The firm represented several affiliated entities in a dispute over a tenant-in-common investment in a hotel property. The firm’s clients had been sued for fraud, and the plaintiffs were seeking to enforce an earlier, seven-figure arbitration award against each of our clients on the basis of “alter ego.” One week before trial, the court heard oral argument on the firm’s motion for summary judgment (plaintiffs had delayed the hearing by seeking a continuance to secure additional discovery). The same day as the hearing, the court granted the motion, which dismissed all of plaintiffs’ remaining claims and dismissed the case.
Reynolds Frizzell Secures Crucial Summary Judgment for Major Real Estate Client
Kayci White 2020-02-11T23:00:49+00:00