When you decide to litigate to protect your interests, easier options have not worked out.  Litigation may be a last resort, but our experience will make it as efficient and painless in time, cost and achieving your objectives as possible.

Craig Albert has handled both high-stakes, complex cases and simple business and personal disputes in both courts and in arbitration settings.  Samples include:

  • He defended a securities underwriter against a demand for payment in gold on 60-year-old Weimar Republic bonds that had been looted from a Berlin vault at the close of World War II
  • He prosecuted one of the first mass copyright infringement cases involving viral online distribution of music
  • He defended a foreign television network against a claim of trademark infringement brought by a world-famous awards ceremony
  • He restored financial benefits for a mentally-disabled patient after a U.S. government purge of disability income rolls
  • He prosecuted a claim for damage caused to a building that sank into an ancient marsh after adjoining building was demolished
  • He created and carried out a strategy to conclude a matrimonial case and attendant business dispute that had spilled into 10 different state and federal courts in two states
  • He obtained injunctions prohibiting employees from misusing the trade secrets of their former employers