March 20, 2018 by John David in Litigation

Franchisee Alleges Fraud in Counterclaim Against Search Firm Sanford Rose Associates

Nebo & Finch, Inc. says executive search firm illegally recorded phone calls, violated wiretapping laws PLANO, Texas (March 20, 2018) – A franchisee of Sanford Rose Associates recently filed a counterclaim in Texas district court that alleges fraud and deceptive trade practices among other charges against the executive search firm.

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April 24, 2017 by John David in Litigation

Miami Medical Malpractice Attorneys Win $33.8 million in Traumatic Brain Injury Case

Mallard & Sharp successfully represent family of infant disabled during delivery MIAMI (April 24, 2017) – Medical malpractice attorneys for the law firm of Mallard & Sharp, P.A.  celebrated a bittersweet victory this week, receiving a $33.8 million verdict on behalf of a brain damaged baby.  The Court held that

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April 04, 2017 by John David in Litigation, Privacy

Lexington Insurance and Attorneys Sued for Disclosing Confidential Mediation Information, Bad Faith

Mintz Truppman, P.A. files lawsuit after insurance company publishes confidential mediation communications MIAMI (April 5, 2017) – Mintz Truppman, P.A., recently filed an amended lawsuit in Miami-Dade Circuit Court, against Lexington Insurance Company and its attorneys Cozen O’Connor.  The defendants disclosed confidential mediation communications and Lexington acted in bad faith in

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October 10, 2016 by John David in Litigation

Manion Stigger LLP and Cooper & Elliott LLC Sued for Fraudulent Concealment, Legal Malpractice by Pinnacle Surety

Construction bond firm claims attorneys secretly assisted former employees in violating employment agreement LOUISVILLE, KY (October 10, 2016) – Pinnacle Surety, a professional surety bond agency, recently filed an amended complaint to its legal malpractice lawsuit against Manion Stigger LLP and Cooper & Elliott LLC in U.S. District Court.  In

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June 27, 2016 by John David in Litigation

Genesis Founder Sues Stuntwoman, Nutrition Spokesperson Cheryl Sanders for Defamation

Supplement company founder slandered and extorted by ex-wife and former business partner Austin, Texas (June 27, 2016) – Robert Lindsey Duncan, the founder of nutrition supplement companies Genesis Today, Inc. and Genesis Pure, Inc., recently filed a wide ranging civil lawsuit against celebrity spokesperson and stuntwoman Cheryl Sanders (a/k/a Cheryl

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January 06, 2016 by John David in Litigation

Cunningham Holdings, Inc. Sues Chemoil and Glencore LTD for $890 Million Fraud

Companies secretly diverted millions in renewable energy tax credits, states multi-count lawsuit Murrieta, Calif. (January 06, 2016) – Cunningham Holdings Inc., a private investment management firm, recently filed a wide sweeping counter lawsuit against Chemoil Corporation and Glencore Ltd., a subsidiary of Glencore Plc (GLEN:LN).  The lawsuit alleges fraud, unjust

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March 02, 2015 by John David in Litigation, Privacy

Doctor Files $100 Million Conspiracy Lawsuit Against Insurers, U.S. Government

Claims Malicious Prosecution and Insurance Industry Conspiracy with the Government NEW YORK (March 2, 2015) — New York physician Dr. Mark Shapiro recently filed a $100 million malicious prosecution lawsuit alleging a far-reaching conspiracy among insurance companies and the government.  The lawsuit, filed by the Davidoff Law Firm, alleges organized

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January 07, 2015 by John David in Litigation, Uncategorized

Investors Sue Bioheart, Inc. for Millions in Unpaid Debt

Company with long-time investors Dan Marino and Jason Taylor owes more than $2 million SUNRISE, Fla. (Jan 7, 2015) – A recently filed lawsuit claims that stem cell company Bioheart, Inc. (BHRT) accepted millions of dollars in loan guarantees from a former company officer and his now ex-wife but acknowledges

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November 19, 2014 by John David in Litigation

New Jersey Muslim Leader Sues Newark Board of Education and Ras Baraka

Special education teacher and prominent Imam claims religious discrimination, wrongful termination NEWARK, N.J. (Nov. 19, 2014) – Legal discovery continues in a lawsuit filed earlier this year by prominent Newark Muslim leader Mustafa El-Amin against the Newark Board of Education and former Newark Central High Principal and current Newark Mayor

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October 23, 2014 by John David in Intellectual Property, Litigation

FairfieldNodal Sues Wireless Seismic, Inc. for Patent Infringement, Seeks Damages

Exploration Products Willfully Sold Globally in Violation of FairfieldNodal Intellectual Property SUGAR LAND, Texas (Oct. 23, 2014) – FairfieldNodal, a leading designer and manufacturer of seismic surveying and exploration systems, recently filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Wireless Seismic Inc. in the U.S. Eastern District Court in Texas, claiming that

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