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Robert Adam Meyers

Robert Meyers’s Legal Cases

4 total

  • Equity Residential, et al. v. ACE, et al., King County No. 08-2-15092-5, Court of Appeals No. 63351-9-I

    Practice Area:
    Contracts & Agreements
    Date:
    Oct 29, 2010
    Outcome:
    Case dismissed, order of dismissal upheld on appeal
    Description:
    Defended ACE in multi-jurisdictional contract litigation commenced by Equity Residential, a Chicago-based S&P 500 company founded by real estate mogul Sam Zell. In that litigation, Equity Residential alleged that ACE owed millions of dollars under a series of contracts.
  • 303NW, LLC v. En Fuego Sports, King County No. 09-2-33313-1

    Practice Area:
    Contracts & Agreements
    Date:
    Sep 09, 2010
    Outcome:
    Settled
    Description:
    Represented 303NW, LLC in contract dispute relating to series of charity basketball games involving current and former Seattle Seahawks football players.
  • Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon v. ACE, et al., Oregon District Court No. 04-3373

    Practice Area:
    Contracts & Agreements
    Date:
    Apr 17, 2007
    Outcome:
    Settled
    Description:
    Represented ACE in a contract dispute against the Portland Archdiocese, which related to a series of series of sex-abuse claims against the Archdiocese. The dispute had national precedential implications, as it was part of the Portland Archdiocese's bankruptcy, which was the first bankruptcy in history that involved a Catholic diocese.
  • American Medical Response Northwest, Inc. v. ACE American Ins. Co., et al., 2011 WL 5056991 (D.Or. Oct. 21, 2011).

    Practice Area:
    Contracts & Agreements
    Date:
    Oct 21, 2011
    Outcome:
    Case dismissed. Ruling discussed in an article published in 16-21 Mealey’s Emerg. Ins. Disputes 7 (2011).
    Description:
    Defended ACE in high-profile, multi-party insurance contract lawsuit commenced by a national ambulance services company. The company sought millions of dollars in insurance proceeds relating to 14 underlying lawsuits in which patients alleged that they had abused in the back of an ambulance.