Successfully defended against business tort claims and claims of “imputed partnership” for real estate investor in week-long bench trial

Two real estate investors with properties in California, Nevada, and Texas terminated their relationship, after which, the other party alleged the two had actually been “partners” and asserted claims of fraud and other business torts, as well as claims of an “imputed partnership” with the client, seeking damages of nearly $8 million.  Defense judgment issued as to all tort and partnership claims.

Closely Held Company/Breach of Contract; Fraudulent Transfers; Alter Ego and Enterprise Liability

Represented owners of multiple closely held companies in defense of breach of contract and fraudulent transfer claims by defendants seeking to impart liability on affiliated companies and the owners individually for $10,000,000 in damages.  Settled claims for a fraction of claimed damages.