• Troy Slome prevailed at trial on behalf of private investors against an institutional lender on quiet title and lien priority claims relating to real property. (Los Angeles Superior Court, 2020.)
  • Troy Slome prevailed in an arbitration on behalf of an overseas manufacturer against a purchasing company on breach of contract and indemnity claims and obtained an award in excess of $7.2 million. (JAMS, 2020.)
  • Robert Meylan, Mary Chu, and Grace Chen prevailed in a two week trial on behalf of Honda Trading America Corporation and secured a verdict in excess of $19 million on claims for fraud, fraudulent concealment, misrepresentation, conversion, intentional tort, and intentional misrepresentation. The verdict was the 26th largest verdict in California in 2019. (https://topverdict.com/lists/2019/california/top-50-verdicts.)
  • Raymond Kim and Shaunt Arevian prevailed on behalf of a major real estate development firm in contesting the standing of a putative partner asserting derivative claims on behalf of the firm, which ruling led to a favorable settlement. (Los Angeles Superior Court, June 2019.)
  • Raymond Kim and Shaunt Arevian prevailed in a five day arbitration on behalf of a leading plush toy maker on claims for breach of contract and trademark infringement against a leading television production company. (JAMS, May 2017.)
  • Robert Meylan and Shaunt Arevian obtained a multi-million dollar award after a two week arbitration on behalf of R. Neil Malik, founder of a major private equity firm, against Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors on claims of breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty. (JAMS, December 2016.)
  • Vincent Davitt and Shaunt Arevian obtained terminating sanctions and a complete victory on behalf of owners of a luxury condominium building in Westwood, California against the contractor on a multi-million dollar mechanics lien claim. (Los Angeles Superior Court, June 2014.)
  • Vincent Davitt and Anita Jain secured a victory for their clients in front of the California Court of Appeal, Second District. The Court of Appeal reversed the trial court's summary judgment ruling against the clients, holding that they can proceed with their unfair competition claims against a developer/seller of a high-rise condominium project. (California Court of Appeal, February 2014.)
  • Bob Meylan, Vincent Davitt, and Anita Jain secured a victory for their clients in front of the California Court of Appeal, Second District. In a published opinion, the Court of Appeal held that the amount of a contractor's mechanics lien claim against the clients was capped by the amount of the contractor's construction contract. (California Court of Appeal, February 2013.)
  • Vincent Davitt, Shaunt Arevian, and Anita Jain obtained summary adjudication of California Constitutional debt limitation claims on behalf of Fortune 500 Global bank, Dexia Credit Local, against the City of Bell relating to $35 million in bonds issued by the City. (Los Angeles Superior Court, February 2013.)
  • Vincent Davitt and Anita Jain obtained summary judgment on behalf of a lender in two separate lien foreclosure actions, one involving a lien worth more than $2 million, relating to the development of the Hermosa Beach Pavilion. In both cases, the liens were invalidated. (Los Angeles Superior Court, December 2011 / January 2013.)
  • Anita Jain obtained a favorable trial verdict in an action challenging the property rights of the City of Los Angeles. The challenge was based on a chain of title issues arising from a subdivision in 1906. (Los Angeles Superior Court, March 2011.)
  • Anita Jain and Vincent Davitt obtained a favorable trial verdict in an action involving quiet title and cancellation claims. (Los Angeles Superior Court, January 2011.)
  • Robert Meylan and Shaunt Arevian secured an affirmance in full on behalf of the heirs of the late musician, Eva Cassidy, in an appeal stemming from disputed licensing and film rights. The opinion was published and available at Blix Street Records, Inc. v. Cassidy, 191 Cal.App.4th 39, 119 Cal.Rptr.3d 574 (2010). (California Court of Appeal, December 2010.)
  • Robert Meylan secured an affirmance in full of an anti-SLAPP ruling in favor of our client on an issue of first impression whether the filing of a foreign lawsuit is protected activity. The opinion was published and available at Guessous v. Chrome Hearts, LLC, 179 Cal.App.4th 1177 (2009). (Metropolitan News-Enterprise, December 2009.)
  • Vincent Davitt secured $49.7 million recovery on a cross-complaint for his liability insurer client against a county agency arising from the Los Angeles Red Line subway construction project. The county agency had initiated the suit against the client for breach of contract, insurance bad faith, fraud, and unfair business practices, seeking over $100 million in contract damages, along with bad faith and punitive damages. (Los Angeles Superior Court, August 2006.)
  • Robert Meylan's hard-fought victory over Mattel in Mattel Inc. v. Realtoy International Ltd. is listed as one of the top ten defense verdicts of 2004. (Los Angeles Daily Journal, January 2005.)