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.
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.
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.