Served as lead counsel and successfully defended a financial services corporation in a multimillion dollar arbitration concerning a dispute over an automated call processing services and whether its activities fell within the scope of a technology license. After implementing an aggressive trial strategy, the plaintiff agreed to enter into a new license for a fraction of what it claimed as damages in the arbitration. We also persuaded former shareholders of the company to pay a substantial part of the new license fee.

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Trademark litigation for subsidiary to a Fortune 100 global infrastructure and financial services corporation
Obtained, in less than one week's time, a temporary restraining order on behalf of a lender subsidiary to a Fortune 100 global more
Not-for-profit law advice for Breeders’ Cup Limited
Advised the not-for-profit Breeders’ Cup Limited, a thoroughbred horse race operator, on New York not-for-profit law, leading to a reorganization of more
Favorable jury verdict in insurance coverage action
Represented ABT Building Products Corp. and ABT Co. Inc., one of the largest manufacturers of building materials in North America, and working more
State of West Virginia ex rel. E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company v. Perrine
The firm served as appellate counsel for a trial team representing DuPont in a major medical monitoring class-action in West Virginia and briefed a more