Monthly Archives: April 2014

Firm Persuades Court to Quash Subpoenas Targeted to Destroy Client’s Business Endeavors and Court Dismisses Bogus Guaranty Claim

Written by Firm | Apr 29, 2014 | Results

Our client, a high-profile commercial developer, was sued by a competitor on an alleged 7-figure “guaranty” that was never reduced to writing or signed.   The competitor subpoenaed 30 of our client’s banking and local government contacts – none of which had any relationship to the guaranty claim. We immediately moved […]

Client Sues Accountant Who Suggested Thieving Lawyer

Written by Firm | Apr 11, 2014 | News

A man whose attorney went to prison after admitting she stole almost $290,000 from him has sued the lawyer’s onetime employer, a certified public accountant who allegedly recommended that he park hundreds of thousands of dollars in the lawyer’s escrow account as a tax-shelter measure. The suit Andrew Clark filed […]

Firm Obtains Dismissal Against Lanham Act, Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act and Fraudulent Business Practices Act Claims

Written by Firm | Apr 10, 2014 | Results

We represented an out-of-state clothing company that focuses on selling custom apparel for college and university organizations’ events. Our client was sued in federal court by a competitor under the Lanham Act, alleging our client held out the competitor’s designs to be its own or “reverse passing off” its graphic […]