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Civil Litigation

Our practice group represents plaintiffs and defendants at all stages of the litigation process, including pre-suit negotiation, mediation, trials, and post-judgment enforcement proceedings. Our attorneys work together across multiple practice areas to represent our clients’ interests.

Family law and civil litigation lawyer Anna Warburton Munroe

Building lasting relationships with our clients has been and remains one of the hallmarks of Allman Spry.

Our clients include large and small, local and national businesses, as well as groups and individuals, and rely on our dedicated and experienced legal knowledge to pursue resolutions at every level of dispute through various industries and services such as family law, business and corporate disputes, personal injury claims, employment law, asset disputes, intellectual property, and construction law.

Civil Litigation Attorneys

With the technical expertise drawn from all of our practice areas, our attorneys handle most types of cases, including:

  • Business and commercial disputes for breach of contract, business fraud, negligent representation, unfair and deceptive trade practices, and disputes among shareholders, as well as claims associated with the dissolution of corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships
  • Intellectual property, trade secret, non-compete, and unfair competition disputes
  • Catastrophic personal injury claims, including motor vehicle collisions, premises liability, dram shop claims, slip and fall, and other types of serious injury claims
  • Real estate disputes disputes involving Winston-Salem commercial real estate leases, easements, and boundary lines, as well as partitions, eminent domain, and contested zoning actions
  • Bankruptcy-related litigation, including adversary proceedings and contested matters
  • Employment-related disputes
  • Trust and Estate litigation
  • Construction litigation involving lien claims, defective construction, and contract disputes