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New York City Litigation Attorneys

Few people relish being party to a legal conflict. Yet such conflicts are unavoidable when you need to protect your rights, ensure that another person or entity meets their contractual obligations, recover damages, or safeguard against actions initiated by someone else. The civil litigation practice at Holm & O’Hara LLP vigorously represents our business, individual, and estate clients in a wide range of legal actions, whether they are the plaintiffs or the respondents. We work efficiently to secure the best, most timely, and cost effective outcome possible. Our attorneys have admissions in New York/New Jersey/Connecticut tri-state area, as well as corresponding federal courts, and we also practice before specialty employment regulatory bodies and various alternative dispute resolution venues.

We Provide

  • Breach of contract claims
  • Commercial, shareholder and real estate disputes
  • Contested estates
  • Contested estate accountings
  • Collection matters
  • Breach of fiduciary duty claims
  • ERISA claims
  • Alternative dispute resolutions:
  • American Arbitration Association (“AAA”)
  • National Mediation Board (“NMB”)
  • National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”)
  • New York State Public Employee Relations Board (“PERB”) proceedings

Our Clients

  • Business entities
  • Individuals
  • Unions
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We vigorously represent our business, individual, and estate clients in a wide range of legal actions, whether they are the plaintiffs or the respondents

The attorneys in our labor practice collaborate closely with our union clients, their business managers and members in a broad spectrum of areas

Holm & O’Hara LLP’s Trusts & Estates practice is dedicated to crafting effective estate plans that honor your wishes and safeguard your assets

Holm & O’Hara LLP’s attorneys have decades of experience representing purchasers, sellers, and borrowers in commercial and residential real estate matters