Carpenter Technology Corp. v. Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge – Represented a publicly held company in prosecuting a legal malpractice claim against its former lawyers. Case settled for a confidential amount.
Mike’s Train House, Inc. v. Lionel, et al. – Represented a manufacturer of toy trains in prosecuting an intellectual property claim alleging misappropriation of trade secrets. After a 10-day jury trial, we obtained a verdict in excess of $40 million.
SafetyCare Technologies LLC v. Intellicare Network, LLC – Obtained a $1 million jury verdict for a technology firm against former employees and a competitor who violated their fiduciary duties and misappropriated the firm’s customer and pricing information and other trade secrets to unjustly enrich the competitor.
Symbol Technologies, Inc. v. Deloitte & Touche – Represented a publicly held corporation (now part of Motorola) in prosecuting an auditing malpractice claim against a Big Four accounting firm for its failure to uncover a massive fraud conducted by Symbol’s upper management.
In re: Telxon Corporation Securities Litigation v. PricewaterhouseCoopers –Represented a publicly held corporation in prosecuting an auditing malpractice claim against a Big Four accounting firm for its failure to uncover a massive fraud conducted by the company’s management. After discovery was completed, the Magistrate Judge made a recommendation to the District Court that our motion for default judgment based on defendant’s discovery misconduct be granted. (2004 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 27296 July 16, 2004.) Case subsequently settled for a confidential amount.
Diane Koken (Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner) as Liquidator of Quaker City Insurance v. PricewaterhouseCoopers – Represented Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner in prosecuting an auditing malpractice claim against a Big Four accounting firm for its failure to uncover a fraud committed by management. Case settled for a confidential amount.
EnerSys, Inc. v. Jackson Lewis – Represented a publicly held corporation in prosecuting a legal malpractice claim against one of the nation’s leading employment and labor firms. Case settled for a confidential amount.
Morrissey v. Amboy Bancorporation – Successfully represented a class of frozen-out shareholders seeking increased payment for their shares in mandatory buy-out and secured a judgment of more than $10 million.
vBank v. Check Express – Represented a bank in pursuing a civil RICO claim arising from a check kiting scheme and secured an $8.2 million judgment.
Richard Harley, et al. v. The Bank of New York Mellon – Represented pension plan of WellSpan Health System claiming bank trustee failed to execute its investment instructions, resulting in a loss of over $1.7 million in investment gains. Tried to verdict in the Southern District of New York.
MedAvante, Inc. v. ProxyMed, Inc. – Represented MedAvante in a trademark infringement case arising from the defendant’s use of the plaintiff’s name. Obtained a preliminary injunction enjoining the defendant from continuing to use plaintiff’s name.
Guthrie Healthcare System v. Context Media, Inc. – Obtained favorable ruling from district court and, on appeal, obtained affirmance of finding that defendant infringed our client’s trademark, reversal of the limited scope of district court’s injunction, and order expanding the scope of the injunction accordingly.
Peerless Heater Co. v. Mestek, Inc. – Represented plaintiff manufacturer of boilers in claim against rival firm for violation of Section 1 of the Sherman Act, resulting in settlement on eve of trial.
Weinstein v. Weinstein, Schliefer & Kupersmith – Represented plaintiff in a case involving the breakup of a law firm. Claims included shareholder freeze-out, breach of fiduciary obligations and breach of contract.
West Chester Capital Advisors, Inc. v. Marra, et al. – Obtained emergency injunction and contempt orders for an investment advisory firm against its former CEO who violated post-employment non-compete and non-solicitation obligations and misappropriated the firm’s customer information and other trade secrets.