Plaintiff’s Business Litigation Practice

In addition to representing individuals suffering bodily injury as a result of the negligence and wrongdoing of others, members of Wyche’s plaintiff’s litigation practice also have many years of experience representing individuals, businesses, and other entities that have incurred significant economic harm due to the negligent or intentional wrongful acts of others. Attorneys in Wyche’s plaintiff’s litigation practice have obtained favorable outcomes in cases involving a wide range of sophisticated economic and business issues, including cases involving the mismanagement or misappropriation of funds, minority shareholder oppression, breach of fiduciary duty, and unfair or deceptive trade practices or business competition. Plaintiff’s litigation cases may be handled on a contingent fee or hourly basis, or a combination. Please direct inquiries to Matthew Richardson.

Representative cases include:

  • Obtained a multimillion-dollar settlement on behalf of a class of employees in a class action against company executives who pilfered and mismanaged the employees’ retirement accounts.
  • Negotiated a favorable settlement on behalf of a minority shareholder of several related companies who lost her job and was squeezed out of the companies entirely after a controlling share of the primary company was wrongfully taken from the estate of a family member.
  • Obtained a substantial settlement on behalf of a business suffering significant economic harm following breaches of loyalty by former employees and unfair business practices of a competitor.
  • Awarded a multi-million dollar judgment after a lengthy arbitration concerning the ownership and control of a family owned business.