A payroll company suspected that an ex-employee had stolen around $1.1 million. After successfully achieving injunctive relief and expedited discovery, it was established that the scheme was much larger than originally suspected and had been going on for over seven years.
Waller successfully sought a temporary restraining order to freeze funds diverted from the company's accounts held in the ex-employee's bank account, and the ex-employee admitted to the scheme under oath and agreed to the entry of judgment against him. The company was able to recover over $3 million in stolen funds.
Obtained preliminary and final injunctive relief blocking a logistics employee from joining a competing business as well as poaching employees and customers in violation of a non-compete agreement.
Serve as primary debtor’s counsel to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding pending in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
Served as legal counsel to FirstBank in its $100 million subordinated notes offering.