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Kevin Joseph Pratt
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Kevin Pratt’s Legal Cases

7 total

  • LVNV Funding v. Hunter

    Practice Area:
    Lawsuits & Disputes
    Date:
    Dec 17, 2009
    Outcome:
    Case was dismissed and LVNV paid our client's attorneys fees
    Description:
    Client was sued by LVNV claiming a credit card debt.
  • Capital One v. Philip

    Practice Area:
    Debt Settlement
    Date:
    Feb 07, 2011
    Outcome:
    Settled for $6000.00
    Description:
    Client was sued on a credit card debt. Client indicated he was willing to pay $7500.00 to settle the debt.
  • Canty v. West

    Practice Area:
    Lawsuits & Disputes
    Date:
    Dec 06, 2010
    Outcome:
    Case was dismissed with prejudice.
    Description:
    Our client was sued for tresspass and damages to real property. We discovered an error in the plaintiffs title.
  • Roddy White attempts to get a man arrested

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Apr 27, 2011
    Outcome:
    Case dismissed prior to court
    Description:
    Roddy White alleged Mr. Cobb was holding his probowl football jerseys and would not return them. TMZ, Channel 2 news, the Atlanta Journal, the local papers, and radio stations all ran the story. I represented Mr. Cobb in his defense.
  • Ford Motor Credit v. Worthy

    Practice Area:
    Litigation
    Outcome:
    We defended the case and ultimately settled for pennies on the dollar.
    Description:
    Ford sued our client for a claimed overmiles after a lease.
  • GAJAANAN INVESTMENT LLC v. SHAHIL

    Practice Area:
    Litigation
    Date:
    Aug 09, 2013
    Outcome:
    Won at trial and won the appeal
    Description:
    My clients were defendants in a lawsuit against their company and against them personally based on the sale of a business. When it became obvious that the individuals had significant other debt it was decided that they would file bankruptcy. The plaintiff in the lawsuit filed an adversary case in the bankruptcy court to convince the judge that the debt to them was not dischargeable. In a rather odd decision the bankruptcy indicated that my clients had misrepresented facts about the business. The case was sent back to State Court where my clients won. The Plaintiff then appealed to the Georgia Court of Appeals arguing that the bankruptcy judge had already found for fraud so they should not have had to prove fraud in State Court. The Court of Appeals disagreed. The defense verdict we obtained was upheld.
  • Ford Motor Credit v. Herd

    Practice Area:
    Contracts & Agreements
    Date:
    Jun 16, 2014
    Outcome:
    Summary Judgment denied
    Description:
    Client was sued after repossession of a vehicle. Plaintiff filed for summary judgment. They lost the motion because the we stopped them from proving Ford owned the debt.