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At Horack Talley, we know that all litigation comes with inherent risk. When possible, we counsel our clients on ways to avoid litigation. When litigation is unavoidable, however, you can depend upon Horack Talley's team of litigators, paralegals and support staff to aggressively protect your interests while minimizing disruption to your operations and bottom line.

We begin by discussing your goals, and work together to develop a road map to accomplish them. We cover the risks, benefits and costs associated with our proposed course of action.

We are client-centered, results-oriented litigators who don't shy away from challenging cases, whether they involve a conflict between you and your competitor, a customer, a former employee or even your own business partner. We are well-versed in handling high-stakes litigation, and our clients range from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.

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