Represented an individual and his five franchises, as plaintiffs, in a lawsuit against defendant regarding alleged violations of a non-competition covenant in the franchise agreements. The trial court granted summary judgment in favor of plaintiffs, finding that the non-competition covenants were void as a matter of law. This ruling was affirmed by the Georgia Court of Appeals. The Georgia Supreme Court unanimously affirmed the trial and appellate court decisions and rejected all of defendants arguments. A jury trial is requested for August or September 2009 to determine damages.

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Breach of fiduciary duty case against employee of a Fortune 200 company
Successfully represented a Fortune 200 employer in trial and appeal against a former employee who engaged in self-dealing in breach of his more
University of Kansas v. Larry Sinks, et al.
Successfully represented University of Kansas in a trial against JoeCollege.com, a retailer selling various apparel using colors and other indicia of more
City of Raleigh groundwater variance
Obtained complex variance for the City of Raleigh allowing the use of monitored natural attenuation to remediate groundwater and resulting in savings more
Contract Dispute Arbitration for a publicly traded supplier of industrial parts
Represented a publicly traded supplier of industrial parts in the successful arbitration of a significant breach of contract dispute against one of more