Litigation and Arbitration

Litigation and Arbitration

TLRT International Law Firm is an Italian-American Law Firm with offices and lawyers in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento, San Diego, Tampa, and Rome. TLRT is specialized, among other legal matters, in Litigation and Arbitration.

Thanks to the expertise and professionalism of its lawyers, TLRT International Law Firm may assist and represent its clients in a wide range of business disputes, both civil and commercial, in court – federal as well as in arbitration and mediation committees.

TLRT represents a wide range of clients, from individuals to public entities. Our goal is to represent our clients so that they may successfully take action or respond to any existing actions, using the procedural and substantive expertise that our lawyers have accumulated throughout their long and prestigious career. 

Trial preparation for Litigation and Arbitration

We begin our representation by studying the facts to suggest the appropriate strategy to our customers. Since each case is different and unique, our Studio takes a dedicated and personalized approach in order to obtain the best possible result. In each case, our team of professional lawyers will evaluate the different sets of facts and problems presented, develop a solid strategy in constant cooperation with the client and complete this strategy successfully.

Most of our litigation cases are settled through the practice of settlements or court orders. Our lawyers, supported by our professional staff, excel in the preparation of effective documents, memories and proposals in order to receive and obtain favorable decisions. Our Managing Partner Rocco Lamura has extensive experience in handling a wide range of business disputes, including:

  • Contractual disputes
  • Labor disputes
  • Violation of the contract
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Partnership disputes
  • Intellectual property litigation
  • Tort disputes
  • Bankruptcy litigation
  • Securities litigation
  • Broker dealer disputes