Partners in your Strategic Vision

CTSW attorneys draw on deep experience and business savvy to counsel clients toward their objectives. We brainstorm, strategize, and collaborate on creating solutions to move their business forward.

In all of our practice areas, every client benefits from large firm experience and a tailored team. Learn more.

Practice Areas

CTSW provides comprehensive legal and business counsel to its clients in a variety of areas, and practice specialties to help clients anticipate and avoid problems, resolve disputes and achieve their business and legal needs. We focus on understanding the diverse industries in which our clients operate. From the outset, we work closely with our clients and get to know what is important to them. We constantly reevaluate and consult with our clients at all levels – business, legal and technical – and take only those actions that advance our clients’ positions and ultimate goals.

CTSW attorneys were trained in some of the country's largest and most prestigious firms.

In addition, almost half of our lawyers have worked in the business world, many as in-house counsel to large corporations throughout the nation. We leverage that experience with the efficiencies of small teams. Our points of difference are in our approach to client service.

Recent News

January 3, 2022
CTSW Represents Pharmaceutical Company Benuvia Holdings in M&A Transactions

CTSW represented Benuvia Holdings, LLC with the sale of Benuvia Manufacturing Inc., Benuvia Manufacturing, LLC, Benuvia Therapeutics LLC and Benuvia Therapeutics IP LLC. Benuvia Therapeutics markets Syndros, a U.S. FDA-approved cannabinoid drug and has a pipeline of clinical stage product candidates focused on rare diseases. The transactions are the latest in CTSW’s long history of […]

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December 6, 2021
CTSW Wins Dismissal of $4 Million Action Against Seafood Investor Client

CTSW prevailed in a motion to dismiss a $4 million action against a client, an investor in a shrimp business. The action included allegations of fraud and unjust enrichment based on the investor’s relationship to an estranged wife and a business partner running the business. The court agreed with CTSW’s argument that the fraud allegations, […]

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