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Practice Areas

Business and Civil Litigation

Foley Mansfield provides a wide range of legal services to businesses, including commercial litigation, employment law, breach of contract claims, financial compliance matters, and business disputes. We represent individuals in professional malpractice claims, trusts, and estate issues, as well as other matters that require experienced legal counsel.

Services We Provide

The Foley Mansfield team represents clients in many different practice areas, focusing not only on business and corporate clients, but also on individuals facing matters such as professional malpractice allegations and complex estate planning or probate disputes. Our experienced attorneys handle matters involving banking and finance, business and corporate law, cannabis, commercial litigation, creditors' rights, employment law, environmental law and compliance, real estate law, mediation and arbitration, medical malpractice, and more.

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