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Kercsmar Feltus & Collins helps our clients resolve difficult business challenges in the forum that is best suited to the client’s strategic interests. That forum is often not a lawsuit in the public courts, but some other form of dispute resolution. Our lawyers are not only skilled advocates in the courtroom setting, but also in arbitration, mediation and a full compliment of other alternative dispute resolution processes including neutral case evaluation, mock trial, mini-trials and summary jury trials.

Kercsmar Feltus & Collins’ attorneys have arbitrated matters before single arbitrators and arbitration panels. We are familiar with the rules and procedures of the primary international, national, regional, and local arbitral institutions, such as the International Chamber of Commerce, the American Arbitration Association and JAMS. Additionally, we are well acquainted with the ADR processes of self-regulating organizations like the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA, the successor to the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc.).

Our ability to help resolve complex matters is reflected in the breadth of our arbitration experiences in disputes related to:

  • General Commercial Issues
  • Contract Disputes
  • Corporate Governance Issues
  • Securities
  • Telecommunications
  • Technology Licensing and Enforcement
  • Intellectual Property and Trade Secrets
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Construction Contracts
  • Labor and Employment Law

Kercsmar Feltus & Collins’ lawyers also regularly provide other related ADR services, such as counseling clients in the drafting of contractual arbitration and mediation clauses.

Commercial Litigation and Contract Disputes

Real Estate and Finance Litigation

Corporate Governance Disputes

Patent Litigation

Trademark Litigation

Copyright Litigation

Trade Secret Misappropriation


Lanham Act False Advertising

Internet and Technology Law

Securities Litigation



Criminal Defense and Internal Investigations

Construction, Contractors and Lien Law

Franchisor-Franchisee Disputes