Practice Areas

Dysart Taylor Appellate

Our attorneys can manage the entire appeal process, from notice of appeal through conclusion.

Dysart Taylor Arbitration

Alternate dispute resolution, from drafting provisions to mediations and arbitrations.

Dysart Taylor Aviation

Our attorneys have been working with clients in the aviation industry for more than 40 years.

Dysart Taylor Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights

Experienced in creditors’ rights and remedies for bankruptcy and commercial litigation.

Dysart Taylor Business & Corporate

From the formation of corporate entities and tax implications to mergers and acquisitions.

Dysart Taylor Construction

Counsel for property owners, architects, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and insurers.

Estate Planning & Probate

Assisting individuals and businesses in the transfer of wealth to beneficiaries.

Dysart Taylor Insurance Group

Serving the legal needs of the insurance industry in matters involving complex commercial or personal lines.

Dysart Taylor Intellectual Property

From protecting creative works to prosecuting and defending infringement litigation, we’ve got you covered.

Dysart Taylor Labor and Employment

Our attorneys provide guidance in compliance with labor, employment and employee benefit laws.

Dysart Taylor Litigation

We have substantial litigation experience at both the trial and appellate levels in state and federal courts.

Dysart Taylor Products Liability

Defending products claims for manufacturers of aircraft, construction and industrial equipment.

Professional liability

Dysart Taylor has earned a well-established reputation as being lawyers for lawyers and protectin

Dysart Taylor Real Estate

We handle an array real estate matters including sales and acquisitions, financing, leasing and zoning.

Tax
Dysart Taylor Tax

Advising clients on corporate and individual income tax, estate and gift tax, and sales tax matters.

Dysart Taylor Transportation and Logistics

Experience dating back to the first federal transportation regulations in the 1930s.