Plaintiff’s counsel in the case Westco Group, Inc. v. K.B. Associates, Inc., No. 5:-CV-2019, Federal Court Northern District of Ohio won Plaintiff’s case on grant of motion for summary judgment for breach of contract, trademark infringement and unfair competition and successfully defended Defendant’ counterclaim for a license settlement amount of $600,000.
Plaintiff’s counsel in the case of Melago v. Cardinal Industries, No. 54989, 1989 WL 7966 (Ohio Ct. App. Feb. 2, 1989) had a verdict for a slip and fall for $75,000 that was reversed by the trial judge on a motion for judgment notwithstanding the verdict, which was reversed in the court of appeals on the issue of negligent parking lot construction and the case settled.
Plaintiff’s counsel in the case of Welsh v. Woods No. CV-92-230969, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court had a judgment for $1,500,000 for an automobile accident.
Plaintiff’s counsel in the case of Vaugh v. City of Cleveland, No. CV-92-244749, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court had a verdict for a single motorcycle accident involving negligent road construction for $68,000.
Plaintiff’s counsel in the landmark case of Dimora v. Cleveland Clinic Found., 683 N.E.2d 1175 (Ohio Ct. App. 1996). In this medical malpractice case, the injured client received a verdict against the Cleveland Clinic, including punitive damages, for the falsification of medical records.
Plaintiff’s counsel in the case of Brookstone Masonry v. Sears Roebuck, No. 01CIV0034, Medina County Common Pleas Court had a judgment for a foreclosure action on a mechanic’s lien against an NTB store for disputed construction costs of $82,000.
Plaintiff’s counsel in the case Selectronics v. Millennia Group, No. 1:2008cv01149, Federal Court Northern District of Ohio had a commercial judgment for breach of contract regarding payment of commissions for a total amount of $360,000.
Plaintiff’s counsel in the case of Chemence, Inc. v. Doherty, No. 2:05-CV-173, Federal Northern District of Georgia had a judgment for $5,881,306 for misappropriation of trade secrets.
Successfully defended the commercial case of Medline Industries v. Chemence Medical Products, No. 1:13-CV-00500, Federal Northern District of Georgia, with opposing claims of over $20,000,000.
Plaintiff’s counsel in the case of United Beauty Products, Inc. v. K$ Productions, Inc., CV 12-05670, in the Federal Northern District of California involving a celebrity license agreement with musician Ke$ha resulting in settlement.
Successfully negotiated the purchase of a divestiture required by the Federal Trade Commission regarding the merger of two entities that would have caused an industry monopoly.
Successfully defended a case involving an alleged breach of trust by a fiduciary and was awarded sanctions and attorneys’ fees against Plaintiff and Plaintiff’s counsel.
Successfully represented client in Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Special Investigations Department, Auditor Employer Fraud Team audit resulting in no criminal charges or tax assessments.
Successfully represented clients for IRS audit and disputed tax matters, including defending case in U.S. Tax Court for deductibility and value of real estate donations to a private foundation by one of the trustees.
Successfully resolved landmark medical residency case in the Federal Southern District of Ohio against The Ohio State University where resident continued his career as a board certified physician thereafter.
Successfully defended a medical resident against his program which sought remediation and extension of his residency for unjust reasons.
Successfully defended a medical fellow, whose medical privileges were unjustly revoked.
Negotiated numerous physician contracts in millions of dollars.
Negotiated confidential settlement in millions of dollars.
Negotiated and drafted mergers and acquisitions up to $20 million.
GroupInvest LLC v. Cuyahoga County Board of Revision et al., Case No: CV-21-955288, Court of Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County – Successfully reversed on an appeal to the Court of Common Pleas, a decision by the Board of Revision upholding the property valuations for dilapidated East Cleveland apartment buildings reducing the property values for real estate tax purposes from $1.5 million to $520,000.