When You’re Not in Kansas Anymore: Beware the Force of Jurisdictional Error

January 7, 2016 We were successful several times last year, and again on Monday, having cases dismissed summarily on the first Court date. Ordinarily, it is more difficult to have a case determined early, and nowhere near as quick as the first Court date, plus there are several procedural steps to be taken. Think of […]

Different Strokes: What to do When Sales Don’t Meet the Description

May 8, 2015 In a recent commercial litigation matter we handled, a considerable dispute arose when our client – a large construction contractor – was provided with the wrong trade materials by their supplier (special paints and sealants with specific attributes), causing all sorts of problems for them, and ultimately, the loss of a great […]