Represented a national telecommunications company in a putative class action lawsuit, in which plaintiffs alleged fraud over its allegedly defective telephone, Internet and television service. The plaintiffs claimed the data backbone of the service was systematically defective, causing Internet, telephone and television connectivity problems. The court said that the forum selection and arbitration clauses contained in its terms of service agreements bar the plaintiffs from bringing their nationwide class action in his court. The court of appeals affirmed the district court’s decision in all respects in a published decision.

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Leather Indus., et al. v. EPA
The firm served as lead counsel in representing the city of Pueblo, Colorado in a successful challenge to parts of an EPA rule on sludge more
Copyright litigation for global technology provider
Served as lead counsel in representation of global technology provider regarding copyright holder in connection with claim for copyright infringement more
Employment litigation for a national fast food restaurant chain
Represented a national fast food restaurant chain in several workplace violence cases where patrons, along with the restaurant employees who came to more
Breach of contract dispute for Duke University Medical Center
Represent Duke University Medical Center in a dispute involving Massey Energy's alleged breach of a coal contract and its related unfair and more