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Theme Park Litigation

February 1, 2018|Categories: Case Studies|

Developed and litigated the E&O claims of a plaintiff theme park owner against the designers/builders of several attractions. The action involved litigation in various state and federal courts, culminating in an extensive multi-media presentation at mediation with several of the defendant design professionals and their E&O liability carrier.

Delay Claims and Change Order

January 24, 2018|Categories: Case Studies|

Developed and litigated the claims of plaintiff restaurant owner against the delay claims and change order claims of general contractor. General contractor’s claims exceeded $1.2 million. The action was arbitrated over a three-week period under AAA rules. The owner’s claim included the use of multi-media presentations of substantive evidence and [...]

Theme Park Prosecution

January 10, 2018|Categories: Case Studies|

Developed and prosecuted the claims of a plaintiff theme park owner against the designer/builder of an attraction. The action was arbitrated over a three-week period before an international panel of arbitrators sitting in Toronto, Ontario, Canada under the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Rules. The plaintiff’s claims presentation included extensive [...]

School Board and General Contractor

January 1, 2018|Categories: Case Studies|

Prepared for trial and mediation the defense of claims by the Charleston, SC school board against the general contractor of a new high school. After handling all aspects of discovery and depositions in the case, the matter was settled at a complex mediation involving 30 parties, 2 mediators and spanning [...]

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