In a dispute over a major flood at a construction project, secured a favorable settlement that included payment of all of the client’s damages, all of the client’s attorneys’ fees, and a six-figure “bonus” amount.
In a dispute over change orders and retention on an apartment building project, secured favorable multi-million-dollar settlement for general contractor after filing multiple mechanic’s liens and litigating in arbitration.
In a dispute over unpaid amounts for work on a housing project, secured favorable settlement for a second-tier subcontractor client after suing the general contractor directly under a third-party beneficiary theory.
In a dispute over the faulty construction of the roof of a hospital, secured multi-million-dollar settlement for construction defect plaintiff.
In a dispute over unpaid construction work, secured full payment for subcontractor client on surety bond claim after general contractor abandoned construction project.
Won a significant victory for a client in a complex, three-week jury trial before the Superior Court of Los Angeles, California. The plaintiff sued the client for breach of contract and intentional interference with contract, seeking more than $2,000,000.00 in damages. Jeremy filed counterclaims for breach of contract and conversion. After hearing many days of testimony and argument, the jury deliberated for less than two hours before rendering a unanimous verdict in favor of the firm’s client.
In a dispute over whether the client could purchase a multi-million-dollar property that was already under contract to a third party, secured the property for the client at a favorable price.
Landlord / Tenant Disputes
In a dispute over approximately $2,500,000.00 in rent, won summary judgment on the rent issue in the amount of $2,450,000.00, and later secured a favorable settlement for the remaining rent at issue.
In a dispute over a commercial lease, secured a judgment for possession of the property for a tenant whose subtenant had failed to pay rent.
Complex Legal Issues
In a jurisdictional dispute between a Maryland-resident plaintiff and Washington, D.C. company involving a Virginia construction project, successfully forced the plaintiff to dismiss his Maryland case in favor of litigating in Virginia.
In a dispute regarding international shipping, as well as New York and Maryland companies, defeated a motion to dismiss the case from a Maryland court based on purported jurisdictional deficiencies.
In a dispute regarding a construction project completed over 18 months late, secured a favorable settlement for client, including amounts for home office overhead and general conditions delay damages.
In a medical malpractice dispute, secured insurance coverage for the client from a third party’s insurance company where the client was not even named on the insurance policy as a covered party.
In a dispute over worker’s compensation premiums, litigated the applicability of out-of-state temporary coverage, as well as the applicability of punitive damages.
Jeremy is married and has a daughter and son. Outside of the office, Jeremy likes to cycle and brew beer.