Litigation Results Matter

Paul SchleifmanPaul S. Schleifman is a business attorney at law and he is the founder and managing attorney of the firm. Mr. Schleifman is a skilled legal advisor and persuasive advocate. He focuses his practice on the needs of businesses and specializes in a wide variety of transactional matters, litigation, arbitration and other alternative dispute resolutions. Mr. Schleifman’s philosophy is simple: analyze the legal dispute; fully discuss the issues with the client; jointly determine the desired strategy and outcome; and pursue that goal in a zealous, yet efficient and cost-effective manner. Mr. Schleifman represents his clients with an untiring work ethic and the unwavering drive to win or resolve disputes on the most favorable terms. When you need serious legal representation, Paul Schleifman can help.

Corporate law specialists

The primary focus of Schleifman Law, PLC is on Business Law including: Civil Litigation; Insurance Coverage; and Commercial Transactions. Mr. Schleifman is licensed to practice in all Federal and State courts in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.

Mr. Schleifman has extensive litigation, mediation, arbitration, trial and appellate experience. He has personally handled all phases of litigation including initial pleadings, pre-trial motions, discovery, bench and jury trials, and appeals. His history of successful results in complex litigation has clients seeking him out for their most difficult problems. Some of his litigation matters include:

  • Lead counsel successfully opposing Certiorari in an arbitration dispute before the United States Supreme Court
  • Representation of Qui Tam relator in False Claims Act action successfully recovering over $13 Million for relator and U.S.
  • Lead counsel representing employer successfully vacating an arbitration award before the US Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit
  • Lead trial counsel representing captive insurer in federal court litigation seeking coverage for underlying bodily injury and property damage claims
  • Lead trial counsel in Maryland state court action concerning wrongful termination and dissolution of closely held corporation
  • Lead trial counsel in Maryland federal court action involving insurance coverage for property damage claims
  • Lead trial counsel in District of Columbia action  representing corporate and directors and officers against claims of fraud by minority shareholders
  • Lead trial counsel in Virginia state court action involving fraud, breach of contract and business conspiracy
  • Lead counsel defending major retailer in FCRA and ECOA class action
  • Lead counsel defending officers and directors of printing business against fraud claims
  • Lead counsel representing the working interest owner in gas royalty action in New Mexico
  • Lead counsel representing pharmaceutical manufacturer against unfair trade practice and other claims brought by the Attorneys General of numerous states

Contact Schleifman Law, PLC for Legal Advice

Providing an alternative to the traditional big law firm, Schleifman Law, PLC provides individualized, results driven, responsive legal services for your business and commercial litigation needs in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. Call Schleifman Law, PLC at 703-528-1021 if you have a legal issue you want to discuss.

Testimonials

  • Mr. Schleifman makes it a point to be accessible.  If he takes your matter you know he will be there 24/7.

    -- S.W.

  • Thanks for your hard work.  I am forever grateful.

    -- B.A.

  • I interviewed several attorneys before I met Mr. Schleifman.  He gave me the confidence that my case would be handled competently and with much thought.  And it was!

    -- T.O.

  • Justice did prevail.  Our heartfelt thanks.

    -- K.D.

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