A Boutique Business and Personal Injury Firm
Chris helped a client who had surgery on her broken arm after she slipped on a rug in an AirBnB.
Chris helped a family that lost a loved one when a truck struck her vehicle and took her life.
Chris helped a young man that was severely injured in a motorcycle accident when a negligent driver suddenly changed lanes in front of him.
Chris helped a client recover $350,000 in a trademark dispute.
Chris helped a client recover from an environmental claim.
Chris helped a client recover $100,000 in a workplace discrimination case.
Chris helped a client recover $250,000 because a negligent dog owner let his dog go off leash causing him to fall and break his wrist.
Chris helped a client that suffered injuries when a negligent driver pulled out of an apartment complex in front of her.
Chris won at trial when our client sued for $220,000 on a breach of contract.
Chris sued and obtained a judgment after a borrower failed to repay a client's $75,000 loan.
Chris sued and quickly obtained a settlement check from a company he lent money to that was refusing to repay him.
Chris helped a client that was wrongfully sued by one of the biggest companies in the world for trademark infringement and got the case dismissed along with a nice settlement.
We have successfully helped several businesses in high stakes litigation.
In once case we saved the owner of a business with annual profits of $5 million from nearly losing his business. If we had lost, the Plaintiff would have taken over the business. We went to court in the Delaware Chancery court, defeated their motion for summary judgment, and obtained a very favorable minimal settlement.
We have sued banks and won very favorable settlements.
We have taken on huge companies like Exxon and Lionsgate, State Farm and Liberty Mutual, with armies of the highest priced lawyers around and come out on top.
We have saved dozens of businesses and consequently preserved family wealth through the Chapter 11 business bankruptcy and reorganization process. High net worth individuals must also generally utilize Chapter 11 instead of Chapter 13. This process can work for any type of business. We have represented the following types of businesses:
We have represented many companies in the purchase or sale of assets and equity, loans and financings, and raising capital.
We help many businesses with their commercial agreements including executive and employment agreements, commercial agreements of all kinds, joint venture agreements, leases and more.