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Practice Areas

Commercial Litigation

What distinguishes our litigation practice is our relentless, responsive, creative, and cost-effective approach to litigation and dispute resolution. We are litigators. Unlike some institutional firms, Sperduto Thompson & Gassler attorneys have t… Read More


Sperduto Thompson & Gassler’s construction practice is burgeoning. We have successfully represented clients in the industrial, commercial, and government contracting sectors, and have represented both owners and major contractors. Our litigatio… Read More


One of the most vexing forms of litigation is employment litigation. Sperduto Thompson & Gassler represents both employers and employees in resolving these personal, and sometimes highly emotional, disputes. As the American workforce continues to… Read More

Government Contracts

Our government contracts clients perform critical tasks in defending U.S. interests throughout the world, as well as vital tasks at the regional and state level. Attorneys at Sperduto Thompson & Gassler have represented companies that manufacture… Read More

Insurance Coverage

Sperduto Thompson & Gassler has a vibrant, nationwide insurance practice, characterized by both litigation and non-litigation assignments in a host of coverage lines. With a record of successful litigated and negotiated outcomes — in state and… Read More


Attorneys at Sperduto Thompson & Gassler have over thirty years of experience in international litigation and arbitration. One area in which the Firm has developed extensive expertise is in Section 1782 proceedings, “Discovery in Assistance of… Read More

Real Estate Litigation

We are not transaction attorneys — we are real estate litigators. For example, we litigated land use, environmental, construction, and government contract issues — all successfully — on what is still the biggest lease in GSA history, the U.S. P… Read More

Recent News

In December 2018, the Nevada Supreme Court held that the consequential damages for which an insurer may be liable when it breaches the duty to defend are not constrained by the insurance policy’s limit of liability. Read More
A decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit reaffirms the principle that a professional – in that case an attorney – who engages in alleged overbilling of fees cannot expect his professional liability insurer to pick up… Read More

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