- Physician employee left practice and set up competing practice nearby. Employee had entered a non-compete with the medical practice business client. Sought an injunction prohibiting violation of the non-compete on behalf of the client. Employee retained Harvard law graduate at cost of $25,000.00 and was assured victory. After lengthy evidentiary hearing court found in favor of client, competing medical practice was closed, and former physician employee worked out of state for balance of period of required non-competition.
- Physician client attended to famed NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt immediately after his fatal accident. Client was subpoenaed to testify regarding the cause of death, and other matters requiring his expertise, in litigation brought by The Florida Alligator seeking the autopsy photographs of Mr. Earnhardt. The Alligator refused to pay the physician fees for his expert testimony contending he was merely a fact witness. Court ruled in favor of client and fees were paid.
- Business client contracted with subsidiary of company publicly traded on the English stock exchange which does business in the United States. The contract was for the client to provide professional services related to the acquisition of fixed base operations at airports, which are what private planes use for services, such as fuel and ground transportation. Fixed base operations were acquired for 72.5 million but fee of 3% not paid to client on grounds that acquisition made through a different subsidiary of publicly traded company. After trial the jury awarded full measure of damages, $3,569,000.00, inclusive of prejudgment interest, plus an additional $520,000.00 in costs and fees awarded for total of $4,089,000.00. Handled with co-counsel and co-counsel tried case. Case on appeal.
- Attorney client injured in intersectional collision. Suffered minor soft tissue injury but mentally was not able to continue to do stressful work such as litigation or to work as many hours following the accident. All of this resulted in a significant loss of income. Assumed representation from another attorney who had been offered $1,000.00 to settle the case. By providing thorough before and after comparison of professional and personal life of client, and with assistance of economist expert, obtained jury verdict for client in excess of $450,000.00.