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Litigation & Trials

Litigation is a way for people and corporate entities to resolve disputes, by bringing a lawsuit against another party or individual. A lawsuit is a case or controversy authorized by law, to be decided in a court of justice.

Litigation involves many complex legal issues which require expertise and knowledge of the law that governs the particular dispute, as well as expertise and knowledge of the law that governs the litigation procedure.

The One Law Group, S.C. litigation team will help you determine if you have a case, the best approach for your case, and advise you on the steps to take. Our litigation team will help you get the settlement you deserve and assure that your legal rights are being protected.

Our litigation team provides services for all areas of litigation, including but not limited to the following:

  • Business Litigation
  • Construction Litigation
  • Contract Disputes and Lawsuits
  • Eminent Domain Proceedings
  • General Civil, Commercial and Complex Litigation
  • Land Use & Zoning Litigation
  • Personal Injury
  • Shareholders' Disputes and Lawsuits
  • Worker’s Compensation
We have the litigation attorney that is best for you and your legal situation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a deposition?
A deposition is one method attorneys use to find out information to help prepare a case for trial. Normally, a deposition can be taken of anyone who may have relevant information about the facts of the case.

The person who is deposed is called the deponent. At your deposition, you are able to have your attorney present. Normally, the other attorney is also present as is the opposing party. A court reporter will take notes and make sure that the deposition is properly recorded. The deposition can be recorded by tape, typed up with a special transcriber machine, and/or placed on videotape. You will be placed under oath and the attorney for the other side can ask you questions about your case. Your attorney will be able to object to the questions asked, if appropriate. After the deposition is completed, either side can ask that it be typed up (transcribed.) Attorneys can use the transcript from the deposition at trial or in support of motions filed in your case.

What is product liability?
Product liability is a legal term that holds the seller of a defective product responsible for any injury that results to a buyer, user, or in some cases, an innocent bystander. Defendants in product liability cases may include manufacturers, distributors, and retailers.

Who can get involved in litigation?
Anybody can get involved in litigation. Disagreements and disputes occur on a daily basis. You might disagree with a fee you have been charged for a car repair, while the mechanic is convinced that the price is perfectly fair. You might have a dispute with your ex-spouse about the furniture that you bought together, etc.

Litigation cases can involve disputes between individuals, individuals and businesses, or individuals and government agencies.

What is a class action lawsuit?
A class action lawsuit is when different persons combine their lawsuits because the facts and the defendant are so similar. This is designed to save court time and to allow one judge to hear all the cases at the same time and to make one decision binding on all parties. Class action lawsuits would typically occur after a plane or train accident where all the victims would sue the transport company together in a class action suit.

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