Lars Liebeler strives to litigate effectively and intelligently to place clients in a position of strength. From that position, a money and time saving settlement may be reached. While most cases do in fact settle before trial, the firm views trials as a clean-up hitter views fastballs. It is what we are trained to do, and what we love to do. Mr. Liebeler and his team of experienced trial lawyers has a successful record in jury trials, bench trials, and administrative hearings. We are proud to have been referred cases by lawyers against whom we have litigated. We are zealous protectors of our clients’ interests.
Judge Anthony Trenga entered summary judgment dismissing a race discrimination claim brought against an LLPC architecture / engineering firm client in the United States District Court in Alexandria, Virginia (May 2021).
Judge Hiram E. Puig-Lugo entered judgment in favor of an LLPC client, a New York City art and design university, in a contract action in the Superior Court for the District of Columbia (June 2021).
The firm critically evaluates its cases. Identification of the strengths and weaknesses of each case is vitally important. Exploit weaknesses in your opponents’ cases early through motion practice.
Our clients’ goals are our most important consideration. We regularly counsel clients about alternatives to litigation that might be appropriate to their case.
Results matter. We are prepared and able to present your case aggressively and intelligently. Our principals have litigated in nearly every court (state and federal) in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Members of our firm have litigated hundreds of cases over several decades.
Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.