Represented Manhattan Associates who hired an employee who had previously worked for competitor. The employee did not have a non-compete obligation in favor of former employer. After our client hired the employee, the competitor filed suit in Minneapolis alleging "inevitable disclosure" and seeking a TRO to enjoin its former employee from working for our client. We successfully defeated the motion for TRO. In March 2006, we defeated temporary restraining order sought by plaintiff (to enjoin defendant's employment with Manhattan Associates).

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Syndicated real estate finance for leading global investor and developer of quality real estate
Represented leading global investor and developer of quality real estate on a multi-billion refinancing of its property fund. more
China expansion for one of the world's leading providers of lighting fixtures
Represented one of the world's leading providers of lighting fixtures and related products and services in structuring its expanding operations in more
Catastrophic injury services for burn injury from industrial boiler explosion
Represented a man injured when an industrial plant boiler exploded causing superheated steam to escape.  The case settled through mediation. more
Patent prosecution and counseling for University of Connecticut
Represents the University of Connecticut under government contract and prosecutes patent applications for biological and chemical technologies such more