Prosecuted fifteen members of the Ku Klux Klan, American Nazi Party and other domestic terrorist groups on charges ranging from criminal conspiracy, illegal weapons possession, the setting of illegal fires, and unlawful assembly. Set a legal precent that helped end overt Klan recruitment activity by establishing for the first time in American judicial history that the Ku Klux Klan ceremonial cross 'lighting' ceremony is not protected by the First Amendment.
Fernandez v. Nester
Client (defendant in initial action) was sued for damages. Client counter-sued and obtained jury verdict with award to client in the amount of $85,477, inclusive of attorney fees.
Lowe v. Doe
Serious traffic accident case. Parties agreed to a binding arbitration with a floor of $25,000 and a ceiling of $125,000. Obtained maximum award of $125,000 for client.
Mason v. Moyer, et al.
Jan 01, 2011
Medical malpractice case involving a missed cancer diagnosis resulting in $400,000 settlement for the plaintiff.