Business Litigation

Whelan Corrente attorneys provide clients with highly skilled representation across a broad range of disputes, from complex business disputes to white collar criminal defense.  We work closely with clients to understand their businesses and goals in order to implement effective dispute avoidance strategies.  When disputes do arise, Whelan Corrente attorneys draw on their extensive knowledge and experience to provide aggressive, value-based representation to minimize disruption and achieve successful, cost-efficient results. Because we are a boutique law firm, our fees are very competitive.

Whelan Corrente attorneys regularly appear before state and federal trial and appellate courts throughout New England and beyond, and are also experienced representing clients before state and federal agencies, in federal and state criminal investigations, and in alternative dispute tribunals.

Our clients include businesses of all sizes, from closely-held companies to some of the nation’s largest corporations, as well as individuals, non-profits, and government entities.  Our practice encompasses a diverse range of disputes, and we have represented both plaintiffs and defendants in cases involving claims for breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, corporate malfeasance, fraud, complex real estate and construction disputes, white collar criminal investigations and defense, corporate compliance audits, and class actions.  Whatever your needs, Whelan Corrente attorneys will provide you and/or your business with powerful strategies and insight to enable well-informed decisions throughout the dispute resolution process.

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