Cooper Elliott Blog

Betrayed Trust and Livelihoods in the Balance: Ohio Malpractice Attorneys Find Justice

For Businesses| May 19, 2015

In this modern age of specialization, we rely now more than ever on experts to help us with complicated tasks. But what happens when there’s a breakdown in that trust? One of our clients found out the hard way. A promising business is imperiled Like a lot of inventors, Liam Moore* was extremely proud of …

Continue reading “Betrayed Trust and Livelihoods in the Balance: Ohio Malpractice Attorneys Find Justice”

Vindication: Ohio Malpractice Attorney Helps a Wrongly Convicted Veteran

For Individuals| May 12, 2015

Rich* was a military veteran whose dream was to own a bar. When a member of his waitstaff, Julia*, started showing up for work with bruises and a black eye, Rich stepped in. He knew Julia’s boyfriend. In fact, Rich had kicked the boyfriend out of his bar before. Rich suggested to Julia that she …

Continue reading “Vindication: Ohio Malpractice Attorney Helps a Wrongly Convicted Veteran”

Trust Lost and Gained: Keeping an 84-year-old Grandmother in Her Home

For Individuals| May 4, 2015

In the past few years it’s become common to hear about faceless, unfeeling companies practicing “predatory lending policies.” But what about when the predator is a trusted family friend? Betrayal of trust Louise Henderson*, an 84-year-old African-American great-grandmother living in an up-and-coming neighborhood of Washington, D.C., was proud of the house she and her late-husband …

Continue reading “Trust Lost and Gained: Keeping an 84-year-old Grandmother in Her Home”

Stonehenge Land Company’s Case Against Board of Education/School District Settles out of Court

Legal News And Updates| April 17, 2015

Columbus, Ohio – Business litigation law firm Cooper & Elliott is pleased to announce that the case between Stonehenge Land Company and a Board of Education (the full name has been withheld from this post for privacy) has reached a settlement agreement for $980,000. According to court documents, the settlement was reached after the trial court …

Continue reading “Stonehenge Land Company’s Case Against Board of Education/School District Settles out of Court”

Federal Judge OKs Multiple Cases Against Pilot Flying J for Fraud

For BusinessesLegal News And Updates| March 25, 2015

Columbus, Ohio – Trucking companies represented by Cooper & Elliott in cases against Pilot Flying J for alleged fraud, breach of contract, and negligent misrepresentation will be allowed to continue their lawsuits. U.S. District Judge Amul Thapar rejected Pilot Flying J’s request to dismiss these claims. Requests by Jimmy Haslam (CEO of Pilot Flying J) …

Continue reading “Federal Judge OKs Multiple Cases Against Pilot Flying J for Fraud”

Skip to content