Defense Verdict

April 2008

Karen Wheeler successfully defended an action involving numerous claims. Prior to trial, the court granted summary judgment with respect to claims of fraudulent misrepresentation, retaliatory eviction and outrageous conduct. All other claims went to trial. At the close of plaintiff’s evidence, the court entered directed verdict for the defense with respect to a second fraudulent misrepresentation claim, two claims of libel per se, and one claim of negligence per se. Following defendant’s evidence, the jury returned a defense verdict on Plaintiff’s last remaining claim.

Recent Success

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