Complex Civil Litigation
We operate a national litigation practice, representing companies, owners, and individuals in federal and state courts in New York, Delaware, Connecticut and beyond. For parties to a broad range of commercial disputes, Finn Dixon & Herling combines a level of talent and experience common to much larger litigation practices with highly efficient and personal service.
Our litigation work often involves the combination and breakup of private businesses. After mergers and acquisitions between private companies, we represent both buyers and sellers in connection with alleged breaches of representations and warranties, fraud claims, earn-out disputes, and disputes over escrows and indemnification obligations. We also represent the portfolio companies of our private equity clients and individual executives of those firms.
We also represent clients in disputes stemming from the dissolution of business relationships, or “business divorces.” Such matters often involve claims of breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, or fraud by minority shareholders and other parties. Likewise, we are experienced in navigating disputes arising from terminated employment relationships. Our attorneys regularly litigate non-competition and non-solicitation agreements and employment-related contract claims.
The wider scope of matters that we litigate regularly includes:
- Contract disputes
- Fraud, business tort, and unfair competition claims
- Employment litigation
- Creditor’s rights issues
- Consumer finance disputes
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Partners Deirdre Daly and David Allen will represent eight Ivy League universities and the Ivy League Council of Presidents in a federal class action in the District of Connecticut brought on behalf of a proposed class of student athletes. The plaintiffs allege that the Ivy... Read more
Finn Dixon & Herling secured the dismissal of breach of contract claims levied against an advertising agency in connection with a $700 million rebranding effort at Rite Aid. Read more
On June 8, 2022, Finn Dixon & Herling partners Andrew Calamari and Daniel Noble moderated a panel hosted by the Westchester and Southern Connecticut chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel. Read more