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Recent BTLG client success:

Transactions

  • Negotiated multi-year $7M + software license between nuclear medicine technology company and Fortune 50 equipment manufacturer
  • Represented seller in acquisition of software technology assets for $3.5M
  • Negotiated sale of regional chemical distributor to top U.S. manufacturer for more than $12 million
  • Represented parties in the successful merger of existing entities creating medical equipment sales and service supplier at over $5M in annual sales

Litigation

  • Successfully defended and resolved $60M+ litigation between competing information technology companies
  • Recovered over $130,000 for client from Maryland health provider  
  • Obtained judgment and recovered payment in full of more than $300,000 for a landlord from a commercial tenant who had willfully terminated its lease and vacated the premises
  • Recovered over $80,000 from California company in settled federal court litigation
  • Obtained judgment for construction contractor against owner of over $28k
  • Obtained court award for more than $14K in attorneys' fees and costs, in addition to over $9K in principal due, for client and against insurer who acted in bad faith in failing to properly investigate or pay claim
  • Obtained court award for sanctions of over $8K against opposing party for their bad faith discovery actions in litigation

The results above provide current and perspective clients with examples of the cases the firm has litigated in recent years.  Each case is different and BTLG's past record is no guarantee of future result.


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