Large and small businesses are constantly threatened with employment lawsuits. McMahon Berger knows employers and understands the need to balance threatened litigation with a client’s business interests. Knowing how to try a case to a jury provides an attorney with an informed perspective that impacts every aspect of litigation – from evaluating a claim at the time of filing, to determining the appropriate scope of discovery, to knowing when either settlement or trial is a client’s best option.
McMahon Berger’s experienced litigators are here to defend your case at every stage of a lawsuit, including at trial. With substantial courtroom experience, McMahon Berger provides clients with an expertise that other firms lack. McMahon Berger’s partners have successfully defended employers in the courtroom for over 40 years. McMahon Berger has successfully defended employers in state and federal courts against claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful discharge, and violations of Title VII, ADEA, ADA and FLSA, amongst other matters.
In addition to the elite representation provided by our partners, McMahon Berger associates have first chaired jury trials before state and federal courts, ensuring experienced attorneys are involved with every stage of litigation. McMahon Berger’s substantial jury trial experience in state and federal courts across the country provides clients with knowledgeable and cost-effective representation throughout the litigation process. As more and more cases are resolved outside of the courtroom, the benefit of an experienced trial attorney is hard to find. With McMahon Berger’s tried and true strategies for successfully defending employment lawsuits, clients can be confident that McMahon Berger is fully prepared to defend employers’ best interests at every stage of litigation.