From successfully reversing a travesty of justice for sexual abuse victims of a 3-decade government scheme, to protecting and defending victims of discrimination from unethical litigation tactics, to protecting a famous restaurant from theft of Trade Secrets and Intellectual Property Rights through receipt of a Temporary Restraining Order and monetary sanctions, to litigating complex Merger & Acquisition and Contract-Based and TRO Litigation, the experienced Litigation Team at Morris & Morris has been engaged in influential litigation throughout the country. Our experienced team of litigators protects its clients from wrongdoing -- before the litigation commences, and even after. Our experienced litigation team has successfully proven intentional and willful destruction or manufacturing of key evidence on multiple occasions, including multiple monetary sanctions against bad actors on multiple occasions, including sanctions recoveries of over $250,000, over $135,000, and over $25,000 for our clients, as well as receiving Adverse Jury Instructions related to intentional destruction of evidence.
The Business & Corporate Team at Morris & Morris is uniquely equipped to provide focused services on the design and development of new business opportunities. M&M has assisted numerous Corporate Entities throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and beyond, in selecting the type of business structure, designing and developing the appropriate filing with the appropriate state authorities, designing and developing the Shareholder or Partnership Agreements, and obtaining a Federal Employer Identification Number. You can entrust the team at Morris & Morris with your critical corporate start-up decisions.
From target inception to implementation of the acquisition or merger, the Mergers & Acquisitions and Business & Corporate Teams at Morris & Morris provide guidance on negotiation, document preparation and review, protection of your business investment, and implementation of acquisition and merger targets. Entrust your decision to the team at Morris & Morris to protect your investment.
Sanctions Judgments Are Immediately Enforceable
On October 23, 2020, Minnesota District Court agreed with Morris & Morris litigation team, and holds that Judgments imposing sanctions upon a party, and their counsel, are immediately enforceable despite not being immediately appealable, denying Defendants' request to delay enforceability of judgments until final merits judgment is rendered.
District Court Dismisses Counterclaims and Bars Evidence
On September 30, 2020, Minnesota District Court Chief Judge Tunheim agreed with the argument raised by Morris & Morris and Dismissed Counterclaims and barred admission of any documentary evidence in a ruling that positions M&M's client for success going into a multi-million dollar trial -- all due to the substantial efforts undertaken by the Morris & Morris Litigation Team.
District Court Awards Monetary and Adverse Jury Instruction
On Friday, August 21, 2020, Chief Judge Tunheim, from the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota, confirmed a sanctions award in favor of the Morris & Morris Litigation and M&A Teams, related to a multi-million Merger & Acquisition gone awry (negotiated by a different M&A Firm). The sanctions amounted to over $110,000 in monetary relief, including sanctions against opposing counsel under 28 U.S.C. §1927 for counsel's vexatious conduct, as well as an Adverse Jury Instruction for destruction and withholding of key evidence. This award, by a District Court, constitutes a substantial victory, and provides a position of power for the client going into a multi-million dollar trial -- all due to the substantial efforts undertaken by the M&M Litigation Team.
The Kentucky Court of Appeals Sanctions Counsel and Reverses
In a discrimination case handled by the Morris & Morris Litigation Team for the past 25 years -- a case that the Presiding Judge of the Kentucky Court of Appeals advised was "the oldest currently active pending case in the entire Commonwealth of Kentucky," the Kentucky Court of Appeals summarily REVERSED the trial court, holding that "the decision-making responsibility of the circuit judge had been abdicated in contravention of applicable Kentucky law." Simultaneously, the Court of Appeals issued Sanctions against the attorney for the LFUCG, finding that his conduct was in direct violation of Kentucky Civil Rule 11. Because of the extensive effort of the Morris & Morris Litigation Team, the victims of egregious discriminatory misconduct at the local government can finally be heard.