Siden & Associates, P.C. successfully defended a corporate client against the meritless claims of a disgruntled ex-employee. Of a seven (7) count initial complaint, Attorney Siden successfully argue to dismiss six (6) of the counts leaving only one count for later litigation. This result was reported by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
Attorney Ryan C. Siden comments to Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly on recent employment decision by the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts regarding a rescinded job offer to a Hong Kong investment analyst.
Siden & Associates, P.C. prevails at jury trial for individual client owed $67,000.00 under oral contract. Attorney Ryan C. Siden conducted a 4 day jury trial in Suffolk Superior Court after which the jury returned an award of $84,000.00 against an individual defendant. Attorney Siden was able to convey the fraud and malfeasance committed by the defendant against his client as the jury awarded $17,000.00 in additional damages caused by the defendant’s fraud.
Siden & Associates, P.C. filed suit for breach of contract, breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, defamation, and violation of G.L. c. 93A against a New York city based transportation company specializing in gourmet foods.
Siden & Associates, P.C. was able to successfully argue in favor of its client, a high end seller of gourmet foods and spirits, for an award of damages totaling $32.748.75. Siden & Associates, P.C. was able to recoup the legal fees of its client and receive an award of legal fees from the Superior Court in the amount of $20,700.00. See Boston Foodmart, LLC v. Lurie et al., Middlesex County Sup. Ct. No. 12-04618.
Siden & Associates, P.C. celebrates its 10th year in business.
Siden & Associates, P.C. proudly celebrates completing its 10th year in business.
Siden & Associates, P.C. wins judgment award of $464,644.48 for clients in LLC sale dispute.
Clients (sellers) sold a majority interest of a shipping LLC. The buyer of the LLC interest then took over operations of the business and transferred approximately $250,000 of company assets out of the business without the sellers’ consent. The buyer later ceased operations of the business, opened up a new business in a foreign country, and represented to the sellers that the purchased business “failed”. Siden & Associates, P.C. sued the buyer claiming breach of contract, breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and violations of G.L. c. 93A. The parties conducted a jury-waived trial in Plymouth Superior Court and the Court issued a Decision and Order granting Siden & Associates, P.C.’s clients an overwhelming victory. Client’s award consisted of contract and Chapter 93A damages and legal fees.
Siden & Associates, P.C. wins motion to dismiss case.
Siden & Associates, P.C.’s clients, an individual shareholder and a Massachusetts corporation, were sued by a judgment-creditor of a related defunct Florida corporation seeking payment on its Florida judgment. Siden & Associates, P.C. won its motion to dismiss as the Court found that the facts were insufficient to allow the plaintiff to pierce the corporate veil and seek payment for its judgment from Attorney Siden’s clients.
Siden & Associates, P.C. won a trial for corporate defendant involved in a frivolous breach of contract claim.
At close of plaintiff’s evidence, Attorney Siden motioned for directed verdict against the plaintiff’s breach of contract claims. The Court granted the motion from the bench.