E. Sawyer Neely

Legal Assistant
Jennifer Moss
P: 214.257.9808 jmoss@bradley.com
Representative Experience
    • Obtained take-nothing jury verdict and award of attorney’s fees against a former employee seeking over $3 million in alleged damages and attempting to enforce a Letter of Intent concerning his potential equity in an ammunition company.

      Obtained dismissal of employment discrimination claim for lack of personal jurisdiction.

      Part of trial team that obtained take-nothing jury verdict against a bankruptcy trustee seeking disgorgement of over $20 million from good-faith subsequent transferee under the federal fraudulent transfer act.

      Obtained dismissal through summary judgment of 11 claims brought by single borrower who had defaulted on loans and alleged wrongful conduct by mortgage servicer.

      Obtained dismissal through summary judgment of claims for trade secret misappropriation, breach of non-disclosure and non-compete agreements, breach of contract, tortious interference, fraudulent inducement, Texas Theft Liability Act, conversion, aiding and abetting, unduly punitive liquidated damages, disgorgement, and conspiracy in case involving failed purchase of business.

      Obtained summary judgment and take-nothing jury verdict against all claims brought by oilfield services company alleging product testing service had damaged a prototype and caused undue delays and over $8 million in alleged damages.

      Aggressively represented medical device manufacturer facing illegitimate claims of trade-secret theft, turning the tables on the plaintiff and obtaining a substantial settlement payment to the manufacturer.

      Obtained dismissal of over $1 billion of alleged damages claims brought by bankruptcy trustee against holding company and its officers, directors, and shareholders, resulting in advantageous settlement of remaining claim at a small fraction of the alleged damages.

      Negotiated advantageous settlement for publicly traded corporation and its directors, officers, and controlling shareholder in connection with challenge to convertible securities exchange offer after successfully narrowing claims through summary judgment.

      Defended airline in shareholder derivative litigation, working out beneficial corporate governance and safety procedures and a settlement benefitting both the company and its shareholders.

      Obtained significant settlement payment for real estate developer whose property was burned in a wildfire caused by the negligence of a neighboring company attempting to weld fences during a burn ban.

      Counseled airline regarding expiring federal litigation and prepared brief supporting airline in negotiations with the City of Dallas and federal regulatory agencies.

      Routinely obtain temporary restraining orders and advantageous settlement agreements enforcing non-compete agreements.

      Obtained discounted buyout prices for a group of physicians who had signed non-compete agreements containing steep buyout clauses.

      Routinely manage teams in connection with collection, review and production of documents.