Firm attorneys were appointed counsel to the Chapter 7 Trustee of a corporation that owned and operated numerous nursing homes and assisted living facilities across the country. Our investigation led to the filing of adversary proceedings against the company’s officers and directors, their family members, and companies owned and controlled by each, alleging a concerted course of self-dealing and losses in the millions of dollars. Careful factual development and legal analysis led to a significant recovery by the Trustee on behalf of the corporation’s creditors.
When a Massachusetts architect discovered that a New Hampshire architectural firm was using his drawings for a multi-unit, age-restricted condominium complex, CC&G filed a suit for copyright infringement against the architect and several real estate developers. After mediation, the claims were settled on terms that included both significant compensation and a commitment not to use our client’s architectural drawings.