Dilworth Paxson’s lawyers represent clients in the manufacturing sector across a wide variety of practice areas. Our lawyers are therefore extremely knowledgeable when it comes to the challenges that manufacturers face, such as global competition, government regulation, cost containment, labor, employment, pension, and ERISA matters, contract negotiations, contraction of supplier and customer bases, intellectual property rights, and the exercise of trade-creditor rights, among others.

Dilworth’s lawyers have represented manufacturing-sector clients in litigation relating to supplier contracts, customer contracts, disputes with competitors, collections actions, labor, employment, and pension litigation, disputes relating to patents, trademarks, and copyrights, personal injury defense, and other areas. Those same lawyers also devote significant time to counseling clients how to avoid litigation risk or working with clients on early-intervention programs to prevent ordinary business disputes from festering into litigation. Our lawyers have handled trade creditor issues, bankruptcy filings, and preference actions on a national basis for several large manufacturing companies, and they have experience handling corporate transactions of all sizes and scopes for manufacturing companies, including securing project financing, mergers and acquisitions, and Hart-Scott-Rodino or other antitrust-related filings, as well as patent prosecution and licensing transactions. In addition, our lawyers routinely handle issues relating to environmental regulations, insurance coverage, workplace regulation, union negotiations, and immigration questions for manufacturing-sector clients. Finally, our lawyers are well-versed in the sometimes-unique issues that arise when manufacturing-sector clients buy, sell, or lease real estate.

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