Reardon Scanlon’s attorneys have wide-ranging experience in representing clients in all aspects of litigation in various industries, including financial services, insurance, energy, telecommunications, transportation, and computer hardware and software.
Reardon Scanlon’s attorneys have successfully represented clients in large, complex, high-stakes appeals throughout the United States. Our attorneys have handled appeals in many state appellate courts and have appeared before the Federal Courts of Appeals for the Second, Third, Fifth, Tenth, and Eleventh Circuits. We are also admitted to practice before the Sixth and Eighth Circuit Courts of Appeals, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court.
Reardon Scanlon's attorneys have environmental regulatory and litigation experience that includes representing environmental consulting firms as well as manufacturers in the defense of EPA-brought claims and enforcement proceedings. We also assist businesses and landowners in analyzing cost recovery actions when third parties are responsible for remediation costs
Reardon Scanlon's attorneys have counseled entities concerning disputes among partners and shareholders. We have represented partners and shareholders concerning claims relating to fiduciary duty and misappropriation, including disputes among founders.
Reardon Scanlon's attorneys have represented financial services and other industry clients relating to disputes over non-competition agreements, client lists, and other confidential and proprietary business information. We have the expertise to review your business contracts and help protect your vital business information. We have represented clients seeking or defending injunctive relief and pre-judgment remedies.
Reardon Scanlon's attorneys can assist in the domestication and enforcement of foreign judgments, as well as the prosecution collection of of commercial claims.
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