Commercial Litigation

Our litigators provide services to businesses both large and small throughout Wisconsin and beyond. We have a depth of experience few firms can match. That experience extends to arbitrations, state court proceedings, and federal court litigation. Our familiarity with the procedures and requirements of the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin makes us particularly valuable as primary or local counsel for matters venued there. We work hard with our business clients to achieve their goals by litigating cases quickly and economically. In fact, we invite businesses to compare the costs of our services and the depth of our experience with what is available elsewhere. We are confident business owners will be impressed with what Boardman Clark has to offer.

  • Contract Disputes

    Including disputes related to employment contracts, license agreements, and service contracts

  • Dealership and Franchise Litigation

    Representing dealerships, franchisors, and franchisees

  • Antitrust and Sales Contract Lawsuits

    Including price fixing, market allocation, sales contracts, and price discrimination lawsuits

  • Employment-Related Claims

    Including discrimination and harassment, wage and hour, Workers’ Compensation, and noncompete litigation

  • Labor-Related Claims

    Including litigation of labor arbitrations and unfair practice charges

  • Zoning and Land Use Litigation

    Including condemnation and representation of developers and other businesses at administrative and judicial levels

  • Defense of Class Action Lawsuits

    Including wage and hour, insurance, and bad faith actions

  • Real Estate Disputes

    Including title claims, landlord/tenant disputes, adverse possession, and quiet title actions

  • Tax Litigation and Securities Claims

    Including representation before the IRS and SEC and tax and securities litigation in state and federal courts

  • Litigation for Banks

    Including lender liability, letters of credit, foreclosure, and fraudulent conveyance litigation

  • Appellate Litigation

    Including briefing and oral arguments in high-stakes appeals in state and federal appellate courts

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

    Including mediation and arbitration to resolve business disputes without trial