RoseWaldorf has obtained numerous dismissal and defense awards at trial, in arbitration proceedings, and in administrative hearings. RW has also secured numerous dismissals short of trial through the use of demurrers or motions to dismiss, or later motions for summary judgment or summary adjudication. RW has handled appeals in multiple jurisdictions, including the highest courts of six states and a number of intermediate appellate courts.
The trial court granted summary judgment in favor of the vehicle manufacturer in Raleigh County, West Virginia, in a case alleging a defective vehicle. The judge agreed with defendant’s interpretation of the law, rejecting an interpretation often argued by the plaintiffs’ bar.
The firm obtained summary judgment in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Tennessee on behalf of a luxury automotive distributor. The plaintiff had asserted numerous causes of action based on alleged denial of warranty coverage and the trial court granted summary judgment to defendant on all claims, dismissing plaintiff’s case in its entirety.
In response to a motion for summary judgment on behalf of an automotive distributor, the plaintiff voluntarily dismissed two causes of action. The trial court then granted summary judgment, agreeing with the defendant that plaintiff could not prove a product defect or substantial impairment under state lemon law, and that plaintiff’s pre-litigation demand letter could not be deemed to provide notice and a final opportunity to cure as required.
The Circuit Court of Raleigh County (Beckley, WV) granted the manufacturer’s motion for summary judgment and dismissed Plaintiff’s case alleging a defective vehicle.
The trial court converted a motion to dismiss to summary judgment and found in favor of the distributor on plaintiff’s claims of fraudulent misrepresentation and violation of the state’s consumer protection act.