Represented Manhattan Associates who hired an employee who had previously worked for competitor. The employee did not have a non-compete obligation in favor of former employer. After our client hired the employee, the competitor filed suit in Minneapolis alleging "inevitable disclosure" and seeking a TRO to enjoin its former employee from working for our client. We successfully defeated the motion for TRO. In March 2006, we defeated temporary restraining order sought by plaintiff (to enjoin defendant's employment with Manhattan Associates).

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Chapter 11 cases representing examiner for a subprime mortgage lender
Represented William F. Perkins, the examiner appointed in the Chapter 11 cases of HomeGold Financial Inc., HomeGold Inc. and Carolina Investors Inc., more
Trademark infringement for a large American retail company
Assisted large American retail company in investigating and pursuing trademark infringement in Asia, including potential criminal and civil remedies. more
Conducted internal corporate investigation for a Maryland bank
Conducted internal corporate investigation for a financial institution and negotiated a consent to the issuance of a cease and desist order with the more
Carbon sequestration programs and carbon credits for major wood products manufacturer
Represented major wood products manufacturing client with its ongoing efforts to identify and capitalize on state carbon sequestration programs more