WHAT WE DO

WHAT WE DO

We represent plaintiffs and defendants in high stakes litigation where your choice of counsel is the difference between winning and losing.

From representing individuals who were hurt or killed by defective products or careless conduct to defending companies in pivotal cases involving catastrophic injuries or death, our lawyers have over 60 years of experience as go-to trial lawyers for a wide range of top-tier clients. We are one of the few firms who have won on both sides of the aisle. Our results range from securing over $3,000,000 for a widow whose husband was killed by the careless conduct of a local government to securing defense wins at every stage of catastrophic cases where our corporate client’s conduct met the standard of care.  Leveraging our unique background on all sides of injury cases, we approach each client’s case with a singular focus on what matters at trial, an ability to build cases the convince juries, and a dedication to developing the skills necessary to prepare and present winning cases.

Allen Chesson represents individuals and companies, both big and small, as plaintiffs and defendants in business disputes ranging from simple breach of contract cases to complex partnership disputes across a range of industries. Whether your best salesperson left to go to your biggest competitor or your partners squeezed you out of the company you helped build, we have represented people in your exact situation.

Our lawyers have successfully litigated all kinds of business disputes, including breach of contract, tortious interference with contract, breach of fiduciary duty, defamation/libel, acquisition-related issues, unfair trade practices, environmental issues, insurance coverage, environmental liability, consumer litigation, and class actions. We win these cases more than most because we focus on and prepare for trial in commercial cases when most of our opponents are simply going through the motions of litigation.

We have mastered translating complex technical subject matters involved in IP cases into effective presentations to jurors with no technical background. We have prosecuted and defended clients in cases involving patent infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, copyright and trademark infringement, and unfair competition claims in a range of jurisdictions.

Our legal system allows individuals to right certain wrongs done to many. One way is class action suits. Another way is whistleblowers who want to stop corporate misconduct. For class action suits, Allen Chesson brings suits on behalf of individuals and small businesses who represent a similarly situated group that has been taken advantage of by large corporations. From insurance companies wronging healthcare providers to private utilities overcharging individual consumers, we leverage our expertise in presenting individual cases to help obtain justice for entire groups.

We also represent individuals who identify corporate misconduct through whistleblower claims. These come from clients who include doctors trying to stop improper billing and employees trying to stop environmental contamination. We have the experience to help individuals navigate the complex rules and requirements to successfully prosecute whistleblower claims to make large corporations pay for improper conduct.

Allen Chesson’s limited case count means we have very few actual or business conflicts. We can, therefore, take on cases that many large law firms cannot. We stand ready to help other lawyers’ clients navigate specific cases where the lawyer’s firm may have a conflict without interfering with any long-term relationships between the lawyer and the client. Put simply, we want individual cases. We don’t want to steal clients.

On the personal injury side, Allen Chesson strives to work with other lawyers in cases where we represent individual plaintiffs in injury and death cases. We want to work with other attorneys at whatever level they prefer. Some lawyers want to be involved from start to finish. Others want to be involved at the start and then contacted when we finish. We are happy either way. And we include co-counsel fees where the law allows it.

From representing individuals who were hurt or killed by defective products or careless conduct to defending companies in pivotal cases involving catastrophic injuries or death, our lawyers have over 60 years of experience as go-to trial lawyers for a wide range of top-tier clients. We are one of the few firms who have won on both sides of the aisle. Our results range from securing over $3,000,000 for a widow whose husband was killed by the careless conduct of a local government to securing defense wins at every stage of catastrophic cases where our corporate client’s conduct met the standard of care.  Leveraging our unique background on all sides of injury cases, we approach each client’s case with a singular focus on what matters at trial, an ability to build cases the convince juries, and a dedication to developing the skills necessary to prepare and present winning cases.

Allen Chesson represents individuals and companies, both big and small, as plaintiffs and defendants in business disputes ranging from simple breach of contract cases to complex partnership disputes across a range of industries. Whether your best salesperson left to go to your biggest competitor or your partners squeezed you out of the company you helped build, we have represented people in your exact situation.

Our lawyers have successfully litigated all kinds of business disputes, including breach of contract, tortious interference with contract, breach of fiduciary duty, defamation/libel, acquisition-related issues, unfair trade practices, environmental issues, insurance coverage, environmental liability, consumer litigation, and class actions. We win these cases more than most because we focus on and prepare for trial in commercial cases when most of our opponents are simply going through the motions of litigation.

We have mastered translating complex technical subject matters involved in IP cases into effective presentations to jurors with no technical background. We have prosecuted and defended clients in cases involving patent infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, copyright and trademark infringement, and unfair competition claims in a range of jurisdictions.

Our legal system allows individuals to right certain wrongs done to many. One way is class action suits. Another way is whistleblowers who want to stop corporate misconduct. For class action suits, Allen Chesson brings suits on behalf of individuals and small businesses who represent a similarly situated group that has been taken advantage of by large corporations. From insurance companies wronging healthcare providers to private utilities overcharging individual consumers, we leverage our expertise in presenting individual cases to help obtain justice for entire groups.

We also represent individuals who identify corporate misconduct through whistleblower claims. These come from clients who include doctors trying to stop improper billing and employees trying to stop environmental contamination. We have the experience to help individuals navigate the complex rules and requirements to successfully prosecute whistleblower claims to make large corporations pay for improper conduct.

Allen Chesson’s limited case count means we have very few actual or business conflicts. We can, therefore, take on cases that many large law firms cannot. We stand ready to help other lawyers’ clients navigate specific cases where the lawyer’s firm may have a conflict without interfering with any long-term relationships between the lawyer and the client. Put simply, we want individual cases. We don’t want to steal clients.

On the personal injury side, Allen Chesson strives to work with other lawyers in cases where we represent individual plaintiffs in injury and death cases. We want to work with other attorneys at whatever level they prefer. Some lawyers want to be involved from start to finish. Others want to be involved at the start and then contacted when we finish. We are happy either way. And we include co-counsel fees where the law allows it.