Commercial Litigation

The Commercial Litigation Section includes representation of financial institutions, diversified national corporations, real-estate companies, insurance companies, and state and federal governmental agencies. The cases are as varied as the commercial and regulatory settings from which they arise: anti-trust, civil RICO, securities fraud, patent and trademark infringement, intellectual property disputes, unfair trade practices, dealer terminations, lender liability, professional liability, bankruptcy, mergers and acquisitions, minority shareholder rights, lease disputes, secured transactions, real-estate, fidelity and surety bonds, foreclosure and collections, tortious interference, and contract breach.

Featured News

  • DRI Free CLE Webinar and Networking event: March 9, 2017

    Please join Chaffe McCall’s Appellate Section as it hosts DRI’s Appellate Advocacy Committee’s first Free National Webcast and Networking Event Appellate Counsel at Trial: Protecting the Record and Putting Your Best Foot Forward Free CLE Webcast and Networking Reception WHEN Thursday, March…More»

  • The O.W. Bankruptcy and The Resulting Legal Issues

    Chaffe McCall’s Admiralty and Maritime member, Ifigeneia Xanthopoulou, recently published an article entitled “THE O.W. BANKRUPTCY AND THE RESULTING LEGAL ISSUES” in the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal.  The piece was published in the Fall 2016, Volume 52,…More»

  • Attorneys Provide Pro Bono Legal Services at Harry Tompson Rebuild Center

    Six Chaffe McCall Attorneys Provide January Pro Bono Legal Services at New Orleans’ Harry Tompson Rebuild Center   In a profession defined by billable hours, the Chaffe McCall law firm also prioritizes philanthropy, kicking off 2017 by providing pro bono…More»

  • Attorneys selected for Inclusion in 2017 Super Lawyers

    New Orleans, LA, (December 23, 2016) –  Chaffe McCall announces that 24 of its attorneys are included in the 2017 Super Lawyers list for Louisiana. Only five percent of attorneys in each state are chosen to receive this distinction. Super…More»