A full-service environmental and industrial services contractor that specializes in waste management, environmental remediation, industrial cleaning and other industrial services took steps to enforce an employment agreement and restrictive covenants against a key salesman leaving the company to form a competing company. This matter was important to the environmental services contractor because the loss of the salesman and the salesman's decision to form a competing company could greatly impact its annual revenues.
Waller assisted the contractor in enforcing its employment agreement and its non-solicitation provision to help protect the company against losses involving key customers.
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.
Represented Richard Schmidt, former bankruptcy judge, following issues of alleged impropriety in the bankruptcy process by Marble Ridge’s founder, Dan Kamensky.
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.
Assisted a toy manufacturer and distributor in getting Amazon to remove advertising by a competitor for products that infringed on its patents.
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.
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.