Bradley Attorneys Achieve Significant Trial Win in New Hampshire
Bradley attorneys obtained a significant trial victory for and its co-defendants in State of New Hampshire v. et al, which involved claims with multimillion-dollar statutory penalties. This victory came in only the second case to be tried to judgment in the more than 10-year history of this litigation.
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Broker-Dealer and Investment Adviser
Bradley Obtains Victory in Delaware Chancery Court in Case Against Investment Manager
The main party of interest in a living trust had invested more than $2 million in three limited liability companies that operate as private investment funds. Several of the funds’ operating agreements said that they would dissolve and wind up affairs after 10 years.
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Homeowners Not Entitled to a "Windfall" From Surplus in Community Development Fund
In 1997, League City, Texas, created the League City Public Improvement District to fund improvements for the proposed master planned community of Magnolia Creek. Planned improvements included street lights, drainage facilities and sidewalks.
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