Category: Commercial Litigation

Bank of America

New York Appeals Court Says Law Firm Wrongly Excluded from Bank of America Settlement

NEW YORK – A three-judge federal panel has overturned a lower court ruling that excluded a Dayton, Ohio-based law firm from claiming $6.2 million in attorneys’ fees as part of a $2.4 billion settlement with Bank of America Corp.

Flanagan Lieberman Hoffman & Swaim had appealed the district court ruling, contending the firm was wrongly excluded from collecting its portion of $152 million in legal fees in the settlement with Bank of America in a class-action lawsuit from investors.

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The Lanier Law Firm: In Business with Ryan Ellis

The Lanier Law Firm’s track record of success in commercial litigation includes a variety of matters, including cases involving antitrust allegations, energy contracts, employment disputes, and intellectual property claims. Our team works closely with business owners, in-house counsel and referring attorneys who rely on our experience and firepower to help their companies prevail against even the most-daunting legal challenges.

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