Jenner & Block’s litigation department differentiates itself through its deep experience and abiding commitment to excellence.
With more than 400 litigators and dispute lawyers in five offices, the firm’s known reputation and trusted experience for board-level counsel, internal investigations, complex commercial disputes and arbitrations position Jenner & Block to handle its clients’ most sensitive and sizable matters. Clients entrust the firm with the responsibility to handle their most high-profile, complex and delicate litigation matters because the firm has built a team of distinguished trial lawyers, recognized for their principled and effective advocacy, with breadth, experience and sophistication across industries and issues. For clients as diverse as family-run businesses and Fortune 100 companies, Jenner & Block often achieves pre-litigation resolutions that accomplish their objectives quickly and cost-effectively.
The firm’s best-in-class investigators are widely recognized for running complex investigations, whether industry-specific, regulatory or involving highly confidential issues. Jenner & Block’s approach blends extraordinary preparation with a search for the truth and the clear and unbiased presentation of the facts to clients.
Jenner & Block’s recent expansion into London provides direct access to the highest-quality English law advice and further enhances the ability to assist clients worldwide in navigating disputes or investigations with a nexus to the UK or English law. In addition, the firm has handled a wide range of cross border disputes, including commercial and investment arbitrations involving parties from multiple jurisdictions and spanning a diverse range of claims and industries.
The department is chaired by David J. Bradford (Acting Chair). Another primary contact is Craig C. Martin, who became the Chair of the Firm earlier this year and is a widely recognized litigator with an extensive track record representing clients as lead counsel in trials and appeals in state and federal courts as well as domestic and international arbitrations in a wide range of substantive legal areas.