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.

Kanav Bhatheja Obtains No Liability Verdict For National Retail Chain

Kanav Bhatheja recently obtained a no liability verdict in a three-day trial that took place in the United States Court for the Northern District of Illinois. Kanav represented a national home improvement retail chain in this lawsuit where the Plaintiff alleged the retail chain failed to properly secure large merchandise from falling on his leg/foot. The Plaintiff alleged that his foot was permanently damaged as a result of the accident.Read More

Bill Cremer and Tom Pender Secure Dismissal of Swiss Manufacturer of Air Purifiers in Fire Damage Lawsuit

The United State District Court for the District of Massachusetts recently granted the motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction that Bill Cremer and Tom Pender filed on behalf of the firm's client, a Swiss manufacturer of air purifiers and other household appliances.Read More

John P. Lynch Jr. and Jonathon J. Ibarra obtain summary judgment for museum

John Lynch and Jon Ibarra secured summary judgment for their client, a children's museum, in a premises liability case in which the plaintiff claimed severe personal injuries when she allegedly slipped and fell in the museum.Read More