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Complex Civil Litigation

b2d3ecb9831077adda40d7d4a58f7626_f131Hirst Applegate attorneys are amongst the most experienced and well-equipped in the state and region in handling complex civil litigation. We represent or have represented manufacturers, biomedical companies, hospitals, financial services companies, insurance and reinsurance companies, corporate officers and directors, and large state and national corporations in courts throughout the state and region, and have vast experience in multi-party and multi-forum litigation. These cases often involve large numbers of witnesses and evidentiary documents, as well as the potential for complex jurisdictional issues. Hirst Applegate attorneys also have experience in the growing and ever-changing world of intellectual property. In addition to litigating complex civil cases, Hirst Applegate attorneys appreciate and understand the need to accelerate or terminate potentially protracted cases. As a result, Hirst Applegate attorneys also have extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution mechanisms for complex civil cases.

Robert Jarosh named by Best Lawyers in America©2017

Robert Jarosh was recently named by Best Lawyers in America©2017 as a Tier 1 attorney in the practice areas of Commercial Litigation, Litigation – Labor and Employment, and Product Liability Litigation (Defendants).   In the legal world, this is quite the distinction...

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Hirst Applegate Wins Summary Judgment

Attorney Rob Jarosh recently received summary judgment on behalf of the operator of a mineral plant and its parent companies in a wrongful death case brought by the widow of an employee who died due to mesothelioma, allegedly from exposure to asbestos-related products...

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Jarosh and Woznick summary judgement in RICO case affirmed.

Rob Jarosh and Lindsay Woznick recently had summary judgment in a federal RICO and civil conspiracy case affirmed by the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. Jarosh and Woznick originally received summary judgment in the case, where they represented a...

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