After a hard-fought binding arbitration in a dispute over the purchase of a business, the firm obtained a substantial six-figure award of damages and prevailing-party attorneys’ fees.
Through motion practice, the firm obtained the dismissals, with prejudice, of individual defendants alleged to be the “alter egos” of a business entity.
The firm successfully obtained a ruling dismissing its publicly-traded client named as an alleged “Doe” defendant in long-pending litigation.
The firm acted as local counsel for a well-known Delaware law firm to obtain document and deposition discovery in California for an action pending in the Delaware Court of Chancery.
Super Lawyers Magazine named Damien Lillis a Northern California Super Lawyer in Business Litigation for the fourth consecutive year.
We are still waiting for the trial court to issue formal statements of decision in the two breach of fiduciary duty cases we took to trial in 2012-2013 (mentioned in our 2013 Q1 update).