Represented a mother and her two young daughters in a product liability case against multiple defendants.  The family's mobile home caught fire when a sofa made out of flammable material caught fire and emitted toxic smoke.  The mobile home only had two exit doors, both located in the living room area where the sofa was located.  One daughter suffered burns over 96% of her body and the other perished in the fire.  The sofa's flammable material and the mobile home's lack of adequate exits and smoke detectors resulted in the injuries.  The case settled through mediation.

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Securitization funding conduit in connection with $100M trade receivables securitization facility and letter of credit facility for commercial finance company
Representation of commercial finance company and its related securitization funding conduit (and issuer of agency rated commercial paper) in more
Public-private partnership for private development of a large U.S. public school system
Represented one of the 25 largest U.S. public school systems in a public-private partnership for the private development of public schools. more
Global trademark portfolio management for Krispy Kreme Doughnuts
Manages all aspects of the global trademark portfolio for Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. We assisted the company in expanding its operations into dozens of more
Global trademark licensing and portfolio management and enforcement for JA Apparel Corp. (dba Joseph Abboud)
The firm serves as global trademark and licensing counsel to JA Apparel Corp., a $400 million worldwide lifestyle apparel, home furnishings and more