Representing the Business and Insurance Communities since 1995
Representing the Business and Insurance Communities since 1995
Representing the Business and Insurance Communities since 1995
Representing the Business and Insurance Communities since 1995
Representing the Business and Insurance Communities since 1995
Representing the Business and Insurance Communities since 1995
Representing the Business and Insurance Communities since 1995
Representing the Business and Insurance Communities since 1995
Representing the Business and Insurance Communities since 1995

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William J. Cremer

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Bill Cremer is a recognized expert in international law as it relates to the representation of foreign-based multinational corporations involved in U.S. litigation. His trial experience includes the defense of catastrophic injuries as well as complex class action litigation. Bill currently serves as national counsel for a variety of product manufacturers and other institutional clients.

Joshua D. Yeager and Tara C. O'Mahoney Secure Dismissal of German Manufacturer of Material Handling Machines in Personal Injury Lawsuit in Federal Court in Florida

The United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida recently granted the motion to quash service of process and to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction filed by Joshua D. Yeager and Tara C. O'Mahoney on behalf of the firm's client, a German manufacturer of material handling machines.Read More

John P. Lynch Obtains Summary Judgment for Retail Client

In this action, the plaintiff alleged that while shopping at a retail store, a shelf fell striking her left foot and causing her significant injury.Read More

John P. Lynch and Jonathon J. Ibarra Obtain Dismissal of Bitter Family Commercial Dispute

In 2015, John's client was sued by his partner and family member under theories of breach of fiduciary duty, undue influence, unjust enrichment, fraud, rescission, breach of contract and accounting after several businesses they owned and operated were dissolved or the plaintiff withdrew his interest from those entities.Read More