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Litigation & Dispute Resolution

In an era of globalization, where major legal disputes often cross national borders, we offer access to more than 450 litigators worldwide.


Finalist: Litigation Department of the Year 2017

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Mayer Brown’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice has the intellectual depth, creativity and geographic scope to successfully resolve virtually any type of legal dispute in the Americas, Europe and Asia. As one of the largest law practices in the world, our services cover a variety of litigation disciplines, and our litigators have been repeatedly recognized as leaders in their fields by publications such as the National Law Journal, Chambers USA, Legal Times and Legal 500.

United States
Our litigation practice has lawyers in each of our US offices. We represent clients in a wide array of service areas, including antitrust, appellate, securities enforcement securities litigation and white collar defense and compliance. In addition, many of our trial lawyers teach trial advocacy classes at major law schools and in continuing education programs.

We have over 100 litigators spread across our offices in London, Brussels, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, and Paris. In addition, our litigation practice is complemented by a network of well-established contacts located throughout Europe who assist on regional matters. Our lawyers handle all aspects of a given litigation across a wide range of industry sectors, from pre-litigation advisory work to cases before the highest courts in jurisdictions across Europe.

Mayer Brown has one of the largest litigation practices in Asia. Decades of experience in the region have resulted in a proven record of performance, providing advice in some of Asia’s most challenging jurisdictions. In addition to general business litigation services, we also cover such areas as arbitration, employment, products liability, securities litigation and white collar and civil fraud.

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