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Joe Kendall

Joe Kendall’s Legal Cases

7 total

  • In re UICI Securities Litigation

    Practice Area:
    Litigation
    Outcome:
    Settled after motion to dismiss was denied
    Description:
    Settled for 6.5 million
  • In re Enron Corporation Securities Litigation

    Practice Area:
    Litigation
    Outcome:
    Motion to Dismiss denied
    Description:
    Representation of Enron Employees and Shareholders against UBSPainewebber for that Company's knowledge and participation in Enron's infamous securities fraud.
  • In re TXU Securities Litigation

    Practice Area:
    Class action
    Outcome:
    Settled for $145 million
    Description:
    Securities fraud occurred in European operations of company. Settlement included corporate governance reforms intended to deter future financial fraud.
  • William Wetzel v. Thomas D. Karol, et al.

    Practice Area:
    Securities and investment fraud
    Outcome:
    Enjoined multi-million dollar transaction
    Description:
    Enjoined multi-million dollar transaction of ElkCorp enabling shareholders to get the highest sales price possible for their shares from a competitive bidder.
  • Alaska Electrical Pension Fund v. Brown, et al

    Practice Area:
    Litigation
    Outcome:
    Settled
    Description:
    Obtained a dozen corporate governance provisions to deter future securities fraud.
  • In re Dynegy, Inc. Securities Litigation

    Practice Area:
    Securities and investment fraud
    Outcome:
    Settled for $498 million
    Description:
    This case was a massive securities fraud that occurred in the wake of Enron. Company went to Citigroup asking for the type of creative financing that Enron received. When the truth was revealed employees went to jail, and the Company settled for $498 million.
  • DataTreasury v. Wells Fargo, et. al

    Practice Area:
    Patent infringement
    Outcome:
    Motion to Dismiss Denied
    Description:
    Represent patent holder against the top 55 major banks in the United States. Data Treasury holds the patent for check imaging. The USPTO has reexamined the patent twice and found the patent valid. Motions to dismiss were denied by the district court.