Kastorf Law represents individuals and organizations in commercial and business litigation.
Why should you hire Kastorf Law?
Let’s cut to the chase. Are you in the right place? There are a variety of reasons Kastorf Law might be the right fit for your organization’s litigation needs. If your company is in one of the following situations, let’s talk about how Kastorf Law can help:
- You or your company has a dispute with another organization. You need the skill of a big law attorney but don’t want to pay for services you don’t need, and for a large firm’s overhead.
- You need to sue another company. You realize that most large firms know only how to represent defendants (and always settle before trial). You want a firm that has experience representing plaintiffs, and that the other side will know has the skill and determination to take a case to trial and win.
- You have outside counsel that you like, but litigation seems inevitable and your lawyers are not trial attorneys. You want to bring in another firm, either to replace or serve as co-counsel with your usual counsel.
- Your case involves Federal or state regulations, and you need an experienced regulatory attorney. Please see more about Kastorf Law’s regulatory practice.
- You are litigating against a prominent corporation that large firms are unwilling or unable to cross.
- You would like to hire a firm on a contingency bases or other alternative fee arrangement.
- Your case raises novel or other difficult legal issues, such as justiciability or Federal preemption.
- Your case is on appeal.
- Your matter is on appeal.
What does Kastorf Law know about commercial litigation?
Kurt Kastorf has worked in the litigation practices of some of the top law firms in Atlanta, GA and Washington, DC, and for the United States Department of Justice. He has handled a wide variety of business disputes, from those involving two mid-sized businesses and several million dollars, to massive MDLs involving billions of dollars in dispute. Kastorf Law has particular knowledge dealing with litigation with a regulatory component, and developing novel claims on behalf of business plaintiffs.