Litigation

Jayaram Law is comprised of experienced and effective litigators focused on pursuing and defending actions on behalf of innovative businesses and individuals working in a wide array of industries. The firm has litigated a range of complex matters, from trademark and trade secret litigation to real estate and employment cases. During the course of these representations, we have prevailed over some of the world’s largest law firms and have achieved favorable results for its clients in jurisdictions in Illinois, New York, California, Ohio, Florida, and elsewhere throughout the United States. The firm has a rich understanding of the state and federal civil procedure, and has litigated cases for a diverse client base that include software and engineering firms, real estate developers, hospitals, executive search firms, manufacturing companies, arts organizations, entertainers, filmmakers, investors, private equity firms, and executive level employees of large corporations, among others.

We routinely remind our clients that civil litigation ultimately boils down to economics, not justice. Accordingly, our focus is often on achieving an economically sound result for each client. We often work to protect our clients’ technologies, principals, or non-economic legislative interests. In those circumstances, we develop an workable strategy that is narrowly aimed at the objective of each case. Whether experience as a law clerk to a Federal Judge or outside counsel for some of the world’s largest corporations, the firm brings superior legal experience to the courtroom for its clients. When you hire us, you are hiring the attorneys who are working on your case, not backroom law school graduates who have never seen a courtroom. You are hiring litigators with unparalleled ethics, no disciplinary record, and an ability to take a case from pre-litigation investigations through injunction hearings, discovery, and trial, to and through the appellate process.

Nobody wins in a drawn out litigation, and we not only understand that, but practice litigation in a manner that avoids that too often result.