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Redwood City Civil Litigation

Experienced litigators ready to resolve your disputes

The Bay Area legal team at Law Offices of Charles J. Smith III is experienced and highly skilled litigators who are always ready to protect your rights in civil litigation cases with cost-effective and favorable results. Our goal is to minimize the disruption a civil dispute can have on your life and business.

Our attorneys have a strong presence in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties and beyond. We are well known and well respected after having successfully completed more than 200 jury trials in state and federal courts, in addition to more than 100 mediations and arbitrations.

We carefully prepare your case and, if beneficial to you, always try to settle your matter out of court first. We have brought more than 100 arbitrations and mediations to successful conclusion.

When necessary, we are ready to provide you with the most aggressive trial litigation possible. The attorneys at Law Offices of Charles J. Smith III are skilled advocates who work with individuals and businesses to develop a strategy, budget and plan your case to achieve the best result for your situation.

We provide effective and skillful representation in areas including:

No matter the subject area, we accomplish results. If you have a difficult problem, we will help you solve it.

Silicon Valley trial lawyers prepared to handle your civil disputes

For assistance with your civil litigation matters, call Law Offices of Charles J. Smith III at 650.568.2820 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.

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  • Redwood City Office
    777 Marshall Street
    Redwood City, California 94063
    Phone: 650.568.2820
    Fax: 650.568.2823
Representative Cases
  • "Stephen Simmons v. PCR Technology, 209 F. Supp. 2d 1029 (C.D. Cal. 2002) Represented employer in race discrimination action; removal to federal court based on diversity of citizenship and amount in controversy upheld. "

  • "Wayne Perry v. U.S. Bank, 2001 WL 34920473 (N.D. Cal. 2001) Represented national bank in putative wage-hour class action, involving alleged misclassification of employees under the administrative exemption; defeated plaintiffs' motion for class certification. "

  • "U.S. v. Raimund Wersching (2005) U.S. District Court San Francisco Dismissal of five felony financial fraud charges against former SF 49ers placekicker. Read more"