We are commercial litigators. Our focus is on resolving the most complex and challenging commercial disputes facing our clients—through litigation, arbitration, mediation, and informal negotiation. We have vast experience representing clients in nearly every industry sector. We represent companies of all sizes, locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. We represent individuals with valuable commercial interests to protect. We represent both plaintiffs and defendants.
What sets us apart?
The Firm’s client, Wellstat Therapeutics, has been awarded an estimated $70 million against BTG International, Inc. in a pharmaceutical contract dispute in the Delaware Court of Chancery. Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster issued a Memorandum Opinion, awarding Wellstat $55.8 million in damages plus prejudgment interest estimated to be in excess of $15 million plus attorney’s fees. In the lawsuit, Wellstat sued BTG over the marketing of Vistogard®, a life-saving drug designed to serve as an antidote for over-exposure to certain... Read More »
Schulman Bhattacharya obtained a confidential settlement for our client after six days of trial before Judge Motz in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. The case concerned a co-development agreement covering the creation and sale of valuable intellectual property rights for the training program “Negotiating with the Savvy Buyer.” We brought the suit for breach of contract, an accounting, and fraud, seeking unpaid royalties and punitive damages for sales of the program over a more than... Read More »
Schulman Bhattacharya won a $19.5 million settlement for clients in a dispute over the application of a complex buy/sell provision in a real estate company’s operating agreement. The case settled on the fifth day of trial, after our successful cross examination of the opposing side’s key witnesses and as we were nearing completion of putting on our case in chief. The Schulman Bhattacharya team was headed by partners Jeremy Schulman and Koushik Bhattacharya. Mr. Schulman was lead counsel in the... Read More »