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San Francisco, CA (Law Firm Newswire) March 2, 2016 – Sanjiv N. Singh, A Professional Law Corporation (SNS PLC), acting as lead litigation and trial counsel, secured a complete dismissal of claims filed against a long time Bay Area firm and its founder. The matter arose from a multimillion dollar breach of contract dispute culminating in claims including breach of fiduciary duty against SNS PLC’s client. The case was a complex matter spanning a two year timeline and involved a related arbitration matter in which SNS PLC had also secured a favorable settlement for a third party. SNS PLC’s defense […]


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San Francisco, CA (Law Firm Newswire) April 30, 2015 – Sanjiv N. Singh, A Professional Law Corporation (SNS PLC), acting as lead litigation and trial counsel, with co-counsel Kenneth Absalom of The Law Offices of Kenneth C. Absalom, obtained a complete victory for long-time agency entrepreneurs & industry leaders Steven Brisson and Laura Maness in their breach of contract and defamation lawsuit against bay area digital agency Propane Studio and its principal co-founder Neil Chaudhari. The case was a complex corporate and employment matter centered on claims of breach of contract, defamation, and defense of an aggressive cross complaint culminating […]


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Austin, TX (Law Firm Newswire) September 20, 2013 – A well-known Texas investor and philanthropist has been sued in an investment dispute. Ted Skokos is accused of breach of contract, fraud and breach of fiduciary duty in the lawsuit filed by Arthur Abbey. The lawsuit claims that in 2005 Abbey made a $4 million investment in 3F Therapeutics, a medical device company founded by Skokos, with the parties agreeing that Skokos would get 20 percent of profits after Abbey received capital from his investment. The complaint alleges that profits were taken out before Abbey was paid back. “An investment deal […]


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Washington, DC (Law Firm Newswire) March 27, 2012 – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit has affirmed a Southern Maryland District Court ruling that there is no enforceable contract between an expert witness and the intended third party beneficiary of that expert witness’ services. The Plaintiff in Isbell v. Friedman et al alleges that she paid Defendants $60,000 in exchange for promises to serve as expert witness and testify at trial, but that after collecting the money, Defendants quit without warning, claiming that they owed her nothing because their contract was with Plaintiff’s attorney, not Plaintiff. In […]


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