Interesting Cases

Patterson Wins $32.3 Million Verdict
On behalf of RevoLaze, LLC, Patterson Law Firm won a $32,262,488.50 legal malpractice jury verdict against attorney Mark Hogge and Dentons. This is a win for RevoLaze against a firm...
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Insurance Coverage: Patterson Wins Where Prior Law Firm Fails
A Path to Victory: One Educational Training Center’s Road to Justice. The Patterson Law Firm, LLC won an insurance coverage jury verdict for $534,000 in Cook County on June 16,...
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Lawyers Chicago
Bank Breach of Contract: Patterson Wins Where Prior Law Firm Fails
Three months before the trial, a New York law firm represented a guarantor being sued for $8 million. The case was linked to the largest mixed-use real estate development project...
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Gambling Loan Dispute
Gambling Friendship Gone Wrong After a Breach of Oral Contract
Michael Haeberle and Jack Battaglia represented a plaintiff in a dispute over loans given for gambling during a weekend trip to Las Vegas. The plaintiff and the defendant were close...
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Winning for Lloyds: The Magic of New Technology
The Magic of New Technology. In federal court, we represented a small insurance brokerage company backed by Lloyds of London that was sued by a large insurance company represented by...
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When Real Estate Partners Collide
A general partner in a real estate partnership sought our help. His limited partners obtained a restraining order to temporarily stop the sale of partnership condominiums to raise funds to...
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The Un-Neighborly Cooperative
Ten intrepid homeowners in a residential cooperative complained about their board of directors. The board had discriminated against them. One of our clients came home to find an ax in...
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The Relationship Between Personal Injury Actions and Insurance
In one case, we were asked to represent a disabled person injured by the negligence of a caregiver. The company that gave the care was broke, but it had insurance....
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Real Estate Development Litigation: Called in a Crisis
We met a real estate developer who was being sued for over a million dollars for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, and related theories. His attorney had...
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