Kevin Cordell v. Chase Medical, L.P., Chase Medical, Inc., and CMI Holding Company, Inc.; Cause No. 09-03911; In the 160th Judicial District Court; Dallas County, Texas

Successfully obtained summary judgment for Chase Medical in a lawsuit filed by a plaintiff claiming quantum meruit, negligent misrepresentation, fraud and constructive fraud. The plaintiff was a prospective employee and potential investor who, after Chase Medical was unable to hire him, claimed he performed consulting services for Chase Medical in excess of $600,000 for which Chase Medical failed to pay. Plaintiff’s claims were based on the fact that the parties had met several times over a seven-month period to discuss plaintiff’s potential role in Chase Medical as well as plaintiff’s potential investment in a new medical technology Chase Medical was developing. The plaintiff appealed the trial court’s grant of summary judgment for Chase Medical. The parties settled the matter post-appeal on terms favorable to Chase Medical.

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