Our lawyers have extensive trial experience and unsurpassed intellectual firepower. As a consequence, many of our clients have requested that we represent them in a variety of non-employment matters. Bringing an injunction-like sense of urgency to civil and commercial litigation, such as defamation, breach of contract, wrongful use of civil proceeding-type cases, continues to deliver value and advantages for our clients.
Defeated motion for temporary restraining order filed in state court against university by a graduate student who accused university of violating her contractual and constitutional due process rights after being dismissed from doctoral program.
Azzam v. Temple University, No. 003215, Phila. Ct. of Common Pleas (2009)
Obtained summary dismissal in federal court on former student’s claims of breach of contract and violation of constitutional due process concerning university disciplinary hearing procedures, its findings, and the sanctions imposed by the university on the former student.
Johnson v. Temple University, No. 12-00515, E.D.Pa (2013)
Obtained dismissal of plaintiff’s affirmative claims in commercial contract litigation in federal court.
It’s All Wireless, Inc. t/a Pro Mobile Gear v. Woot, Inc. (Amazon.com subsidiary), Civil Action No. 10-6704, E.D.Pa. (2014)
Obtained dismissal of a student’s complaint alleging discrimination and due process violations on behalf of all defendants in federal court.
Osei v. Temple University, et al., No. 10-2042, E.D.Pa. (2011)