Mr. Schmidt concentrates his practice in the areas of business disputes, commercial litigation, employee disloyalty, federal practice, business torts, elder fraud, technology litigation, computer forensics, ... more
Mr. Bloomberg focuses in the area of business litigation, including securities matters, contracts (including for the sale of goods), shareholder disputes, insurance coverage, intellectual property ... more
Attorneys and lawyers who specialize in small claims work with their clients to handle matters that are before a small claims court, or arbitration panel or tribunal where the amounts at issue do not justify a lawyers full professional services. Very often, by paying only several hundred dollars in fees to the small claims lawyer for a consultation, the lawyer can coach and serve as a resource to help the client settle, win, or avoid losing a case worth many thousands of dollars without ever appearing in court for the client. For a business, State laws, however, may require that a lawyer represent it in a court proceeding, even in small claims matters.