Bayou City Broadcasting, Inc. v. Dish Network, Inc.; In the United States District Court for Colorado (Denver Division) – The firm was retained by the Evansville, Indiana-based broadcasting company to pursue its claims against Dish Network for non-payment of retransmission fees. Firm member, Bruse Loyd, successfully prosecuted the case, quickly reaching a settlement for all fees owed, plus interest. The case received extensive coverage in the broadcasting industry media.
Carrizo Oil & Gas, Inc. v. GE Oil & Gas Pressure Control, LP, et al.; In the 215th State District Court of Harris County, Texas – The firm successfully defended a ring gasket manufacturer after it was sued in a Texas court for allegedly supplying General Electric with a faulty ring gasket that GE inserted into a frac-valve assembly causing an explosion at an oil well site in the Marcellus Shale geological formation in northeast Pennsylvania. Through the use of metallurgical testing and expert testimony, the firm succeeded in having all claims against its client dismissed by the court for lack of evidence, months before trial.
Integrated Solutions v Global Data Systems, Inc.; In the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas (Austin Division) – The firm was retained by Global Data Systems, Inc. to defend it against the claim that it had breached a Letter of Intent between the parties, effectively killing a merger with the plaintiff and causing plaintiff to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars spent putting the deal together. The firm’s defense was successful, winning a unanimous jury verdict before the legendary United States District Judge Sam Sparks.
R.A.M., L.L.C. et al v Hill, et al. ; In the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (West Palm Beach Division) – The firm was retained by the defendants to represent them in what began primarily as a business divorce and evolved into a trademark dispute spanning several states. The firm successfully defended the case, winning at the trial level and ultimately settling the case at a mediation ordered by the appeals court.