Sampling of Business Litigation Settlements

Litigated Bank’s Right to Take Possession of Property It Foreclosed Upon

Litigated the right of a bank to take possession of property the Bank had foreclosed upon but prior to the foreclosure had been sold at an upset tax sale when the upset tax sale purchaser took the property subject to the bank’s mortgage.

Successfully Brought Injunction Action to Stop Use of Bank-Owned Property as MotoCross Racetrack

Successfully brought an injunction action to stop the use of a property as a motocross racetrack when the property had been rightfully foreclosed upon and the ownership transferred to the Bank.

Successful in Having Motion to Dismiss Granted and Complaint Dismissed on Behalf of Medical Servicer for Federal Bureau of Prisons

On behalf of a medical servicer for the federal bureau of prisons we were successful in having a Motion to Dismiss being granted and the Complaint dismissed on the basis that all claims asserted by the inmate were frivolous and a claim could not be asserted against the medical servicer.

Granted Summary Judgment by United States District Court for Middle District of Pennsylvania to Uphold Validity of a Lease

Was granted summary judgment by the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania upholding the validity of a lease entered into prior to natural gas being located in the region. The litigation proceeded to the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals, which upheld the decision of the lower court.

Successfully Won Dismissal of Case Prior to Trial

Successfully won the dismissal of a case prior to trial based upon the Plaintiff’s failure to provide discovery responses. The dismissal was granted as a sanction for violations of the Court’s discovery orders which was upheld by the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals as just and proper.

CONFIDENTIALITY OF MCARE SETTLEMENTS: Although not mandated by law, the standard Release that is required in most settlements of medical malpractice cases which includes contributions from the MCARE Fund contain a confidentiality provision which prohibits the settling party or his or her attorney from divulging details about either the case or the terms of the settlement.

The complexity of a medical malpractice lawsuit demands a team of highly skilled attorneys, paralegals, nurses, support staff and technical experts. Over the last five years, the experienced and dedicated team at Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn has recovered a record number of verdicts and settlements for victims of medical malpractice or their families.