Stuart & Branigin lawyers Sarah N. Snoeberger and Chase M. Patterson won a Plaintiff’s verdict for their client Awards Unlimited, Inc. in a breach of contract case against Bob Rohrman Motors, Inc. The two day … Read more.
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Category: Case Verdicts
Following a four-day trial, a federal jury returned a verdict in favor of Norfolk Southern Railway Company in a case defended by Stuart & Branigin partner David Locke. Judge Jon DeGuilio presided over the trial … Read more.
A federal jury deliberated just over an hour before returning a verdict for CSX Transportation, Inc., in a case defended by Stuart & Branigin partner, Sarah Snoeberger. The jury trial of Benjamin Knipp v. CSX Transportation, … Read more.
On April 4, 1962, John F. Bodle of the firm argued the case of Link v. Wabash Railroad Company before the Supreme Court of the United States. The Court later decided the case in favor … Read more.