Baird Mandalas Brockstedt, LLC Business & Corporate Litigation

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What We Do For You

The litigation team of Baird Mandalas Brockstedt includes attorneys with substantial experience in complex civil litigation, including commercial and corporate disputes, business torts, real estate, and employment matters. We represent plaintiffs and defendants in a wide range of disputes concerning corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, and other Delaware entities in all of Delaware’s Courts.

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Practicing Attorneys

Kevin M. Baird

Kevin Baird is the Managing Partner of Baird Mandalas Brockstedt LLC and practices in the areas of business law, corporate law, and estate planning and administration.
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John W. Paradee

John Paradee frequently practices in the areas of commercial litigation, land use and zoning law, administrative and business law, and commercial and residential real estate.
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Stephen A. Spence

Stephen A. Spence focuses on trial and appellate civil litigation in all of Delaware’s courts, primarily serving local businesses and individuals.

He handles disputes in and out of court relating to contracts, real estate, business, and fiduciary relationships.
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Victoria K. Petrone

Vicky Petrone is a partner in the firm and has a regional practice concentrated on construction law. Her clients include owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, architects and engineers.
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Roger L. Truemper

Roger Truemper has a diverse legal background that includes practicing in areas such as commercial and business transactions, residential real estate, commercial litigation, leasing, landlord-tenant, and land use and land development.
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Brian V. DeMott

Over the years, Brian DeMott has researched complex civil and criminal issues ranging from employment discrimination to post-conviction relief. As a Leadership Delaware Fellow, Mr. DeMott has gone through an intensive, year-long course in which he learned about issues facing the First State.
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