Law is a service profession. Boyle/Apelman is passionate about helping our clients make smart business decisions. We are problem-solvers who provide strategic advice to reach your end goal. Our record demonstrates that we have the talent and determination to win, but we also have the experience to advise clients whether to fight and how to succeed.
Above all we look for, and often find, business solutions first. If you need to litigate, we will represent you aggressively, intelligently and efficiently. We’ve proven this for our clients time and again.
Boyle/Apelman offers representation in commercial transactions and disputes. Our clients range from individuals to mid-sized and established corporations, large, publicly-traded organizations, associations and foundations. We also provide local counsel services for national law firms.
Given our size and commitment to lean staffing, we offer our services to a distinct few that need the skill and experience we are able to bring to a legal matter. Our goal is to provide the best possible result given the circumstances. To do best what we know best. Our experience allows us to provide advice to our clients as to the likely outcome so they can determine the best course of action. Our lawyers have developed not only extensive experience in handling a variety of legal matters, but also have direct hands-on experience running businesses at the highest level. We believe the combination gives us a unique perspective which we provide to our clients.
Our expertise includes litigation, business law and agreements in a wide range of fields:
Although our company is small, we never felt ignored in favor of their bigger clients. Boyle/Apelman were always available to talk. Even if they were out of town, or out of the country, they always returned my calls within 24 hours. We always got personal attention and timely, intelligent answers to our questions.
As a creative businessman, I need a law firm that can keep up with me and let me develop business and ideas but also tell me where the lines are. Boyle/Apelman does that for me.