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Commercial Litigation

High stakes commercial litigation. It’s one of our areas of expertise. Scroll down to learn about some of the specific areas of our practice.


Antitrust laws were enacted to ensure that businesses play by the rules. Paul LLP makes sure that companies who engage in unfair business practices are kept in check, allowing other businesses the opportunity to compete in a fair marketplace. Some of these unlawful practices include: monopolization, price-fixing and bid-rigging, among others.

Business Disputes

Partnerships within or between businesses often lead to disputes. When partnerships are exploited or contracts not followed through on, we help pick up the pieces.

Product Liability

We have a breadth of experience in ensuring manufacturers take responsibility for products that cause harm or injury to consumers. Injury can result from products with faulty design or improper manufacturing, as well as a company’s failure to warn consumers of possible injury or unwanted side effects from use of that product. Consumer protection is important to us, and we’ve taken on large corporations to ensure consumer safety.

Energy and Environment

As climate change affects everyone, we find it important to hold responsible those who are committing the biggest environmental offenses. Be it hazardous emissions or oil spills, Paul LLP helps ensure businesses are held responsible for causing harm to the environment.

Intellectual Property

Great ideas deserve protection. That’s why laws exist to guard intellectual property, including copyright, trademarks, patents and more. When works and ideas created by an individual or company are exploited by others, we help ensure that credit is duly awarded. Our contingency fee structuring allows individuals to bring cases they otherwise may not be able to afford. Simply put, we do not get paid unless you do. Let us help you get what you deserve.


In recent years, trillions of dollars in financial losses have been attributed to unlawful investment practices. We help protect both individual and institutional investors whose financial losses resulted from fraud, breaches in fiduciary duty and other violations of securities laws. This includes misinforming shareholders, failing to disclose information to shareholders, misrepresentation and more. We recognize how difficult it may be for individuals to recover losses from large corporations, which is why we can help bring a class of plaintiffs together to pursue reimbursement and help ensure that unlawful practices are brought to light.

Featured Investigations

  • Perisept or OxyCide Exposure Causes Dangerous Side Effects

    Perisept is a sporicidal disinfectant cleaning chemical designed for daily use in hospitals. It is specifically designed to kill clostridium difficile (“C. diff”) and claims a faster kill time and effectiveness rating compared to many of its competitor products. Perisept has a similar chemical makeup as a competing disinfectant cleaner called OxyCide. Both are primarily…

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  • Jury Awards Farmer Injured by Off-Target Dicamba $265 Million

    A federal jury recently returned the first verdict in cases alleging that Monsanto and BASF irresponsibly commercialized dicamba-tolerant seeds and dicamba chemistry. The jury awarded the Plaintiff Bader Farms, a farmer who suffered dicamba crop damage, $265 million in damages. The jury awarded $15 million in compensatory damages and $250 million in punitive damages. There…

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  • U.S. Military Hearing Loss Claims

    We are filing claims on behalf of United States servicemen and women who have experienced hearing loss and tinnitus. In July 2018, the United States Justice Department announced it reached an agreement in which a government contractor would pay $9.1 million to resolve claims that it knowingly sold defective earplugs to the United States government…

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  • Monsanto’s Roundup and Cancer

    Monsanto’s Roundup is the most popular herbicide in the world. In 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (“IARC”) found that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, was a probable carcinogen. This led IARC to classify glyphosate as a level 2A cancer-causing substance. Roundup is an important product in the lives of many farmers…

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