Dahman Law prevailed at trial on November 20, 2014 for its client Logan Insulating & Foam Service LLC in Fairfield County Court of Common Pleas, Case No. 13-CV-121.
After a three-day trial, the 8 member jury unanimously and completely found in Logan Insulating’s favor and against Plaintiff Andrew Cooke on Cooke’s claims of breach of contract, slander of title, civil theft, and CSPA violations related to a $500,000 construction project at his home. Interestingly, Cooke himself is a lawyer in New Albany and partner at the law firm of Cooke & Gleason, LLC.
Samir Dahman argued the case in the Fairfield County Court of Common Pleas in front of Judge Chris Martin with the assistance of Dahman Law attorney Jon Olivito. Dahman called it a “great effort” as the firm was faced with litigating against an attorney-party, which made the case that much more challenging. All the hard work paid off as Logan Insulating’s owner David Kornmiller was pleased with the outcome noting that “sometimes the good guys do win.”
Through comprehensive fact and legal research, working closely with the client, coordinated preparation, and adhering to high ethical and legal standards, Dahman Law was able to secure the win. This recent trial is yet another example of how Dahman Law works with its clients, especially small business owners, to make sure all of their legal needs are met.
Dahman Law is now 3-0 at trial in the past 2 years, including two unanimous jury verdicts and one bench trial verdict where it is being awarded attorney’s fees.