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The Industries We Serve

The trial attorneys at Foley Mansfield represent a wide range of clients in diverse industries across the country.

Tailoring solutions for your business

We know that businesses face different types of dispute and litigation issues, and there is no 'one size fits all' approach to quality legal counsel. Our attorneys provide customized strategies drawn from years spent handling litigation, transactional matters, and alternative dispute resolution in the various industries we serve.

Serving a Range of Industries

Our clients provide many different types of services to consumers and business entities across a range of industries. We routinely serve clients in fields including banking and finance, consumer retail, hospitality, construction, health care, real estate, and transportation.

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Foley Mansfield's Transportation attorneys represents a wide range of shipping and cargo concerns, including trucking and bus companies, corporate fleets, owner-operators, drivers, and railroad and aviation businesses of all sizes.

Our Transportation Practice Group defends transportation clients against catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death property loss claims, and provides assistance in a variety of capacities.

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We understand the pressure employers face to minimize the risk of liability when faced with terminating an employee or facing a potential wrongful termination suit. When confronted with employment claims, we take a practical, aggressive, and cost-effective approach to resolving these cases.

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Foley Mansfield’s Construction Group represents clients across the industry spectrum, including contractors, owners, developers, subcontractors, design professionals, and financial institutions in a myriad of projects. Our lawyers also serve as panel counsel for prominent insurance carriers who underwrite the gamut of construction risk.

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The business lawyers of Foley Mansfield provide legal services in a manner that puts practical advice and innovative client solutions first. Our business is straightforward: aligning ourselves with our client’s business strategy and providing the integrated legal representation necessary for client success.

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Our real estate attorneys advise and represent property owners, tenants, lenders, investors, municipalities, developers and construction companies in a wide range of commercial and residential real property transactions and disputes.

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Foley Mansfield knows banks, representing both community and national banks – including some of the largest banks in the U.S. This experience makes us well-prepared to offer representation in a wide range of transactional and litigation matters. In addition to banks, our clients include other financial institutions, including credit unions, asset-based lenders, and leasing companies.

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