Disagreements are inevitable.  If a disagreement ripens into a full-fledged dispute, the lawyers of the Adler Law Group are experienced and capable of assisting clients in a large variety of contexts involving litigation and dispute resolution.  These range from jury and bench trials to arbitrations and mediations.  We represent clients throughout the state of California as well as in other states where our attorneys may appear pro hac vice.

Litigation, by its nature, involves a conflict.  While some lawsuits simply present a straight-forward confrontation - like the battle depicted between St. George and the dragon on this antique clock - other suits may be very complex.  The lawyers of the Adler Law Group have the expertise to deal with a wide range of civil litigation, from the simple to the complex, including:

  • Coverage and bad faith litigation
  • Intellectual property cases, including unfair competition
  • Construction defect litigation
  • Auto accident and defective products

In short, we handle disputes ranging from the esoteric, such as disputes over the ownership of domain names (and potential trademark infringement), to more common disputes between insurance carriers about which carrier's policy covers a particular claim of defective construction.


Besides being active litigators, the lawyers of the Adler Law Group are experienced at keeping their clients out of litigation by negotiating a viable solution for the parties before litigation or resolving cases after they have begun.  They are aware that St. George's approach - who focused only on slaying the dragon - has inherent limitations in modern litigation.  Thus, after litigation has begun, they are experienced in negotiating a viable solution, directly or through a mediator.  In short, the lawyers are sufficiently accomplished in litigating matters - with the credibility such experience brings - to be able to cause a resolution of the dispute through mediation.  In addition, they are sufficiently desirous of a workable resolution to avoid an unnecessary trial.

Monitoring Counsel

Based upon their litigation experience, the Adler Law Group represents clients in a monitoring capacity.  For example, if an insurance carrier cannot control the defense because it has reserved its rights, or where an excess carrier is not entitled to direct the defense, the Adler Law Group may become involved in helping to direct the litigation and, ultimately, participate in the settlement process.  If the belligerence of trial counsel, because they have become too personally embroiled in the litigation, prevents them from settling a case, the Adler Law Group may nonetheless be able to negotiate a resolution.

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