TOP 5 COMPLEX COMMERCIAL LITIGATION CASE STUDIES

/TOP 5 COMPLEX COMMERCIAL LITIGATION CASE STUDIES

A TRULY “BET-THE-COMPANY,” KNOCKDOWN, DRAG-OUT STREET FIGHT

Strategy: Know where you want to go before you start your journey. Although this case was not our highest dollar value case (under $5 million at issue), in Sanchez v. Readix, et al., Etan Mark, serving as lead counsel, successfully defended a South Florida engineering firm in a truly “bet-the-company,” knockdown, drag-out street fight against [...]

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THE LEGAL ABUSE OF PUBLIC STATUTES

Strategy: Accept your flaws then no one can use them against you. Or, own your bad facts. It is not illegal to be a gadfly. When Martin O’Boyle, a prominent Gulfstream businessman, was accused of violating the federal racketeering statute, Etan Mark served as co-counsel to defend him from those claims. Specifically, the Town of [...]

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LOAN LOSS RECOVERY STRATEGY

Strategy: A-B-C or Always Be Closing Creative. Admittedly, this representative case is really a summary of dozens of federal cases that Josh Migdal and George Breur have brought on behalf of their clients related to misconduct in a mortgage transaction. While most attorneys representing lenders in the wake of the financial crisis were focusing on [...]

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REGAL BELOIT CORP V. DRECOLL / TO COMPETE OR NON-COMPETE

Strategy: Relentlessly leverage your opponent’s bad facts. Key executives of our client, a major auto component parts manufacturer, after being actively involved in acquisition negotiations with a target competitor company, left and surreptitiously acquired the target to compete directly with prior employer. Unfortunately, our client lacked non-competes or contractual restraints on the departing executives’ ability [...]

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EMBEZZLEMENT. MALFEASANCE. NEGLIGENCE.

Strategy: Strike quickly and truly. After discovering that a long-time employee of a Palm Beach based privately held company had embezzled an estimated $7.5 million over a 10-year period, Don Hayden assisted in obtaining an emergency freeze order on bank accounts that the employer had fictitiously opened and other assets within 30 days of first [...]

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