Commercial Litigation


Alverson Taylor & Sanders provides a wide range of legal services and advice to individuals and businesses in Nevada. Through its commercial litigators, the firm provides full litigation and trial services to a wide array of industries, enterprises, and individuals. In keeping with the firm’s tradition and its philosophy, our vastly versatile and experienced team of litigators are able to handle a broad range of legal issues for our clients. As a result of that diversity, our lawyers regularly represent large institutional clients in both recurring litigation or unique and complex actions, while at the same time providing needed legal services to small or medium sized businesses and individual clients.

We have represented clients in many diverse types of litigation and alternative dispute resolution forums. As in all areas of our firm’s practice, our principal goal is to provide the best and most cost-effective representation possible in every case. Thus, at the initial stages of a dispute and throughout the life of the matter, we evaluate the various options available to meet our clients’ goals – whether these options include litigation, mediation, arbitration or any of the myriad forms of dispute resolution.

Based on our experience, AT&S is uniquely qualified to provide simple, effective solutions for a multitude of perplexing legal problems, including contract claims, debt collection matters, landlord-tenant disputes, banking and finance litigation issues, copyright and trademark infringement, construction claims and litigation involving developers, contractors, subcontractors, owners, and insurance companies, a combination of these issues, and other novel claims or defenses. Our commercial litigation practice involves all facets of general commercial litigation, including contract actions, enforcement of restrictive covenants, injunction proceedings, eviction proceedings, commercial mortgage foreclosure, antitrust, fraud, and a wide variety of other matters.

Our firm’s commercial litigation practice includes:

  • Franchise Agreements
  • Non-compete and Employment Agreements
  • Contracts, including enforcing written and oral commitments of every nature
  • Disputes involving the Uniform Commercial Code
  • Fraud and Conversion
  • Breach of Warranty
  • Shareholder Derivative Actions
  • Construction Industry Litigation
  • Real Estate Claims, including title disputes, zoning, land use, and ownership rights
  • Bankruptcy Claims
  • Employment Discrimination Claims
  • Corporate and Partnership Dissolutions and Distributions
  • Injunctive and Declaratory Relief
  • Commercial Torts