Soble Rowe Krichbaum attorneys are highly knowlegeable and experienced in all phases of complex litigation, representing both plaintiffs and defendants in traditional trial and appellate practice, as well as a growing number of clients in alternative dispute resolution. Soble Rowe Krichbaum lawyers have worked on, among others, the following complex litigation cases:
- Conlin, et al. v Upton, et al. (2014). Obtained a no-cause for homeowners after three-day jury trial in lawsuit filed by developer against the homeowners. The jury agreed that the homeowners’ bylaws were not restrictive covenants.
- SP Investment Fund III, LLC v Long, et al. (2012). Obtained a no-cause verdict for defendants after a six-day jury trial in which the plaintiff was seeking $1.6 million in damages related to an alleged breach of contract in a low-income housing real estate investment.
- Neal v Michigan Department of Corrections (2009). SRK lawyers played key roles in the $100 million dollar class action settlement for hundreds of women who were raped, assaulted, groped, and viewed by male guards while in prison.
- SRK conducted a four-day jury trial in a Bivens action for a vietnam war veteran. (2008).
- SRK obtained a preliminary injunction and favorable settlement in a corporate espionage case. (2007) RMS v Houston.
- United Auto Workers (2005). SRK attorneys made the strategic decision to sue first in a dispute related to the UAW’s investment in a Florida radio station. SRK defeated a $60 million breach of fiduciary duty claim and obtained a no-cause for the UAW. The jury awarded the UAW $1 million judgment against the other side in its case in chief.
- Obtained a 6th Circuit ruling that the strip search of several high school students was unconstitutional. Beard v. Whitmore Lake School Dist., 402 F.3d 598 (6th Cir. 2005).
- Ann Arbor Public Schools (2001). SRK attorneys obtained a $6.75 million settlement on behalf of the AAPS in a legal malpractice action.