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Firm Profile

Dodson and Associates, P.C.
Our practice emphasizes commercial litigation of all types, whether complex or more routine. The firm represents clients in state and federal trial and appellate courts, and before a variety of administrative hearing boards and private arbitrators. Depending upon our clients’ interests and our assessment of the claims at issue, we take cases to trial, resolve claims prior to trial, or use the power of mediation or arbitration to help bring matters to an amicable resolution.

Dodson and Associates, P.C. has extensive experience with a wide variety of insurance litigation on behalf of both insurers and insureds, including cases involving life, property, disability, health benefits and the Employment Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (“ERISA”). The firm also counsels clients regarding insurance coverage issues, and we defend insureds under their contractor and professional liability insurance policies.

The firm’s complex construction and real estate litigation practice includes disputes involving large multi-building construction projects, construction defects, borrower/lender disputes, class actions, contracts for owners, contractors and subcontractors, mechanic’s liens and the Miller Act (public project). Also, it includes litigation for plaintiffs and defendants in cases involving commercial leases, sales contracts, joint ventures, option agreements, titles, easements, contested foreclosures, deeds of trust and loan agreements.

The firm’s professional liability defense practice involves the defense of lawyers, law firms, and other professionals who are faced with allegations of professional negligence or other forms of professional liability. We have experience in a wide variety of cases, often involving large and complicated factual scenarios and multifaceted legal issues.

Our practice also includes complex contractual disputes, class actions, trademark and trade-secret litigation, property tax disputes, and matters before administrative and state licensing boards.