FSC Secures Dismissal of All Claims For Private Equity Client in Eight-Figure Dispute
Lead by shareholder Glenn Orman, FSC secured a dismissal of all claims against its client in a long-running securities fraud, breach of contract, and fraud case in Atlanta, Georgia. The plaintiff in this complex litigation asserted more than thirteen causes of action against FSC’s client and a damage model in the eight figures, only to see all claims asserted against FSC’s client all be dismissed by agreed order.
After intense disagreements involving a failed private equity investment boiled over into the plaintiff threatening to sue all parties involved, including FSC’s client, FSC was able to dive into the complex world of this investment deal and mount successful defenses to resolve the case in the client’s favor.
“This was a very complicated case with an extremely contentious plaintiff who was difficult at best to contend with. After nearly 35 years in business, this was by far the best I have been represented in any litigation situation,” a co-founding member of FSC’s client said after the victory. “Glenn’s knowledge of the facts, the law, and his well thought out strategy to achieve the best possible outcome for us was truly remarkable. Ultimately this led to a favorable outcome that we were pleased with.”
Shareholder Michael T. Cooke and associate Jeffrey D. Parks also made significant contributions to the victory.