Obtained favorable ruling in US Supreme Court denying Petition for Writ of Certiorari and preserving client’s temporary injunction against hospital.
Prevailed in bench trial in New Jersey representing former officer and minority investor in national retail company in connection with claims against majority investor and others for fraudulent inducement to extend maturity date of certain subordinated notes later significantly impaired by company’s bankruptcy.
The firm obtained a unanimous jury verdict in Harris County in a tortious interference case related to a complicated real estate transaction.
Obtained summary judgment for real property owner for removal of fraudulent lien, damages and attorney’s fees against real estate investor.
Obtained summary judgment against insurer on duty to defend commercial real estate property title policy.
Jillian Schumacher, Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, was recently elected to serve as Treasurer of the Houston Bar Association Appellate Practice Section.
Kristin Kruse Lotz received the President’s Award this year for her work with the Houston Bar Association.
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Assisted homeowner in securing variance from Board of Adjustment after violation of city ordinance found by city zoning official.
Secured confirmation by U.S. Federal Court of $14 million arbitral award from London Court of International Arbitration.
Successfully negotiated advantageous settlement for a janitorial company on a breach of contract case.
Successfully pursued and obtained recovery on personal guarantees from purchaser of commercial real property.
Obtained favorable settlement for steel fabricator in fraudulent transfer and alter-ego case.
Successfully obtained and had affirmed on appeal a $1.4 million judgment in favor of commercial land developer on a wrap-around promissory note.
The firm obtained a summary judgment against insurer for failure to defend on a directors’ and officers’ liability policy.
The firm obtained a $9.8 million settlement on behalf of a number of employees and non-employees due to the individuals’ exposure to a toxic release.