Curtis Crowther is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation Group with extensive experience litigating in all the courts in Delaware. His experience transcends many substantive areas of commercial and civil litigation including employment and enforcement of restrictive covenants, Delaware corporate law, ERISA-governed benefits, trusts & estates, construction, consumer law and warranties, commercial/business contract disputes, commercial collections, real estate and other general commercial and business litigation.
Curtis represents the interests of his clients from pre-litigation counseling and strategy development through the trial and appeal processes. He has appeared in a variety of matters before all the courts in Delaware, including: Delaware Supreme Court, Court of Chancery, Superior Court, Court of Common Pleas, Justice of the Peace Court, United States District Court, Third Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Bankruptcy Court, as well as federal courts in Pennsylvania and around the country.
Curtis also has substantial experience in bankruptcy and bankruptcy-related litigation, contested matters and adversary proceedings involving myriad disputes that arise in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. His experience includes both prosecuting and defending fraudulent transfer and preference litigation.
Curtis has significant experience as an advocate in alternative dispute resolution (ADR), utilizing ADR processes and procedures such as mediation or arbitration to assist clients in avoiding or reducing the costs that can be associated with protracted litigation, as well as assisting his clients in devising and implementing ADR plans and strategies necessary to protect their interests. He is also a recipient of the Delaware Superior Court’s Certificate in Advanced Mediation Training and is certified as a mediator by the Delaware Superior Court.