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Waste management company negotiates $400,000 debt in dispute with municipal customer

One of the largest providers of non-hazardous solid waste collection, transfer, disposal, recycling, and energy services in the United States faced a dispute with a significant municipal customer over the potential application of penalties for missed collections under the former contract. This matter involves public negotiation over a $400,000 debt.

Waller represented the waste management company in the dispute and negotiation of debts.

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Cookeville Regional Medical Center resolves false claims allegations

Represented CRMC in a multi-year investigation regarding claims that the medical center violated the Anti-kickback Statute and Stark Law and negotiated a favorable settlement with the Department of Justice.

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Former bankruptcy judge seeks representation in litigation matter

Represented Richard Schmidt, former bankruptcy judge, following issues of alleged impropriety in the bankruptcy process by Marble Ridge’s founder, Dan Kamensky.

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HBCU fights death penalty sanction against its college of pharmacy

Representing a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in litigation against a national accreditation agency that withdrew accreditation from the HBCU’s school of pharmacy, one of only a handful in the United States that focuses on producing pharmacists of color.

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Toy company wins patent infringement case

Assisted a toy manufacturer and distributor in getting Amazon to remove advertising by a competitor for products that infringed on its patents.

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Regions Bank defends class actions in connection to PPP loans

Representing Regions Bank in three class actions related to PPP loans pending in federal courts in Alabama and Florida and also appeared on its behalf before the US Multidistrict Panel.

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Toy company wins trade dress and copyright infringement case

Represented the toy company in a claim of trade dress infringement and copyright infringement that resulted in the defendant changing the graphics of its packaging of a product that resembled our client’s product.

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