An e-commerce company brought a lawsuit against a software developer who it had hired to design and implement the Company’s web platform and dynamic content. The Company’s site featured listings of products and services specifically for seniors. When the Company failed to meet its financial goals, it sued the Developer for more than $625,000 in damages, alleging […]
Austin Homebuyer Recovers Purchase Price, Damages, and Attorneys’ Fees After Discovering Misrepresentations by Realtors and Seller.
In April 2014, an Austin Homebuyer purchased an old property in South Austin. The MLS listing described the property as a ‘duplex’, and that it consisted of ‘2/1 and 3/1 apartments’ on each floor. As such, the Homebuyer planned to renovate the property, and then lease the two units to separate tenants. The property was […]
Lulu is a beloved Great Pyrenees dog who was stolen from the yard of her owner, a documentary filmmaker, one summer afternoon. Lulu was eventually picked up by Austin Animal Control, and wrongly given to a family in Round Rock who claimed to be the dog’s true owner. The Filmmaker had previously retained Pete Reid Law for […]