Successfully defended one of the largest U.S. forest products manufacturers against a former employee's allegations that his termination constituted a breach of the applicable collective bargaining agreement, a retaliatory discharge prohibited by state law, as well as race discrimination prohibited by Title VII. We won summary judgment on all claims and a subsequent appeal to the Fourth Circuit. As a result, our client was awarded litigation costs.

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Agreement to provide managed network services, network security services, equipment refresh, transport services, ethernet virtual private network (EVPN), Anira, and voice services
Represented global provider of telecommunications services in connection with an agreement to provide managed network services, network security more
Employee benefits advice for one of the nation's largest providers of telephone and broadband services
Advised one of the nation's largest providers of telephone and broadband services with respect to compensation and employee benefit plan issues in a more
Recapitalization and asset sales for a textile company

The firm represented a Special Committee of the Board of a Virginia textile company in a series of recapitalizations more

Verizon Services Corp. v. Cox Fibernet Va., Inc.
The firm served as lead counsel on behalf of Cox Communications, which was accused of infringing a competitor’s patents relating to more