02 / 11 / 2013

The Vethan Law Firm, PC ("VLF") Successfully Captures $1,000,000.00 in Summary Judgement

In an intensely litigated case before the Honorable Bankruptcy Judge Jeff Bohm, VLF successfully obtained partial summary judgment regarding the ownership of $1,000,000.00 for our client, AFI Services, LLC on a real estate deal gone bad.

The Plaintiff, an attorney and sophisticated real estate investor, argued the $1,000,000.00 he had invested in AFI Services, LLC was never property of the Defendant and accused our client of improperly claiming rights to the property, and filed a motion arguing that the money was his. VLF disagreed and countered with its own partial summary judgment. After presenting the evidence both in the motion and at the hearing on several days, the Judge agreed with VLF over the protestations of the Plaintiff and commemorated his ruling with a twenty-four page opinion.

VLF again proved that with the proper sling, David beats Goliath, every time.

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