Payne v. Goodyear — I was lead class counsel in a consumer class action for property damage done when radiant heating hose manufactured by Goodyear failed. The Massachusetts Federal District Court certified six state class action, and after years of litigation the case was resolved nationally for $320,000,000.
Scott v. Putnam Investment — I represented a former high-level Putnam employee who was terminated for cause for allegedly engaging in market timing, thus forfeiting tens of millions of dollars in deferred compensation. After my expert, one of the foremost authorities on market timing, confirmed that Mr. Scott was in fact not engaged in market timing the matter settled on very favorable financial terms plus a concession by Putnam to correct its employment records to establish that Mr. Scott was not terminated for cause.
Pham v. Wong — When ceilings collapsed destroying three small businesses in Boston's Chinatown, I sued David Wong, a major landlord for violation of the Massachusetts Consumer Protection statute. The jury returned a verdict in my clients' favor, which the court doubled and awarded legal fees.
Demoulas v. Demoulas — I represented a widow-shareholder in litigation brought by her husband's siblings. Following an arbitration and a trial, my client's and her daughters' shares in the grocery store chain were confirmed to be unencumbered by voting obligations which rendered her and her daughter a swing-vote block in this highly contentious and litig