Won cases

In our long history of helping Texan people and businesses, we’ve accumulated a 98% of positive verdicts rate, which beats any of our local competitor’s margins by double digits…

Even if we’ve tried to, it would have been an awfully long of a page to list all of the 98 hundred cases we won, helped to dismiss, drop or settle in those 27 years.

These are our most recent victories, which we’ll be updating regularly with newer ones…

Boucheron

While we were dealing with the patent lawsuits that the Boucheron. company filed against their competitors in the market, we’ve had a long and arduous fight. As our whole intellectual property and patent rights division of lawyers.

Result: win.

Michelle Monaghan

This case featured an African American Nurse subjected to a Mandatory unpaid Overtime at work and a Hostile Work Environment. She reported the organization and has been targeted against.

Result: We’ve achieved a verdict in the favor.

Gary Winkler

It was about a male employee being a subject to sexual harassment by another male colleague while on a business trip. The undesired and uncalled for touching was reported to supervisors who tried to keep the issue quiet.

Result:  Obtained a favorable settlement.

Walter Mayham

Our client with a mental health condition has been repeatedly accused of shoplifting the electronics and gadgets from a major shopping store chain. Our client continually stated his innocence. Negotiations proved difficult because the client had a prior history of thefts.

Result:  Case dismissed on the first day of trial.

Amy Adams

In this particular case, a female employee has faced unfair and hostile treatment at her job on the basis of her race. The employee has thus been wrongfully terminated. Our team of lawyers was able to negotiate a reasonable settlement and her personnel record was amended…

Result:  Obtained a favorable settlement.

Moen

The most recent case that we’ve worked at for this Internet giant’s company has been about the mergers & acquisition. That department, managed by our senior lawyer and managing partner Gerald Harrison worked on this specific case for over a year.

Result: in favor of our client.

John Hancock

The John Hancock company has been one of our oldest clients, being services by our lawyers since 1992. Most recently we’ve been helping them in solving one of the business disputes inside their company’s management. Eventually, it never have gone to the court hearings.

Result: settlement.

Jamez Murdoch

The case here has been about an unlawful job termination by a big pharmaceutical company… During the long process of investigation and fact checking it turned out to be a case of discrimination by the race or ethnicity. Our team of lawyers and paralegals worked hard.

Result: win.

Ranfort Highberry

This client was charged with possession of a controlled substance. Officers walked into a parking lot and declared that they saw a bag with a white substance which the client then allegedly hid. When the client was apprehended, the officers found a bag.

Result: Case dismissed, charges dropped.

Scandic

While we’ve been working with this IT company well since the ’90s, most recently we were able to settle a decision in client’s favor while suing the unlawful use of patented intellectual property by a Chinese state company. As a result of it, we settled the case in client’s favor.

Result: Settlement

Janice Grieg

Edward, Janice’s husband has tried to declare the prenuptial agreement those 2 signed as null and void. While we protected the legal grounds of that document, we found out and proved to the court and the judge, that he was seeking to collect a newly obtained principal capital.

Result: case dismissed

Home Depot

While we’ve been working with this nationwide retailing chain for many years, most recently we’ve been able to settle an intellectual property case in their favor. That one has been one of the most complex, paperwork filled and complicated cases in our firm’s entire legal practice

Result: settlement.

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