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Constitutional Law

 

We (Memphis Attorneys) successfully represented the Estate of Lorenzen Wright, NBA star and hometown hero, against the City of Germantown… “for their failure to lawfully respond to Mr. Wright’s 911 call.”

 

Click Here: Commercial Appeal Coverage of Lorenzen Wright Case

 

Click Here: WREG Coverage of Lorenzen Wright Case

 

Employment Discrimination

We (Memphis Attorneys) have obtained noteworthy success in our federal employment discrimination practice in the following cases:

 

Branson vs. Harrah’s Entertainment, et. al., 2:08-cv-02804

(U.S. District Court Western District of Tennessee 2011)

 

Blayde vs. Harrah’s Entertainment, et. al., 2:08-cv-02798-BBD

(U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee 2011)

 

Click here: Court Opinion in favor of aggrieved Plaintiff, Mr. Blayde

 

 Click here: Court Opinion in favor of aggrieved Plaintiff, Mr. Branson

 

 

Personal Injury / Premises Liability

 

Atty. Daniel Lofton (Memphis Attorney) successfully litigated and obtained favorable settlement of $200,000 for apartment complex tenant who was victim of landlord’s negligence whereby party contracted Histoplasmosis and suffered debilitating injuries. (E. vs. R., Circuit Court of Desoto County, Mississippi, 2009)

 

 

Commercial Litigation

 

Atty. Daniel Lofton successfully litigated and obtained a favorable settlement of $140,000 for small business owner who was victim of accountant’s malpractice.

(A. vs. J., Circuit Court of Desoto County, Mississippi, 2010)

 

 

Personal Injury / Products Liability

 

Atty. Daniel Lofton successfully litigated and obtained a favorable settlement of $67,500 for restaurant patron who was victim of supplier’s faultily manufactured food product. (B. vs. B., Circuit Court of Desoto County, Mississippi, 2010)

 

 

Bankruptcy

 

Atty. Daniel Lofton (Memphis Attorneys) assisted bankruptcy debtor with conversion from Chapter 13 to Chapter 11 proceedings which resulted in elimination of approximately $375,000 in secured mortgage claims. (In Re H., United States Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Tennessee, 2009)

 

The firm brought Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings on behalf of small business owner which resulted in elimination of approximately $200,000 in improper business claims thereby allowing debtor to start new business. (In Re Abdlrasul, United States Bankruptcy Court Western District of Tennessee, 2009)

 

 

Criminal Defense

 

The firm obtained complete dismissal of forgery charges brought against identity theft victim.(State of Mississippi vs. T.H., Circuit Court of Desoto County, 2011)

 

Successfully defended and attained an acquittal of defendant accused of counterfeiting in violation of Federal Law. United States of America v. T.D.M., (Western District Tennessee No. 2:03-cr-20010-JPM-1). Link

 

 

 

 

 

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