Commercial Litigation Branch

The Commercial Litigation Branch both brings claims  on behalf of the United States and defends claims brought against the  United States. The  claims can involve  billions of dollars in money damages. The Branch’s work falls into six major practice areas, each of which is overseen by a Section: the Corporate and Financial Litigation Section, the Office of Foreign Litigation, the Fraud Section; the Intellectual Property Section, and the National Courts Section.

Updated October 20, 2014