Obtained a judgment permanently enjoining a non-lawyer consultant from the unauthorized practice of law. 

After defeating a motion for summary judgment, obtained a settlement from a company in which it paid both the judgment debt of an insolvent, affiliated management company and all of our health care consulting firm client’s legal fees.

Secured a summary judgment against a public company in a fraudulent conveyance case brought by our bankruptcy trustee client.

Secured a treble damages judgment plus an award of attorney’s fee in a case alleging fraud by an investment advisor.

On the first day of trial, secured a dismissal of a malicious prosecution lawsuit.

In several individual disputes representing our medical software company client, successfully enforced the client’s contractual limitations on liability.

Successfully secured a settlement of a fraud case against a bankrupt art gallery whereby our client recovered his original, 19th century artwork.

After preparing draft complaint, secured a buyout of our entrepreneur client’s stake in his company enabling him to compete with the company he had founded.

When our client was experiencing cash flow issues, we contested the enforceability of a lease after a senior mortgage was foreclosed; resulting in the deferral for two years of the payment of rent.

When our client who had sold his business was sued by the buyer for fraud, secured a dismissal of the claims before trial.

When the internal partnership financial records of our international money manager client were subpoenaed in the divorce proceeding of one of the junior partners, secured a protective order preventing disclosure of the profitability of the partnership.

When our client, a registered representative of a national securities firm, was forced to pay damages to a purchaser of a variable annuity which the client had sold in accordance with the standard and accepted practices of his branch office, we reported the practices to the state securities division, we subsequently secured a whistleblower settlement whereby the securities firm reimbursed the client for the damages he had paid, paid all his legal fees and amended the client’s U-4 to state the firm had reimbursed the client for the settlement he had funded. 

When our clients, two siblings, alleged their elderly parent was being abused and exploited by another sibling, successfully obtained a preliminary injunction enabling the removal of the parent from the defendant’s home and an independent medical and psychiatric evaluation.