CONNORS LLP is a litigation firm that embodies the best qualities of the Buffalo-Niagara region itself: tenacious, adaptable, ready for hard work, and committed to its causes. Practicing those homegrown values has made our firm into one of nationwide influence. Fulfilling the vision of the remaining founding partner, Terrence Connors, who left his position as managing partner of a larger firm in 1986 to co-found his own, CONNORS LLP draws on the country’s top legal talent, practices in venues across the United States, and services both local and national clients.
CONNORS LLP is not an ordinary litigation firm, because our work is far from ordinary. Recognizing that high-stakes litigation is never routine, CONNORS LLP was built to adapt to whatever challenge confronts our client—no matter the adversary, complexity of the case, or legal issue involved. In every matter, CONNORS LLP’s primary objective is the development of legal strategies that win.
This approach has proven successful beyond our greatest ambitions. It has earned CONNORS LLP a reputation as a firm of talented trial and appellate lawyers prepared to battle for its clients in both civil and criminal matters, regardless of the state, federal, or administrative forum. Our flexibility allows us to handle matters ranging from the litigation of complicated business disputes, to the prosecution of claims for victims of catastrophic injuries, to the representation of executives and corporations targeted by criminal investigations. Most rewardingly, CONNORS LLP’s approach has attracted clients as diverse and exceptional as the firm’s skills.
Perhaps the most telling indicator of the value we bring to our engagements is the fact that fellow attorneys and judges often come to us for help when they themselves need representation.
Like all of our clients, they understand that whatever their problem, CONNORS LLP will respond with an approach tailored to their individual needs.
We welcome you too, to trust your toughest legal challenges to CONNORS LLP.
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