We understand our clients’ businesses and the importance of managing risk in today’s environment. Our clients benefit from the multi-disciplinary approach of our litigators, drawing on the talents of lawyers across the firm to handle matters efficiently and effectively. Our litigators routinely handle matters that are crucial to our clients’ survival, and our cases often set important legal precedents.
S&C is widely recognized as a leading litigation firm. Our litigators have been highly ranked year after year by industry publications, including Chambers USA, The American Lawyer, New York Law Journal, Benchmark Litigation, Financial Times and U.S. News & World Reports.
Our skills, breadth of experience and multi-disciplinary approach to litigation uniquely qualify us to represent clients in their most important cases. Our clients routinely choose us for their most difficult matters that require the sharpest legal minds and the agility to craft and respond to novel legal theories that often set important legal precedents.
S&C has a proven track record of securing favorable results in the full range of litigation for the world’s leading financial institutions, corporations and individuals. We have long-standing relationships with our clients and frequently advise our clients on their most complex legal issues.
S&C’s expertise in handling complex, multiparty cases is well known. We frequently serve as lead or national coordinating counsel in large-scale litigation matters. We have represented Volkswagen and Fiat Chrysler in diesel emissions; Wells Fargo in sales practices; and UBS, JPMorgan, Moody’s and others in RMBS and financial crisis-era litigation.
Listen to Sharon discuss the unique qualities of our Litigation Group.
“The hallmark of Sullivan & Cromwell is truly a culture of collaboration. We have people of widely different, diverse backgrounds, education, viewpoints, practice areas, in a room to debate and twist each other’s ideas. This is how we solve the biggest, hardest problems.”
Managing Partner, Litigation Group
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