“We are very grateful to this firm.” - Bob Hall, GenCorp


A Litigation Practice Focused on Business Law

The attorneys at Press, Dozier & Hamelburg represent plaintiffs and defendants in all aspects of business and commercial litigation involving business and contract disputes, business debt collection and creditors’-side bankruptcy work, membership, partnership, and shareholder disputes, business “divorces,” non-compete agreements/restrictive covenants, construction defects and other real estate disputes, fraud, trade secrets, and claims of tortious interference to business operations and contracts. Our lawyers represent companies of all sizes in commercial litigation at the state and federal levels in Maryland, Washington, DC, and Virginia. 

Each business has its own unique interests and priorities and requires tailored legal representation to best represent and manage those interests. Our attorneys investigate each case fully to help our clients make an informed determination as to the viability of claims and defenses and the likelihood of success.  When it is determined that a trial is not in the best interests of a business, we also use our experience in alternative dispute resolution to work toward a pre-trial resolution that best serves the business interests at risk. When litigation becomes inevitable, Press, Dozier & Hamelburg’s lawyers serve as zealous advocates and fight tirelessly for our clients’ rights.

Additionally, our experienced litigation attorneys work with individuals often when they are the most vulnerable and need an advocate to champion their rights. In the state and federal courts of Maryland, Washington, DC, and Virginia, our litigation attorneys handle matters including personal injury, real estate and construction litigation, probate litigation, and will contests. We provide a thorough cost-benefit analysis before commencing any lawsuit, thoroughly explaining the options so that clients can make informed and confident decisions — including whether to seek resolution through negotiation, mediation, or pursuing litigation with the goal of settlement or prevailing at trial. 

"We always get very wise counsel and thoughtful advice. We are very grateful to this firm."

 -  Bob Hall, GenCorp