Roxul USA, Inc. v. Armstrong World Industries, Inc, Delaware, Federal District Court: Represented Roxul Inc., the North American division of the world’s largest stone wool manufacturer, in civil antitrust litigation involving unfair competition and monopolization claims. Case resulted in a Confidential Settlement.
Refineria de Cartagena S.A. v. Chicago Bridge & Iron Company N.V., et al., ICC Arbitration: Representing Chicago Bridge & Iron in international arbitration arising from the megaproject construction of an oil refinery valued at US$8 billion.
Nutramax Laboratories, Inc., et al. v. Bioiberica, S.A., ICC Arbitration: Representing Nutramax Laboratories in international arbitration alleging breach of contract and trade dress violations against former manufacturer and distributor.
GN Netcom, Inc. v. Plantronics, Inc., Delaware, Federal District Court: Represented GN Netcom, Inc., a Danish-based global technology manufacturer, through trial in civil antitrust litigation involving unfair competition and monopolization claims under the Sherman Act and the Clayton Act. Obtained $5 million sanction and adverse inference for defendant’s spoliation of evidence pre-trial. Unfavorable jury verdict reversed by Third Circuit.
Security Data Supply, LLC, et al. v. Nortek Security and Control LLC, et al., Texas, Federal District Court: Represented defendant Nortek Security and Control, LLC in civil antitrust litigation alleging claims of price discrimination under the Robinson-Patman Act, tortious interference, corporate bribery, and unfair competition. Case resulted in a Confidential Settlement.
Epson America, Inc. v. Curtis International Ltd, et al., California, Federal District Court: Represented Epson America, Inc. in civil antitrust litigation involving false advertising in the consumer projector market. Case resulted in a Confidential Settlement.
Wayne Mitchell v. U.S. Bank Nat'l Assoc., Massachusetts, State Court of Appeals: Represented U.S. Bank in mortgage lending dispute. Achieved favorable trial verdict, and successfully defended verdict in Massachusetts State Court of Appeals.