Business Litigation

Gardiner Koch Weisberg & Wrona has built an impressive reputation for expertise, experience and achievement on behalf of its clients in litigation matters. We are proud to serve the litigation needs of our diverse client base, which includes municipalities, corporations and business entities of all sizes, institutions, partnerships, individuals, non-profit organizations, investment companies, including shareholders and members, and many others. Over the years, attorneys at our firm have had the pleasure of representing small and mid-sized family-owned businesses, Fortune 500 companies, and multi-million dollar construction and manufacturing companies. We maintain longstanding relationships with our clients. We are dedicated to client service and strive to keep pace with clients’ ever-changing needs. GKWW practices in state and federal courts at the trial and appellate level. We have argued before the United States Supreme Court. We regularly litigate in both state and federal courts of the Chicago metropolitan area, surrounding suburban and exurban communities. We have also handled matters in northwest Indiana and southern Wisconsin, as well as federal courts throughout the country. We represent individuals and companies in negotiations involving the Internal Revenue Service and before administrative law judges. Our diverse team of attorneys is well-equipped to handle the litigation needs of our clients. GKWW attorneys have litigated, negotiated and settled matters involving hundreds of millions of dollars. Our firm strives to take advantage of mediation and arbitration whenever possible to resolve litigation disputes. We are dedicated to achieving great results and to providing efficient service at below market cost.

GKWW’s attorneys not only provide solid advice, but possess the knowledge and experience to conduct all transactions necessary to ensure the success of our clients’ businesses. We often serve as a “sounding board” to company executives for business decisions, as well as legal matters.