Colin Deihl manages complex business disputes at all stages of litigation, including jury and bench trials, class actions, arbitrations, and settlements. He is a strategic trial lawyer with more than 25 years of experience, and focuses on complex—and often technical— business disputes, including environmental and real estate matters. Colin also assists clients with sensitive internal investigations and compliance counseling.
Colin's representative litigation experience includes claims for breach of contract, fraud, breach of representations and warranties, and violation of federal environmental statutes like the Clean Air Act and CERCLA.
In regards to real estate clients, he has handled a wide variety of disputes, including conflicts over land-use, development, and disputes between surface and mineral owners. Many of Colin's cases involve coordination between litigation strategy, public relations, and governmental relations. In that context, Colin has appeared before, or coordinated with, government entities from local city councils to federal agencies.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Colin C. Deihl