Representing a police officer accused of using excessive force in a litigated trial in federal court, firm obtains total defense verdict.
Won mediated settlement for high-tech entertainment company in complex contract and tort dispute with its distributor, recovering the full value of unpaid fees on distributor's sales of the entertainment company's products and securing development and distribution rights to all future, related products.
In 2010 alone, Parker Rosen has handled dozens of labor and employment arbitration hearings on behalf of Metro Transit, including contract disputes and grievances filed on behalf of bus and light rail operators disciplined for misconduct. Parker Rosen achieved total victories in the overwhelming majority of these cases.
Parker Rosen has been at the forefront of enforcement of Metro Transit’s zero-tolerance policy on cell-phone usage by its bus and light rail operators. Parker Rosen lawyers have represented Metro Transit in responding to all grievances arising from the policy, including those profiled in a recent article in the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Representing police officers accused of using excessive force in conducting lawful arrest, firm achieves court-ordered dismissal of all claims and sanctions against plaintiff and plaintiff’s counsel for filing frivolous lawsuit.
Firm achieves substantial settlement for employee who claimed age discrimination after being terminated without cause following 31 years of employment.
Firm collects substantial settlement for 7-year-old girl injured at local restaurant.
As lead counsel for the international real estate firm and owner of the property sought by government for the site of the new Twins ballpark, Target Field, Daniel Rosen obtained a $29 million award after successfully discrediting the government's appraisal at trial.
Representing a global energy company at trial against the City of St. Paul, Daniel Rosen Obtained $7.2 million trial award and successfully prevented taking of energy company's property for development by local government.
Lead trial counsel for investor in an action against his former employer, a Minnesota-based investment fund. Successfully moved for appointment of receiver and obtained $2 million in unpaid bonuses.
Successfully defended a client in joint venture dispute, and settled the matter for a fraction of the original amount offered.
Obtained jury award amounting to 80 percent more than the owner paid for the property just 16 months before the government condemned the property for a development.
Obtained settlement of real estate development following successful opposition to a city's motion for summary judgment.
After defeating Defendant's motion for summary judgment and shortly before trial, secured a substantial, mediated settlement for Plaintiff national sports team in complex breach-of-contract action against team's principal sponsor, an internationally known manufacturer of sports equipment, prevailing in the face of significant counterclaims and an outsized litigation budget.
Obtained $7.2 million trial award and successfully prevented taking of energy company's property for development by local government.
Secured substantial settlement for senior executive in employment dispute against former employer, an international financial institution.
Represented Defendant owner of large, downtown office building against Plaintiff, former sole tenant, in complex breach-of-lease dispute involving accounting of rent, common-area-maintenance expenses, and damage to the leased premises. After defeating summary judgment on counterclaims, on eve of trial, secured settlement for Defendant in an amount twice the size of Plaintiff's original claim.
Represented plaintiff in a claim for unpaid wages based on an oral contract in which the defendant promised to pay $1.825 million in bonuses. Recovered total verdict of approximately $2.3 million, including prejudgment interest.
Represented retail shopping center in partial condemnation case. On appeal to district court, jury awarded compensation in an amount significantly greater than the award made by the condemnation commissioners.
Obtained substantial settlement for architectural project manager in pursuing age-discrimination claims against his former employer, which fired him after more than three decades of employment and replaced him with a much younger employee.
Obtained substantial settlement for employee of a biotech firm who was terminated shortly after relocating to the Twin Cities from his native Israel, asserting discrimination based on client's national origin.
Secured mediated settlement for full value of Plaintiff architectural firm's work designing and administering construction of multiunit housing project from Defendant developer who wrongfully terminated contract with architectural firm mid-construction, refusing to pay for services rendered while retaining Plaintiff architect's plans and drawings.
On oral motion to dismiss made during trial, obtained dismissal with prejudice of commercial landlord's action to eject tenant, a venerable restaurant and caterer, for alleged nonpayment of common-area maintenance expenses and rent.
Secured asylum for Liberian refugee in hearing before Immigration Judge. Defeated appeal by U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Represented three senior employees in pursuing age-discrimination claims arising from their termination in the course of a corporate consolidation of three smaller companies. Secured mediated substantial settlement.
Represented an architectural project manager in pursuing whistleblower claims against his former employer, a major architectural firm which fired him within a few months of his hiring. Obtained substantial settlement for client.
Obtained summary judgment for defendant in OSHA action involving wrongful termination of employment.
Parker Rosen client Al Hixon has accepted a $1.1 million settlement with the City of Golden Valley after a jury found that Hixon was the victim of excessive force, brutality and assault during a mistaken arrest in 2005 and a federal judge subsequently refused the city a new trial. Andrew Parker represented Hixon in his suit against the city. On September 13, 2007, a federal jury awarded Hixon $328,000 in compensatory damages and $450,000 in punitive damages. On November 27, U.S. District Judge Richard Kyle refused the city's request for a new trial and also refused to lower the jury award, which has been cited as the largest punitive damage award in a police case in Minnesota history.