Business Lawsuits – Employment and Labor Disputes
Located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the civil litigation attorneys at Strokoff & Cowden, P.C. represent individuals, businesses, organizations, and unions throughout the commonwealth of Pennsylvania in state and federal lawsuits involving disputed claims.
We have a statewide litigation practice, with a concentration in central Pennsylvania. Because of our excellent reputation, we receive referrals from attorneys and past clients throughout Pennsylvania. We proudly earn our reputation for excellence with every client.
Experienced Pennsylvania Civil Litigation Lawyer
Our civil litigation attorneys, sometimes called trial lawyers, assist clients in resolving a myriad of disputes in state and federal court, as well as before administrative law judges and regulatory boards.
With over 30 years of experience, our litigators (trial lawyers) have the skills and knowledge to provide you with the sound advice and legal representation you want to protect your interests and pursue your goals. Our civil litigation practice involves many areas, including the following:
- Administrative law hearings
- Professional license issues
- Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
- Business litigation
- Breach of contract claims
- Breach of lease agreement claims
- Civil rights claims
- Contested estate litigation
- Employment litigation
- Federal income tax litigation
- Labor litigation
- Whistleblower Suits
- Pension claims and ERISA litigation
- Shareholder disputes and partners’ rights
- Zoning and land development
- Real estate assessment appeals
Strokoff & Cowden has been providing experienced civil litigation representation for clients throughout Pennsylvania for more than 30 years. We invite you to schedule a confidential consultation with a skilled trial attorney to discuss your claim or dispute by calling us at 717-695-8809, e-mailing us, or filling out our intake form on our Contact Us page. Our service and our experience separate us from other law firms.
Experienced, Effective Legal Representation Since 1974