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Commercial & Contract Litigation

The trial attorneys at Ogborn Mihm LLP have decades of experience representing business clients in high-stakes commercial and contract litigation. Unlike many business litigation firms that are law and motion firms, settle, and never actually go to trial, we have substantial experience trying such business cases to juries and judges. We have successfully represented clients in hundreds of jury trials, bench trials and arbitrations involving a wide variety of business disputes.

While we represent many of our clients on an hourly basis, we prefer alternative fee arrangements, such as contingent fee agreements, with our clients in the appropriate business litigation matters. Learn More About Our Alternative Fee Arrangements

Breach of Contract Litigation

Our Breach of Contract litigation experience includes the following types of contracts:

  • Asset purchase agreements;
  • Mergers and acquisition agreements;
  • Commercial leases;
  • Commercial loans;
  • Construction contracts;
  • Employment contracts and non-compete agreements;
  • Franchise agreements;
  • Attorney fee agreements;
  • Intellectual property licensing contracts;
  • Oil and gas royalty contracts;
  • Mineral leases;
  • Corporate shareholder agreements;
  • Partnership agreements;
  • Limited liability company management agreements; and
  • Real estate contracts.

Call us to discuss how we can help you with your commercial or contract litigation.

Featured Cases

Oil and Gas Litigation – Bakken Oil Fields (Defense)
When a Fortune 100 oil company was sued in Denver District Court in a dispute arising out of its $1 billion purchase of hundreds of oil leases in the North Dakota’s Bakken oil fields, the plaintiff sought damages of hundreds of millions of dollars. Elizabeth “Betsy” Hyatt served as local counsel for the national trial firm Susman Godfrey, LLP. Betsy was intimately involved in all phases of the case, which settled shortly before trial.

Steel Manfacturer Recovers $12.5 Million Verdict Against Electric Utility – Nebraska (Plaintiff)
When a client steel company discovered that its electric utility had overcharged it for its electricity usage. Murray Ogborn sued on behalf of the aggrieved company, recovering $12.5 million after a six-week jury trial in the Nebraska Federal District. Nucor Steel v. Nebraska Public Power District, U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska.

Medical Device Manufacturer Recovers Confidential Settlement Against Insurer (Plaintiff)
A medical device manufacturer represented by the Firm was facing a number of mass tort products liability lawsuits and relied upon its insurance company to defend and provide settlements when appropriate to plaintiffs. The insurance company failed to perform as it should have and the Firm sued the insurer for bad faith. The case involved hundreds of thousands of documents and the team at Ogborn Mihm, LLP was able to obtain a significant confidential settlement for the client.

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