The firm served as lead counsel for Ameron International Corp., a leading manufacturer of large diameter piping for the petrochemical industry. The claimant was the former owner of a company acquired by Ameron who alleged that he was due additional monies under the parties’ earn-out agreement. The firm successfully defended the claim, with the arbitrator finding that the accounting policies followed by the former owner failed to comply with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. That ruling resulted in lower revenue totals and the former owners’ failure to meet the revenue goals established in the parties’ earn-out agreement.

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Wacoh Company v. Chrysler et al.
Served as lead counsel on behalf of Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC who was sued in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan by the more
EPCRA and RCRA compliance for a leading tobacco company's facilities
Advising a leading tobacco company on EPCRA and RCRA compliance for company's facilities that included tobacco manufacturing and processing, more
Suffolk Construction Company v. Interface Flooring Systems, et al.
Successfully represented Interface, Inc., a leading manufacturer of carpet tiles, in a series of product liability cases filed in Massachusetts, more
Inter Partes reexaminations for semiconductor startup company
Representing a successful semiconductor startup company in Inter Partes reexaminations of 4 patents relating to non-volatile more