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  • Commercial/Business Litigation
    Commercial/Business Litigation Contract Disputes Business Torts & Fraud Partner, Shareholder & Officer/Director Disputes​ White Collar Investigations, & Business Crimes Trade Secret, Non-compete, Non-solicitation, & Confidentiality Disputes Construction
  • Employment Litigation & Counseling
    Employment Litigation & Counseling Discrimination, Harassment, & Retaliation Claims Minimum Wage, Overtime, & Other Unpaid Wage Claims Trade Secret, Non-compete, Non-solicitation, & Confidentiality Disputes Employment Contracts & Severance Agreements Handbooks, Policies / Procedures, & Workplace Training
  • Insurance
    Insurance Premises Liability Property Damage Defense Directors & Officers Defense
  • Products Liability
    Products Liability Pharmaceutical & Medical Devices Food & Beverage Litigation Consumer Goods & Services

The contract is the transactional language of a business deal.  Sometimes, there is a miscommunication in that language, while at other times, there is a misrepresentation.  And very often, the contracts and the language they use are not simple or straightforward, leading to multiple potential interpretations.  KVL routinely litigates disputes over what was intended by the parties to the deal, what was represented by one party to the other, and what the parties should have done to perform their respective obligations, no matter how complex.

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