Spotswood Sansom & Sansbury is a boutique law firm specializing in complex, business litigation. Our goal is to craft creative legal solutions that reflect the overall business goals of our clients—and transcend success in an individual case.
Since our founding in 2001, Spotswood Sansom has taken on some of the most important legal issues facing businesses in America. We have litigated class actions in Southern Illinois, punitive damages awards in Oregon, and wage-and-hour suits in California. We have represented clients in the U.S. Supreme Court, six of the eleven U.S. Courts of Appeal, and in state appellate courts across the country. Because of our expertise, we have consistently been included on the National Law Journal's list of Who Represents Corporate America and Fortune Magazine's list of Go-To Law Firms.In our home state of Alabama, Spotswood Sansom has been involved in virtually every high-profile, complex litigation matter in recent years. We filed the first insurance rescission case in the HealthSouth fraud, made the first allegations of corruption related to electronic bingo, and made the state-court Enron litigation part of the federal multi-district litigation. Currently, we represent clients in litigation related to the Jefferson County sewer crisis, the troubled Prepaid Affordable College Tuition (PACT) Program, and the takeover of Colonial Bank by the FDIC. We also represent a Fortune 500 company in a high-stakes intellectual-property dispute.
Spotswood Sansom offers clients a comprehensive approach to complex business litigation. In every situation, we consider the big picture and create effective strategies to meet our clients’ need—whether that need is early resolution, cost-effective litigation, or vindication of important legal principles.
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- Antitrust Law
- Banking and Finance Law
- Commercial Litigation
- Derivatives and Futures Law
- Health Care Law
- Insurance Law
- Trade Secrets Law
- Transportation Law