Representative Cases Handled by Pinnola & Bomstein
Real Estate Litigation
- Ben's Case — Ben is in jeopardy of losing his retirement nest egg, an apartment building, to foreclosure.
- Joe's Story — A long-time real estate partner is withholding Joe's portion of the proceeds from the sale of properties.
- Barb's Case — When the relationship sours in their joint home ownership with another family, Barb and her husband face a partition action with complex legal issues.
- Frank's Case — Real estate developer had breached his fiduciary responsibilities and improperly enriched himself at the Frank’s expense.
- Art's Case — Art's case was a hard-fought and complicated real estate partnership dispute between brothers.
Business and Civil Litigation
- Tony and Mark's Case — Tony and Mark, were defendants in the automotive supply distribution business. The suit contended there was a violation of typical non-disclosure and non-compete clauses contained in employment agreements.
- Doug's Case — Doug and Mark were old friends who created a technical services firm that was just starting to take off. Doug did not have a clue that Mark was plotting his ouster behind the scenes.
- Hal's Case — Hal's business partners have squeezed him out and refused his buyout demands. Two other law firms have been unable to resolve the case. Our involvement produced a higher settlement than Hal had originally sought.
- Victor's Case — Victor's family-owned business is sued by a competitor alleging unfair trade practices, with complex jurisdiction and intellectual property issues.
- Judy's Story — Judy is a conservative investor. A stock broker has squandered a substantial portion of her retirement savings by investing in junk bonds.
- Charlie's Story — Charlie found himself in a dilemma. He had devoted his best efforts to the new business.
- Patricia's Case — A doctor failed to repair the damage she did in the initial procedure and her failure to alert other medical providers kept them from taking steps that could have saved Patricia's life.
- Albert's Case — A serious surgical error nearly cost Albert his life and required a second surgery. After a long, hard recovery, he suffered no permanent injury. Does he have a medical malpractice case?
- Ann's Case — A doctor's mismanagement of Ann's diabetes leads to life-changing complications, but the defense blames her. Michael Bomstein proved them wrong.
- Cheryl's Case — Staff at a V.A. hospital failed to respond promptly to Cheryl's heart attack following surgery, resulting in permanent brain damage. Mr. Bomstein negotiated a major settlement without filing suit.
- Priscilla's Case — A mother of two young children takes her life while under suicide watch in a hospital's psych ward. Our firm secured compensation to provide for her children.
Contact Pinnola & Bomstein today for an honest evaluation of your situation and your legal options.