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So far Greg Snell has created 41 blog entries.

Unfair Business Practice Results

Manager of real estate brokerage business, also related through marriage to owners, was sued in nine separate counts, including theft of trade secrets, breach of contract, injunction and defamation, among others.  Manager client went to work for another real estate broker.  Case settled with no payment being made by client and client relieved of all [...]

By |April 14th, 2017|Unfair Business Practices Results|0 Comments

Intellectual Property Results

Shoe store business client, engaging in retail, catalog and internet sales, had customer information hacked by a competitor from server hosting website.  Competitor used information to solicit customers of client just prior to when client ordinarily would contact customers and offered similar discounts to those offered by client.  Competitor was Canadian company and was sued [...]

By |April 14th, 2017|Intellectual Property Results|0 Comments

Employment Results

Employee of business client terminated for poor performance.  Employee, who had brought two prior worker's compensation claims, sued client for worker's compensation retaliation claiming termination was related to her filing of worker's compensation claim.  At jury trial, after employee put on case, sought a directed verdict on behalf of client and court granted. An employee [...]

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Intellectual Property – Employment – Breach of Contract – Unfair Business Practices

Represented New Jersey based major new home interior finish design and installation company and employees sued by Georgia based competitor/former employer of employees in federal court in Virginia and Florida for trade secret theft under common law and state versions of Uniform Trade Secrets Act, breach of restrictive covenants, and violation of the Computer Fraud [...]

By |April 7th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Unfair Business Practices – Breach of Contract

Represented major international Czech Republic based manufacturer of aviation lighting products, New York based distributor of aviation lighting products and Czech Republic citizen in suit brought by individual in Illinois state court for fraudulent misrepresentation, breach of contract, promissory estoppel and unjust enrichment. Obtained dismissal of all claims against New York distributor and Czech Republic [...]

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Employment

Represented Nevada hotel cleaning services company in litigation brought by alleged employee in Massachusetts state court for overtime under the Massachusetts Wage Act. Contended fluctuating workweek method of compensation applied and damages were only roughly 25% of what was being sought. Obtained confidential settlement satisfactory to client prior to filing a response with the court.

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Employment

As soon as you hire one employee, business becomes more complicated. By the time you have 10 or 20, you should discuss your company’s employment policies and practices with an employment law attorney. Snell Legal attorney Greg Snell has provided employment law representation to many of the largest and most prominent employers in the Daytona [...]

By |March 17th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Breach of Contract

Breach of contract is one of the most common causes of business damage. Breach of contract can occur with written and oral contracts and with all variety of those with whom businesses have relationships, such as employees, vendors, customers, insurance carriers, professionals, among many others. Sometimes a breach of contract results in a loss of [...]

By |March 9th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Unfair Business Practices

They say that imitation is the highest form of flattery but when you’ve built a successful business and somebody else tries to take what you’ve got it’s just wrong. We know what to do. Whether it’s theft of trade secrets or trade dress, infringement of intellectual property such as a trademarks or patents, cybersquatting and [...]

By |March 9th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Ownership Disputes

Business ownership disputes can be much like a divorce. They can be ugly, and costly, and maybe even fatal to the business. Unfortunately business ownership disputes often involve people who were friends, are married, or who are otherwise family members. It’s critical with ownership disputes that involved attorneys have a firm grasp of realistic legal [...]

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