TRZ: where substance, quality and value intersect.

We are experienced litigators who love what we do and share a commitment to provide world-class advocacy, counseling and responsiveness to our clients. We have a national practice in insurance coverage litigation, litigation/discovery management, trade secret protection and litigation involving the ramifications of complicated historical transactions. Our business and commercial litigators handle a wide range of issues. We have a track record of success on dispositive motions, at trial and in negotiations. TRZ has significant experience in corporate investigations, most recently, we reviewed and analyzed issues related to the tax treatment of $1.1 billion in complex stock transactions. Publicly held companies, private for profit and non-profit entities, governmental entities and individuals all rely on TRZ to resolve their problems in an efficient and appropriate manner.   

While we handle significant matters for major companies throughout the United States, we are based in three smaller cities from which we can work at significantly lower fees than firms in New York, Chicago, Houston and other major markets. Our clients view us as a quality, lower cost alternative to firms in these cities. 

We are also a certified woman-owned firm, meaning that a majority of our shareholders are women. Our clients value our diversity and the broadened perspective it brings to the table.

Finally, we are agile. Our size, experience and commitment to technology allow us to move quickly, confidently and with great flexibility on a wide range of issues, beginning with innovative fee arrangements.

October
11th 2017

Marquettes Robinson Featured Speaker at Urban League of Greater Cleveland

Marquettes Robinson will be the featured speaker at an October 18, 2017 Employment Law seminar sponsored by the Urban League of Greater Cleveland and the Ohio Minority Business Assistance Centers... Read More

October
6th 2017

Municipalities Selling Water Have No Obligation to Charge Reasonable Rates

A recent decision by the Ninth District Court of Appeals has held that Ohio municipalities selling water to non-residents have no obligation to charge reasonable rates.... Read More

September
28th 2017

Big Implications for Policyholder Bad Faith Claims in Pennsylvania

On September 28, 2017, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that an insurer need not prove an insurance company’s motive of self-interest or ill-will as a prerequisite to prevailing in a bad faith claim under Section 8371. Instead, the Court adopted a two-part test first articulated by the Superior Court in Terletsky v. Prudential Property & Cas. Ins. Co., 649 A.2d 680 (Pa. Super. 1994) in establishing bad faith. In order to prevail on a bad faith claim, the policyholder must present clear and convincing evidence that (1) the insurer did not have a reasonable basis for denying benefits under the policy; and (2) the insurer knew of or recklessly disregarded its lack of a reasonable basis. Rancosky v. Washington National Insurance Co., Case No. 28 WAP 2016.... Read More

October
11th 2017

Marquettes Robinson Featured Speaker at Urban League of Greater Cleveland

Marquettes Robinson will be the featured speaker at an October 18, 2017 Employment Law seminar sponsored by the Urban League of Greater Cleveland and the Ohio Minority Business Assistance Centers... Read More

October
6th 2017

Municipalities Selling Water Have No Obligation to Charge Reasonable Rates

A recent decision by the Ninth District Court of Appeals has held that Ohio municipalities selling water to non-residents have no obligation to charge reasonable rates.... Read More

September
28th 2017

Big Implications for Policyholder Bad Faith Claims in Pennsylvania

On September 28, 2017, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that an insurer need not prove an insurance company’s motive of self-interest or ill-will as a prerequisite to prevailing in a bad faith claim under Section 8371. Instead, the Court adopted a two-part test first articulated by the Superior Court in Terletsky v. Prudential Property & Cas. Ins. Co., 649 A.2d 680 (Pa. Super. 1994) in establishing bad faith. In order to prevail on a bad faith claim, the policyholder must present clear and convincing evidence that (1) the insurer did not have a reasonable basis for denying benefits under the policy; and (2) the insurer knew of or recklessly disregarded its lack of a reasonable basis. Rancosky v. Washington National Insurance Co., Case No. 28 WAP 2016.... Read More

TRZ: where substance, quality and value intersect.

We are experienced litigators who love what we do and share a commitment to provide world-class advocacy, counseling and responsiveness to our clients. We have a national practice in insurance coverage litigation, litigation/discovery management, trade secret protection and litigation involving the ramifications of complicated historical transactions. Our business and commercial litigators handle a wide range of issues. We have a track record of success on dispositive motions, at trial and in negotiations. TRZ has significant experience in corporate investigations, most recently, we reviewed and analyzed issues related to the tax treatment of $1.1 billion in complex stock transactions. Publicly held companies, private for profit and non-profit entities, governmental entities and individuals all rely on TRZ to resolve their problems in an efficient and appropriate manner.   

While we handle significant matters for major companies throughout the United States, we are based in three smaller cities from which we can work at significantly lower fees than firms in New York, Chicago, Houston and other major markets. Our clients view us as a quality, lower cost alternative to firms in these cities. 

We are also a certified woman-owned firm, meaning that a majority of our shareholders are women. Our clients value our diversity and the broadened perspective it brings to the table.

Finally, we are agile. Our size, experience and commitment to technology allow us to move quickly, confidently and with great flexibility on a wide range of issues, beginning with innovative fee arrangements.

October
11th 2017

Marquettes Robinson Featured Speaker at Urban League of Greater Cleveland

Marquettes Robinson will be the featured speaker at an October 18, 2017 Employment Law seminar sponsored by the Urban League of Greater Cleveland and the Ohio Minority Business Assistance Centers... Read More

October
6th 2017

Municipalities Selling Water Have No Obligation to Charge Reasonable Rates

A recent decision by the Ninth District Court of Appeals has held that Ohio municipalities selling water to non-residents have no obligation to charge reasonable rates.... Read More

September
28th 2017

Big Implications for Policyholder Bad Faith Claims in Pennsylvania

On September 28, 2017, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that an insurer need not prove an insurance company’s motive of self-interest or ill-will as a prerequisite to prevailing in a bad faith claim under Section 8371. Instead, the Court adopted a two-part test first articulated by the Superior Court in Terletsky v. Prudential Property & Cas. Ins. Co., 649 A.2d 680 (Pa. Super. 1994) in establishing bad faith. In order to prevail on a bad faith claim, the policyholder must present clear and convincing evidence that (1) the insurer did not have a reasonable basis for denying benefits under the policy; and (2) the insurer knew of or recklessly disregarded its lack of a reasonable basis. Rancosky v. Washington National Insurance Co., Case No. 28 WAP 2016.... Read More

TRZ: where substance, quality and value intersect.

We are experienced litigators who love what we do and share a commitment to provide world-class advocacy, counseling and responsiveness to our clients. We have a national practice in insurance coverage litigation, litigation/discovery management, trade secret protection and litigation involving the ramifications of complicated historical transactions. Our business and commercial litigators handle a wide range of issues. We have a track record of success on dispositive motions, at trial and in negotiations. TRZ has significant experience in corporate investigations, most recently, we reviewed and analyzed issues related to the tax treatment of $1.1 billion in complex stock transactions. Publicly held companies, private for profit and non-profit entities, governmental entities and individuals all rely on TRZ to resolve their problems in an efficient and appropriate manner.   

While we handle significant matters for major companies throughout the United States, we are based in three smaller cities from which we can work at significantly lower fees than firms in New York, Chicago, Houston and other major markets. Our clients view us as a quality, lower cost alternative to firms in these cities. 

We are also a certified woman-owned firm, meaning that a majority of our shareholders are women. Our clients value our diversity and the broadened perspective it brings to the table.

Finally, we are agile. Our size, experience and commitment to technology allow us to move quickly, confidently and with great flexibility on a wide range of issues, beginning with innovative fee arrangements.

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