Dayton Complex Litigation & Business Disputes Attorneys
Serving Greene County & Beyond
McNamee & McNamee, PLL is licensed in all courts that have jurisdiction in Ohio. We also have attorneys who are licensed to practice law in Kentucky. Our firm’s experience includes complex, multi-party litigation assistance for individuals, corporations, insurance companies, and public sector clients in trials, appeals, arbitration, mediation, and administrative hearings.
McNamee & McNamee, PLL has a reputation for taking a proactive approach to every case we handle. Our award-winning legal team strives to provide practical solutions through customized legal strategies that are tailored to our clients’ unique situations.
Our legal team at McNamee & McNamee, PLL also litigates cases involving insurance disputes. Insurance policies for workers’ compensation, automobiles, homes, and healthcare can all lead to litigation over the veracity of claims and the fulfillment of various policies.
We know that the regulations for insurance companies are strict, which is why you need skilled legal advocates who are up to date with the changes that affect how insurance policies should be handled.
McNamee & McNamee, PLL is committed to ensuring policyholders are protected if they face a lawsuit. We help clients determine when insurance companies must pay a claim and put pressure on them to comply with applicable regulations. We also work with insurance companies that need guidance for creating or modifying policies that align with local, state, and federal regulations.
Our attorneys can assist with any of the following:
- Bad faith claims
- Legal malpractice
- Medical malpractice
- Municipal law
- Construction claims
- Workers’ compensation claims
- Professional liability
- Premises liability
- Product liability
- Property and homeowners claims
- First-party wage and medical coverage
- Uninsured and underinsured motorist claims
- Automobile, motorcycle, and boat accidents with third-party liability
For a consultation with one of our attorneys, please give us a call at (937) 468-3130 or contact us online.
Benjamin Donahue, et al. v. Winifred LaBomme, et al., Tuscarawas Common Pleas, No. 2020 CV 07 0385
Prevailed on motion to dismiss while defending clients/sellers against claims that they had fraudulently concealed defects in property from buyers.Read More
Powell v. Board of County Commissioners of Warren County, et al. (12th Dist.), 2020-Ohio-5570.
County resolution approving a 62-lot housing development was reversed and nullified because it violated the county zoning resolution. Appellate court ...Read More
Kunk v. Westward Success, et al., Montgomery Common Pleas, No. 2020 CV 04019
Negotiated settlement between corporation and its members in order to facilitate corporate breakup and legal dispute.Read More
Yankee Trace Homeowners’ Association v. Baranowski, et al., Montgomery Common Pleas, No. 2020 CV 00290
Prevailed on motion to enforce proposed settlement agreement in lawsuit regarding short term rentals, leading to settlement and dismissal of lawsuit.Read More
Jerry Farmer v. Danny Roush, Jr., et al., Montgomery Common Pleas No. 2020 CV 02682
Awarded summary judgment for landlord named as a party in dog-bite case.Read More
Complex litigation is a specific type of a large civil case that businesses and corporations can face. Complex litigation covers any court battle involving multiple parties in multiple jurisdictions, large amounts of money at stake, lengthy trials, and/or complicated legal issues.
Class action lawsuits, contract disputes, international arbitration, and sale of goods agreements across state lines involve unique legal issues that require extensive litigation experience to successfully resolve. Lawsuits that require complex litigation generally draw major scrutiny from media and news outlets, which is why you should consult with us today if you do not want your brand image to be tarnished beyond repair.
Our areas of practice include contracts, injunctions, easements, eminent domain, torts, specific performance or enforcement, nuisance, water rights, labor and employment real estate title, and zoning.