Judgment Successfully OverturnedMillennium Drilling Company v. Beverly Myers, et. al.
2:12-cv-00462-MMD-CWH, (9th Circuit Case No. No. 16-17332) Millennium Drilling Company v. Beverly Myers, et. al.
Mr. Kirschner was brought onto the appellate team after a nine-day jury trial resulted in a judgment for $2,566,000.00 entered against his client as well as the plaintiff seeking an additional $2,029,912.10 in attorney fees and costs. The matter had arisen after his disputes arose out of a series of complex investments. Mr. Kirschner and the appellate team were successful in overturning the judgment rendered by the jury and having a judgment entered in his client’s favor.
Home Returned to Rightful OwnerCharlotte Louise Bentley v. Estate of Lacy Elaine Willequer
A-14-711580-C, Charlotte Louise Bentley v. Estate of Lacy Elaine Willequer
The action was brought after guardians of the elderly and disabled Charlotte Bentley discovered that her home had been transferred away to an estranged family member. Mr. Kirschner was able to successfully and quickly obtain the return of her home without trial.
Justice Sought for Vulnerable IndividualIn the Matter of the Guardianship of Giulian Grasso
G-16-043377-A, In the Matter of the Guardianship of Giulian Grasso
Mr. Kirschner was brought in as trial counsel in a hotly contested guardianship between parents of a vulnerable dependent adult with a large estate. Mr. Kirschner and his co-counsel were successful in uncovering exploitation and misuse of the ward’s funds by the ward’s father which resulted in the father being charged and sentenced for exploitation of a vulnerable person.
Award Obtained for ClientJohn Lynch and Kellie Fuhr Family Trust, et, al. v. Tyche Entertainment, LLC
A-13-689834-C John Lynch and Kellie Fuhr Family Trust, et, al. v. Tyche Entertainment, LLC
This matter stemmed out of dysfunctional management between members of an LLC that had been brewing for years. Mr. Kirschner brought a successful suit by members of the LLC to have a receiver appointed over Tyche Entertainment, LLC and dissolution. At trial, Mr. Kirschner was successful in showing over one million dollars in improper transfer to managers and obtained an award for his client.
Successfully Defeated Claims of TrespassKimberly Zeren v. James Carlson
15-2-13440-5, Kimberly Zeren v. James Carlson
This matter arose from a dispute between adjacent landowners over landlocked property and allegations of timber trespass. At trial, Mr. Kirschner was successful in defeating claims for timber trespass and prevailed on claims for an easement by necessity.