Spector & Bennett has recovered in excess of $75,000,000 for its clients in commercial litigation and creditors' rights matters, applying methods rendering the traditional legal model obsolete.
San Francisco and Los Angeles based law firm Spector & Bennett represents an impressive array of domestic and international business entities, government agencies and individuals in litigation, transactional and commercial collection matters throughout the State of California and, in conjunction with associated firms in the United States and abroad, services its clients’ legal needs across the United States and throughout the world.
When the unscrupulous seek to circumvent their obligations to our clients, Spector & Bennett is frequently called upon to unwind fraudulent and other voidable transfers, drive alter ego and successor liability claims, pursue non-dischargeability judgments in domestic and foreign courts, and eliminate other impediments to recovery. As opposed to most lawyers, Spector & Bennett handles the majority of these types of cases on a hybrid or contingency fee basis. If we cannot justify the risk inherent in the pursuit of such an endeavor based upon our evaluation of the prospect for meaningful success, then we cannot in good conscience recommend that a client expend tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars in attorney’s fees pursuing such a claim.
In addition to our attorneys’ litigation work, the firm consults with its clients regarding business structuring, the assessment and management of risk, corporate and commercial transactions, real estate and international trade.
Top companies engage Spector & Bennett
Taylor Communications, Inc.
Furniture Manufacturers Credit Association
Korea Deposit Insurance Corporation
Valassis Communications, Inc.
Boston Scientific Corporation
St James’s House
Dubai Aerospace Enterprises
TaylorMade – Adidas Golf Company
Western Union Financial Services
Zurich North America
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Citizen Watch Company
Attorney General of Canada
Mulberry Marketing Communications
Corbis Global Business Group
Wilson Sporting Goods
United Technologies Corporation