Represented Internet flower retailer in a class action advancing “e-commerce” consumer fraud claims under California’s unfair trade practices acts. The case raised complex jurisdictional and appellate issues under the Class Action Fairness Act while the case was pending in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. Also, to defend the class action, we developed survey evidence showing that only a small percentage of putative class members would have been “confused” or otherwise “deceived” by the alleged unfair trade practices. The case was ultimately settled on terms favorable to the client in a nationwide class action settlement approved by the Los Angeles County Superior Court.

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Fraud litigation for a world-renowned luxury goods manufacturer
Represent a world-renowned luxury goods manufacturer in antitrust litigation. Case pending. more
Over $200 million syndicated senior-secured revolving and term loan credit facilities to a sports and entertainment food concession operator
Represented a lead agent and lead arranger in connection with over $200 million syndicated senior-secured revolving and term loan credit facilities more
Negotiation of long term ground lease for major hotel chain
Represented a hotel company in negotiation of long term ground lease for prototype mid-scale hotel, negotiation of development agreement, negotiation more
$200 million in syndicated bank loan facilities to an agricultural cooperative
Represented a bank, as lead arranger and administrative agent, in connection with over $200 million in syndicated bank loan facilities provided to an more