The Manufacturing Practice Group at Wiggin and Dana represents manufacturers across a broad array of industries including aerospace, military, utilities, agricultural, pharmaceutical, and industrial markets. From drafting long term purchase agreements, to jury trials involving supplier disputes, in matters and venues across the country and abroad, Wiggin and Dana lawyers have the breadth of experience necessary for the most complex to routine manufacturing related matter. The group consistently strives for the right combination of strategy and resources necessary for resolving complex and straight-forward matters alike in these diverse markets.

In litigation matters, Wiggin and Dana trial lawyers have mediated, negotiated, arbitrated, and tried cases in jurisdictions across the country. Wiggin and Dana trial lawyers have represented a publicly traded international aerospace manufacturer in a jury trial concerning a supplier dispute. In high stakes AAA arbitration, before a notable panel of retired Judges from the Second and Third Circuits, and a Delaware Supreme Court Justice, Wiggin and Dana trial lawyers obtained important injunctive relief securing the use of critical intellectual property rights.

In transactional matters, Wiggin and Dana lawyers regularly counsel clients on acquisition and procurement agreements, and pre-suit identification of disputed contract claims and defenses. Whether allocating legal or market risk, or negotiating expected levels of purchases, and even force majeure clauses, Wiggin and Dana transactional lawyers bring a market centric approach to supply chain transactions.

Wiggin and Dana's Manufacturing Practice works closely with the firm's other practices, including International Trade Compliance; White Collar Defense, Investigations and Corporate Compliance; OSHA and Product Liability.