We have over 25
years of combined experience handling cases in state and federal courts and
arbitration forums around the country. We have litigated cases of all shapes
and sizes, involving individuals, small businesses, and Fortune 500 companies,
with claims ranging from tens of thousands of dollars to hundreds of millions
of dollars and more.
We have remarkably
broad experience in a wide variety of
substantive areas, including: accounting malpractice, antitrust, auto dealer
rights and responsibilities, breach of contract, civil rights, class actions,
construction, consumer protection, copyright, debt collection, Due Process,
education, the Eighth Amendment, employment discrimination, false advertising,
the False Claims Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the First Amendment,
the Fourth Amendment, franchise, fraud, healthcare, home loans, insurance,
landlord tenant, legal malpractice, mass torts, medical malpractice, mortgage
refinancing, patent, personal and corporate torts, personal injury, product
liability, real estate, securities and investments, telemarketing, text
messages, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), Title VI, Title IX,
trademark, unfair competition, and warranty.
Examples of the
matters on which we’ve worked include:
- A qui tam lawsuit by several employees
against an operator of private sector, post-secondary educational
institutions alleging violations of the False Claims Act relating to the
receipt of student financial aid from various states and the federal
government, seeking more than $10 billion in damages.
- A lawsuit by a power company against an
energy marketing company for breach of a twenty-year power supply
agreement, which resulted in a settlement for the client of over $250
- A lawsuit by two young women whose claims
of sexual harassment within the Ohio Attorney General's office led to the
resignation of the Attorney General.
- A lawsuit by the family of the victim of
a fatal car accident before the Ohio Supreme Court which, in a landmark
decision, unanimously held that the common law public-duty rule has been
abrogated by Ohio's immunity statute.
- A class action lawsuit by the recipients
of text messages against the sender, a restaurant chain, alleging
violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and seeking
more than $250 million in damages.
- A lawsuit by the family of a young mother
and three children under the age of four killed in a fire caused by a
faulty electrical cord.
- A class action lawsuit by purchasers of
health insurance and medical services against an insurance company and a
hospital system alleging a conspiracy to raise prices in violation of the
antitrust laws, seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in
- A lawsuit by the family of a young boy
killed when a porch roof collapsed on him.
- A lawsuit by a real estate developer
against a general contractor and dozens of subcontractors for deficient
work on several apartment complexes, seeking damages of more than $40
- A lawsuit by the family of a man
electrocuted in his home due to a negligently installed air conditioning
- A lawsuit by a business against the
purchaser of its assets and the purchaser's lender, alleging that trust
funds associated with the assets were liquidated by the purchaser and
paid to the lender after the sale in violation of the law and in breach
of the purchaser's obligation to deliver a portion of the funds to the
seller after the closing, seeking damages of more than $10
- A wrongful death lawsuit by the family of
a sheriff's deputy killed while on duty.
- A class action lawsuit by the recipients
of telephone calls against the caller, a debt collector, alleging
violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
- A lawsuit by a young man who suffered
traumatic injury as a result of excessive force used against him by local
- A lawsuit against a manufacturer of
voting machines and software alleging that the voting equipment it sold
to more than 40 Ohio counties was defective.
- A lawsuit by a gasoline franchisee
against its franchisor alleging that the franchisor breached the
franchise agreement and violated the implied covenant of good faith and
fair dealing by constructing and operating a corporate-owned gasoline
station on property near the franchisee's location.
- A lawsuit by the owner of a motor home
against the motor home dealer and the manufacturer of the motor home's
engine alleging that the motor home and engine were defective.
- A lawsuit by a landlord against its
former tenant, a restaurant owner, for non-payment of rent, which
included counterclaims by the tenant alleging constructive eviction and
breach of the implied covenant of quiet enjoyment based on unsanitary
conditions at the property.
- A lawsuit by several owners of commercial
real estate, valued in excess of $50 million, against the lessee of the
property alleging that the lease was fraudulently obtained and should be
- A lawsuit by the family of a man who died
in a fire caused by a faulty home appliance.
These are just a
handful of examples. Please call us at (614) 354-4133, or email us at
Info@JabeLawFirm.com, to discuss how we can put our experience to work for you
in your case.