Mr. Fleming successfully represented the founders of a small software company in a securities fraud case in the U.S. District Courtâ€”Northern District of Georgia. The clients were the founders of an Indiana company that developed and sold computer-based practice management systems to medical offices. The defendant corporation acquired the company in a stock-for-stock exchange. Soon after the merger (and prior to the clients being able to sell their newly acquired stock), the stock price of the acquiring company crashed. Mr. Fleming asserted claims against the acquiring company and its top management based on false and misleading statements made in the Merger Agreement about the defendantâ€™s financial condition and business prospects. The case settled on the eve of trial for $3,250,000.00.
Jan 10, 2001
Mr. Fleming's first trial as lead counsel, Wilson v. Brantley, (Fulton County State Court, No. 93VS7837 January 10, 2001) resulted in a $705,000 verdict. The last offer of settlement by defendants prior to trial was $30,000.
Wert v. Weiser, et al
$5.5 Million Verdict
This was the first medical malpractice case Mr. Fleming tried as lead counsel and resulted in a $5.5 million verdict. Defendants made no offer of settlement prior to trial.