As a Business Litigation Attorney Firm, the Cochell Law Firm brings solutions to complex problems, at a fraction of the price. Regardless of size, virtually all companies are confronted with conflict, disputes or must retain counsel to defend against, or file lawsuits to protect their business.

Cochell Law Firm provides strategic advice and counseling to clients to prevent or resolve disputes while simultaneously anticipating the need for prosecuting or defending the client in potential litigation.

Business Litigation - Cochell Law Firm
Business Litigation Attorney | Cochell Law Firm

Because of his unique background as a federal prosecutor, in-house counsel and private practitioner, Steve Cochell has the ability and passion for solving business problems regardless of the size of your business or the magnitude of your problem.  An experienced business litigation attorney, he can weight the risks and the costs associated with litigation.

If a problem cannot be resolved short of litigation, Steve’s past representations as a business litigation attorney include:

    • Defense of apartment complex owners on alleged breach of contract (failure to pay mortgage) and foreclosure. Successful defense based on fraud by Finance Company resulting in settlement and complete elimination of interest, fees and penalties allowing owners to refinance apartment complex.
    • Representation of owner of large portfolio of domain names with a value of $150 million in dispute with creditors placed in receivership, which was dismissed and later placed in involuntary bankruptcy, which was dismissed.
    • Representation of owner of multiple companies worth $6 billion placed in receivership by the Securities & Exchange Commission.
    • Serving as lead trial counsel for a financial services client in a multi-party ERISA action alleging fraud under § 419 of the Tax Code.
    • Appeal of an arbitration award for a law firm resulting in a federal district judge vacating an arbitration award, which ended a hotly contested commercial case involving claims exceeding $8 million.
    • Dismissal of an ERISA Plan on allegations of civil racketeering under the Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations (“RICO”) statute.