Business Litigation Attorney

Pitzer Snodgrass recognizes the complexity of today’s business world and the economic uncertainties facing business owners today.  Our lawyers aggressively pursue and defend claims on behalf of our clients, and provide legal counsel to small businesses and Fortune 500 companies.  We have extensive experience in representing our clients in state and federal courts throughout the Midwest as well as business-related arbitration forums and administrative proceedings.

Pitzer Snodgrass is proud of our outstanding track record in representing and defending clients in cases involving business torts and contractual disputes.  Our lawyers have significant experience in developing strategies to minimize the financial impact of litigation as well as any public scrutiny that our clients may encounter during the pendency of a claim.  At Pitzer Snodgrass we understand that each client has their own idea of success, and our lawyers are dedicated and focused on the success of our clients and will work with the client to achieve the best result possible.

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  • Nicholas Meriage, Associate at Pitzer Snodgrass, P.C.

    Nicholas Meriage

    Managing Principal
    Tel: 314.335.1303
    Fax: 314.335.1303
  • Phillip Bryant, Manging Partner at Pitzer Snodgrass, P.C.

    Phillip Bryant

    Tel: 314.335.1310
    Fax: 314.335.1310



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