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Anthony Ladd, et al. v. Nashville Booting, LLC

Nashville, Tennessee personal injury lawyers represented Plaintiffs who sued Defendant on class action municipal code violation theory claiming that Defendant violated § 6.81.170(E) of the Code of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee (“Ordinance”)[2] stated that it was “prohibited and unlawful” for a booting service “[t]o fail to remove the boot within... More...   $0 (05-11-2023 - TN)

Rohit Mukherjee and Shuvra Mohinta v. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, et al.

Birmingham, Alabama immigration lawyers represented Plaintiff seeking a writ of mandamus.

A writ of mandamus is a court order that commands a public official or organization to take a specific action. It is an extraordinary remedy, which means that it is only available in limited circumstances.

To obtain a writ of mandamus, the petitioner must show that the official or organizati... More...
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Verlon L. Davis v. SAS Clobal Corporation

Birmingham, Alabama civil litigation lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendant on a breach of contract theory.

n Alabama, a breach of contract occurs when one of the parties to a contract fails to fulfill their obligations under the agreement. This can happen in a number of ways, such as by failing to deliver goods or services, failing to pay money, or failing to perform a specific... More...
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Carroll J. Robinson v. Scott L. Sanders and McLane Company, Inc.

Brunswick, Georgia personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiff who sued Defendants on auto negligence theories.

This case was filed in the State Court of Wayne County, Georgia, STCV2021000027, and was removed to federal court by the Defendants.

cLane Company, Inc. is one of the largest supply chain services leaders in the United States, providing grocery and foodservice solution... More...
   $1 (05-10-2023 - GA)

United States of America v. Nickolas Sharp

New York City, New York criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with stealing gigabytes of Company 1's data.

In December 2020, SHARP secretly stole gigabytes of Company-1’s data. While purportedly working to remediate the security breach he created, SHARP extorted the company, as an anonymous hacker, for nearly $2 million for the return of the files and the identificatio... More...
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United States of America v. Joseph James O’Connor, a/k/a "PlugwalkJoe"

New York City, New York criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant cared with cyberstalking and multiple schemes that involve computer hacking, including the July 2020 hack of Twitter.

Joseph James O’Connor, aka PlugwalkJoe, 23, was extradited from Spain on April 26.

“O’Connor’s criminal activities were flagrant and malicious, and his conduct impacted multiple people... More...
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United States of America v. Benjamin Morton

Boise, Idaho criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with sexual exploitation of a child.

An investigation was begun of Benjamin Morton, age 39, of Nampa, Idaho, when the Boise Police Department (BPD) received information that an adult male, pretending to be a juvenile online, had arranged to meet the 14-year-old victim. BPD later identified Morton as the suspect and determ... More...
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Ryan Dumas v. Santander Consumer USA, Inc.

West Palm Beach, Florida consumer law lawyer represent Plaintiff who sued defendant on a Telephone Consumer Protection Act violation theory under 47 U.S.C. 227, which provides, in part:

(b) Restrictions on use of automated telephone equipment
(1) ProhibitionsIt shall be unlawful for any person within the United States, or any person outside the United States if the recipient is withi... More...
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The Estate of Bishar Ali Hassan v. Municipality and City of Anchorage, et al.

Anchorage, Alaska civil rights lawyer represented Plaintiff who sued Defendants on excessive force wrongful death theories under 42 U.S.C. 1983.

Plaintiffs brought this suit pursuant to 42 U.S.C. §§ 1983, 1985, and 1986 seeking redress for alleged violations of Plaintiffs' federal constitutional rights guaranteed by the Fourth, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendments.[51] The Court has ju... More...
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United States of America v. Silvestre Guzman-Isaias

Las Cruces, New Mexico criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with re-entry of a removed alien in violation of 8 U.S.C. 1326(a) and (B), which provide:

(a) In generalSubject to subsection (b), any alien who—
(1) has been denied admission, excluded, deported, or removed or has departed the United States while an order of exclusion, deportation, or removal is outstandin... More...
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Sandra K. Larsen and James L. Laren v. Safeco Insurance Company of Illinois

Cheyenne, Wyoming insurance law lawyers represented Plaintiff who sued Defendants bad faith breach of insurance contract theories.

This case was filed in the Third Judicial District, Lincoln County, CV2022-91-DC, and was removed to federal court by the Defendant.

"Wyoming bad faith law is a set of laws that govern the relationship between insurance companies and their policyholde... More...
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Jeffrey Helvie v. Chad Jenkins

Denver, Colorado civil rights lawyer represented Plaintiff who sued Defendant on an excessive force theory.

On August 23, 2018, at approximately 11:45 p.m., Deputy Jenkins observed Plaintiff [Helvie] make several traffic infractions while driving a Nissan pickup truck. Specifically, Deputy Jenkins observed [Helvie] turn without using a signal; accelerate, slow down and then accelerate to ... More...
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Gregory Geiser v. Peter Kuhns, ekt al.

Los Angeles, civil litigation lawyers represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants seeking civil harassment restraining orders.

Plaintiff Gregory Geiser filed petitions for civil harassment restraining orders against defendants Peter Kuhns and spouses Mercedes and Pablo Caamal, after defendants demonstrated at plaintiff's place of business and in front of his residence in an attempt to prev... More...
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Cameron Kaminski v. Christina Hayek

Los Angeles, California civil litigation lawyers represented Plaintiff who sued Defendant alleging intentional interference with prospective economic relations, intentional interference with contractual relations, unfair business practices in violation of Business and Professional Code section 17200, and defamation per se.

As alleged in his complaint, plaintiff was a talent manager ... More...
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United States of America v. Le Erland Fannin

Billings, Montana criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with possession with intent to distribute meth.

Defendant entered his plea of guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge Timothy J. Cavan in open court on April 21,2023. United States Magistrate Judge Timothy J. Cavan entered Findings and Recommendation in this matter on April 21, 2023 (Doc. 25). No objections having be... More...
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United States of America v. Cristobal “Cris” Magno Rodrigo, Glenda Tiglao Rodrigo, and Christian Ryan Tiglao Rodrigo

Juneau, Alaska criminal defense lawyers represented Defendants charged with conspiracy to violate the Indian Arts and Crafts Act for crimes committed when they owned and operated several businesses in Ketchikan, Alaska, involving the sale of Philippine produced stone carvings and wood totem poles as authentic Alaska Native produced artwork.

Between April 2016 through December 8, 2021, C... More...
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Charna Williams, et al. v. State Farm Fire and Casualty

Mobile, Alabama insurance law lawyer represented Plaintiffs who sued Defendant on a bad faith breach in insurance contract theory.

This litigation is about an insurance dispute -- the amounts allegedly owed. Specifically, Plaintiffs Charna and Brandon Williams (Williams, Mrs. Williams, or Mr. Williams) own a single-family residential property located at 7143 Wynncliff Drive in Mobile... More...
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The People v. Douglas White

Martinez, California criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with assault and battery.

White and Jane Doe had been engaged for about two years when, in early 2020, they decided to take "a break." Doe testified that White moved out of her Antioch apartment at that time.

About six months later, in June 2020, White showed up at Doe's apartment, let himsel... More...
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Fleming & Curti, PLC v. David Dixon

Santa Ana, California probate law lawyers represented the parties in a dispute of property owned by a trust.

After Keith Alan Dixon died intestate, the public administrator sold Dixon's residence, unaware that Dixon had previously executed a grant deed transferring the real property to the Dixon Charitable Remainder Unitrust (the Trust). Respondent Fleming & Curti, PLC, the trustee, ... More...
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United States of America v. Cristobal Palomerez-Heredia

Little Rock, Arkansas criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charge with illegal reentry after deportation.

On March 18, 2020, officers with the Star City Police Department responded to a shots-fired call. When officers arrived, they found Palomerez-Heredia pacing back and forth, appearing aggressive and agitated. While trying to detain Palomerez-Heredia, he charged the officer, ... More...
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Devin Andrich v. James Matthew Allen

Phoenix, Arizona personal injury lawyers represented Plaintiff and Defendant conversation theory.

¶2 In October 2014, Allen hired Andrich as a paralegal. At the time, Andrich was homeless and facing criminal charges arising from misconduct related to his own legal practice.

¶3 In December of that year, Allen helped Andrich to secure a place to live from a mutual f... More...
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In re the Matter of: Allan J. Moore, Jr. v. Cynthia Renee Dasilva

Phoenix, Arizona family law lawyer represented Petition and Respondent in divorce action.

¶2 This dispute arises out of a divorce, which was first filed in 2004. As part of the asset distribution of Moore's retirement account, DaSilva received an overpayment of $7,819.53. Moore filed three motions in 2008 requesting relief. The superior court granted judgment in favor of Moore for t... More...
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United States of America v. Debra Lynn Mercer-Erwin

Sherman, Texas criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with an international drug trafficking conspiracy

Debra Lynn Mercer-Erwin, 60, was found guilty by a jury following a two-week trial before U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant. Mercer-Erwin was convicted of money laundering; wire fraud; conspiracy to manufacture and distribute cocaine; and conspiracy to manufacture and dis... More...
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National Hosemen's Benevolent and Protective Association v. The State of Texas, et al.

Lubbock, Texas civil litigation lawyers represented Plaintiffs who sued Defendants seeking injunctive relief.

In hopes of standardizing horseracing regulation, the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act of 2020 (HISA) empowered a private entity to draft nationwide regulations subject to the Federal Trade Commission's review and approval. In response, the plaintiffs claimed that HISA was unc... More...
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United States of America v. Wilbert Jean Stanley, III and Felicia Jackson Stanley

Tallahassee, Florida criminal defense lawyers represented Defendant charged with one count each of wire fraud conspiracy, money laundering conspiracy, and making false statements in connection to COVID-19 pandemic relief.

“The theft of any amount of taxpayer funds is inexcusable but stealing over $4.8 million dollars from honest, hardworking Americans truly in need of pandemic relief is... More...
   $0 (05-03-2023 - FL)

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