Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP

Litigation Department

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Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie's commercial litigators mean business. We understand the way businesses work and the issues at stake when problems arise. We work with our clients to determine, as quickly as possible, whether settlement or trial is the best way to resolve their disputes. Our clients are companies of any size – from the Fortune 50 to small businesses – that face commercial disputes in the West and across the country. When you turn to Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie for help, we put you at the center of our strategy. Every action we recommend is done with your business objectives in mind. We don’t over- or under-litigate, and we’re not afraid to take an aggressive approach to a dispute on your behalf when it’s warranted. You get the benefit of skilled trial lawyers who will pull together all the resources from throughout our firm to handle your case effectively.

Our group works seamlessly to handle the full range of commercial disputes before state and federal trial and appellate courts and administrative tribunals. For over half a century we have successfully handled complex matters involving multiple parties, multiple jurisdictions, substantial economic claims and the most challenging legal issues.


Fuller, Jessica (Head of Department)

Bartel, Trevor

Baumann, Frederick J

Browning, Scott

Caby, Chad

Cohen, Brent

Cumming, Justin

Dougherty, Thomas

Gleason, Ed

Goldberg, Charles

Goodlette, Tamara

Gorham, Nicole

Hall, Eric

Hazel, Diane

Johnson, Stephen

Kniffin, Eric

Kostolansky, Kris

Lemieux, Darren

Lyons, James M

Massaro, Adam

Myers, Alex

Nelson, William

Ochoa, Ben

Oliver, Cindy

O'Loughlin, Franklin

Plachy, Michael

Rossman, Kenneth

Spano, Brian

Sperber, Susan

Tumminello, Doug

Wells, Hilary



Class Actions

Contracts and the UCC

Fraud, Racketeering, and other Criminal Matters

Intellectual Property Litigation

Partnership Disputes

Professional Liability

Securities Litigation