We have had many successes representing employers. In litigation, however, more than just winning is at stake. The lawyers you hire will be your company’s face to judges, juries, and other legal professionals. You can trust Oberti Sullivan to go beyond mere substantive excellence and to consistently conduct ourselves in a way that positively reflects your company and its core values.
Listed below are some of Mark Oberti’s and Ed Sullivan’s career achievements representing employers, whether at this firm or our prior firm. The results of these cases are based on their unique facts. Past results in these cases do not mean that we can obtain those results for your company, and you should not rely on these cases to think or expect that you will obtain similar results.
State Appellate Court victory in Dias v. Goodman Mfg., 214 S.W.3d 672 (Tex. App.—Houston [14th Dist.] 2007, pet. denied) (affirming summary dismissal of a retaliation lawsuit).
Defense jury verdict after a two-day jury trial in May 2007 in Javier Guevara v. Goodman Mfg., Cause No. 2006-092923; In the 280th Judicial District Court of Harris County, a worker’s compensation retaliation lawsuit (Judge Tony Lindsay).
Defense jury verdict after a three-day jury trial in April 2005 in Peter Geiger v. Merck Medco, Cause No. DV99-7184; In the 44th Judicial District Court of Dallas County, a TCHR retaliation lawsuit (Judge David Kelton).
Defense jury verdict after a three-day jury trial in March 2005 in Brian James Johnsen v. Baker Hughes Inc., Civil Action No. MO-04-068; In the Western District of Texas, Midland-Odessa Division, an Americans with Disabilities Act discrimination case (Judge Robert Junell), aff’d, 178 Fed. Appx. 386 (5th Cir. 2006).
Denial of Plaintiffs’ motion for class certification after extensive participation in four-day non-jury evidentiary hearing in November 2004 in Fermin Colindres, et al. & EEOC v. Quietflex Mfg. Co. L.P., et al., Civil Action No. H-01-4319; In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division (Judge Lee Rosenthal). Subsequently, the Court denied Plaintiffs’ motion for class certification. See Colindres v. Quietflex Mfg., 235 F.R.D. 347 (S.D. Tex. 2006).
Defense jury verdict after a four-day jury trial in December 2003 in Richard Davis v. Merck Medco, Cause No. DV99-7184; In the 44th Judicial District Court of Dallas County, a TCHR retaliation lawsuit (Kelton, J.).
Defense jury verdict for defendant after a four-day jury trial in James Brown v. Sears, Roebuck & Co., No. H-00-3260, in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division, a race discrimination case (Crone, J.).
Unlisted are more than two dozen summary judgment victories from 1998-2010.
Successfully prevented several of our clients’ ex-employees from competing against it.