Bickel & Brewer is one of the most creative and successful litigation firms in the United States. The firm's concentration in complex litigation and dispute resolution is not confined to particular substantive areas of the law, but to the litigation practice itself. As such, many of the firm's attorneys have gained national recognition by handling cutting-edge cases in a wide variety of substantive legal fields. Bickel & Brewer has proven time and again that the well-honed skills of its litigators may be universally applied to forge profitable resolutions of disputes in any area of law or any area of commercial enterprise.
Although the trial and forensic abilities of Bickel & Brewer litigators are well-recognized, these tools are often used as strategic deterrents rather than as implements of first resort. Thus, a substantial portion of the firm's practice is preventative counseling and problem solving. The firm recognizes that in many instances its clients' objectives are best served by successfully avoiding litigation and that success is measured by the advice and counsel we provide to achieve this end. However, if full-scale litigation is in the client's best interest, Bickel & Brewer understands and successfully galvanizes the process.
More than forty full-time attorneys currently practice at Bickel & Brewer, including nine partners, three senior associates, and three counselors. In addition, the firm employs more than twelve litigation consultants. The partners, consultants, and associates have been trained at the finest law and business schools in the country and come from over 20 states and several foreign countries. Additional volume is managed through the use of contract attorneys, who cost effectively enable the firm to efficiently accordion up and down to meet the specific needs of its clients' matters. Legal matters assigned to Bickel & Brewer are handled and directed by its partners.
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