De Villers v. County of San Diego.

De Villers v. County of San Diego. Attorneys from the Law Offices of Michael A. Gardiner (“LoMAG”) attorneys negotiated a walk-away settlement in the wrongful death civil lawsuit arising out of the so-called “American Beauty Murder.”  In the subsequent verdict following the jury trial, all of the other defendants were held liable.  The jury awarded $6,000,000 in actual damages and...
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Big Screen Entertainment Group Inc. v. Davis.

Big Screen Entertainment Group Inc. v. Davis. LoMAG attorneys were involved in obtaining a Preliminary Injunction prohibiting the Defendant from interfering with the distribution and exploitation of the Burt Reynolds, Raquel Welch, Charles Durning and Robert Loggia film, “Forget About It.”  When the defendant repeatedly violated the injunction, LoMAG attorneys were involved in obtaining...
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Maraziti v. Griffiths.

Maraziti v. Griffiths. LoMAG attorneys won a nearly half million dollar judgment following a Court trial on behalf of the seller of five veterinary practices and associated real property and equipment..   The case, which arose out of a previous settlement agreement among the parties, was ultimately decided on theories of unjust enrichment and benefit had and received.
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In re Biofilm.

In re Biofilm. LoMAG attorneys were involved in the successful contested Plan confirmation trial of a Chapter 11 debtor.  The Chapter 11 Plan involved a litigation trust that permitted the debtor to appeal an adverse civil judgment.
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In re MC Sales, LLC (Official Creditors Committee v. Alfaro).

In re MC Sales, LLC (Official Creditors Committee v. Alfaro). LoMAG attorneys successfully negotiated a settlement of an avoidance action brought post-confirmation by the Official Creditors Committee against one of the Debtor’s principals.  The settlement, for under 16 cents on the dollar, significantly increased the ultimate payout to unsecured creditors. .”
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Day v. Millard.

Day v. Millard. LoMAG attorneys represented the chief accountant and controller of a real estate fund accused of operating a Ponzi scheme.  Our attorneys obtained the dismissal following a series of motions when the Court sustained a demurrer to the Third Amended Complaint.
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