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Confidential Settlement.

Mr. G and Mr. M worked for Performance Power, LLC under a written contract of employment.  After Mr. G and Mr. M separated from Performance Power, Performance Power sued them for violation of a non-compete agreement, copyright infringement, FDUTPA violations, among other things.  In answering the complaint, Ben Murphey of Lawlor, White & Murphey filed a counter claim for the unpaid wages.  After protracted litigation, the case settled for a confidential amount.

$251,315.91 Judgment

Dr. A worked for Advanced Orthopaedics under a written contract.  When Advanced Orthopaedics failed to properly pay her, Dr. A sued her former employer for back wages.  Mr. Murphey litigated this case to a jury verdict, and the jury awarded Dr. A every penny she claimed her employer failed to pay.  This case represents Lawlor, White & Murphey’s ability to successfully litigate labor and employment cases.

$355,000 Judgment

Bay State Supermarket contracted for the sale of its business to JN Market.  When JN Market failed to abide by the terms of the sales contract, Lawlor, White & Murphey pursued claims for breach of contract, violation of Florida’s Worthless Check Act, and breach of guarantee.  The firm obtained a judgment in excess of $355,000.00.