. The department’s attorneys have tried cases to verdict, or have successfully defended, numerous matters.
Attorneys in the department have been able to attract such a diverse roster of clients, and to secure successful results for them, for two reasons. The first is their skill, creativity and wide-ranging experience. The second, and of equal importance, is their emphasis on direct relationships with clients on a personal level, with a particular sensitivity to each client’s business and financial needs and time constraints.