ACTS Law attorneys Alin Ghayvandian and Slava Kasreliovich obtained a $2.2 million settlement in a premise liability case. An elderly woman in her 80s fell in her apartment complex on a puddle of rain water because of poor maintenance and upkeep of the property by the management company. In the fall, she broke her femur, which required surgical intervention. The injury stripped her of a lot of her independence and essentially deprived her of enjoyment of her golden years.
ACTS attorneys Terry Bailey, Brianna Franco, John Ramey, & Miriam Kohansedgh represented the HOA of a large Los Angeles condominium complex against the developer for construction defects. The parties engaged in SB-800 (Right to Repair Act) pre-litigation procedure consisting of multiple inspections, extensive expert participation and mediation sessions. ACTS, on behalf of the HOA, initiated arbitration proceedings, which is no longer necessary thanks to the successful mediation-based resolution. As a result of this settlement, the HOA will now be able to make the essential repairs needed to help their community flourish.
ACTS Law is pleased to announce a landmark judgment by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. The decision mandates a restitution of $53,189,261.80 to the Trustee of the Alliance of American Football (AAF), in addition to a global forfeiture of $740,000,000. The landmark decision followed an exhaustive pursuit of justice, which began in 2019 after the abrupt shutdown of the AAF. The ACTS Law team were able to prove that, despite the AAF being in bankruptcy, it was a direct victim of illicit funding by Reggie Fowler, former minority owner of the Minnesota Vikings.
ACTS Law partner Doug Rochen and attorneys Joe Finnerty and James Perry obtained a $1.57 million settlement in a medical malpractice, product defect case where the firm’s client was wrongly prescribed medication that led to a severely negative reaction, greatly jeopardizing her health.