The Frisco, TX, attorneys at Albin Oldner Law, PLLC are extremely experienced trial court litigators with a reputation for pursuing our client’s cases fairly but aggressively. With early involvement we are often able to find a resolution without having to take a case to court, but our record of success at trial speaks for itself.
Prior to hiring Albin Oldner Law, PLLC, a Collin County business had lost a case on summary judgment and was ordered to pay a significant judgment. After hiring our firm, our lawyers obtained a reversal of the summary judgment and then successfully defended the case at trial for breach of contract, fraud, and deceptive trade practices. Our firm won and the jury awarded our client $100,000 in attorney’s fees, one of the few cases in Collin County history where a defendant was awarded attorney’s fees. Albin Oldner Law, PLLC represented a telecommunications company who had been cheated out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by one of its clients. When the defendants in that case refused to participate in the discovery process, our trial attorneys obtained a judgment for our client in excess of $300,000 through the use of the “death penalty” sanction for discovery abuse, one of the largest sanction awards in the area. In a complex case involving multiple parties and multiple claims, our law firm represented a local technology company that was being counter-sued for $2.75 million in alleged damages under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practice Act. Our civil litigation team obtained a summary judgment and dismissal of all claims. Prior to hiring Albin Oldner Law, PLLC, our client defaulted on a lawsuit and was faced with an $800,0000 judgment and a permanent injunction preventing the business from operating. After hiring our legal team, we were able to reverse the judgment as well as the injunction, allowing our client to resume business operations. The case ultimately settled with no money out of pocket.
Our firm represented a global software and consulting firm that was being sued by the widow of a deceased shareholder. She was alleging shareholder oppression and breach of fiduciary duty. Our firm successfully narrowed the issues and negotiated a favorable settlement for our client.
Albin Oldner Law, PLLC’s civil litigation team represented an investor of real estate holdings in the Dallas area. The investor and his wife agreed to partition certain real estate holdings and memorialized the agreement on a handwritten document. After the wife died some two decades later, her heirs claimed that the handwritten agreement was invalid. After a trial on the merits, our client was awarded all of the property within the handwritten agreement as his sole and separate property. The award was appealed and was ultimately upheld by the Texas Supreme Court.
Our civil litigation team represented a general contractor who was underpaid for its services in developing a shopping center in the New Orleans area. Our construction law attorneys filed suit in a Louisiana Federal Court and ultimately obtained a $140,000 judgment in favor of our client. In a complex construction case near Fort Worth, TX, involving numerous subcontractors, our firm represented a general contractor who had not been paid for all of the services the company provided. Our construction litigation team filed suit and obtained a $221,000 judgment in our client’s favor. Albin Oldner Law, PLLC received a jury verdict in favor of our client, a local construction company, in a $30 million wrongful death claim. The case involved issues of liability under the Texas Motor Carrier Safety Act and complex factual issues regarding fault in an accident in which an 18-year-old died as a result of an accident involving a dump truck driven by an independent contractor. Our client was able to prove his lack of control over the driver and the jury rendered a take nothing verdict after a several-weeks-long trial in Harris County. Albin Oldner Law, PLLC represented a subcontractor who was suing the general contractor of a large commercial development in the San Antonio area. Our lawyers were able to dispose of the case quickly on summary judgment and obtained a damages award of approximately $100,000 in favor of our client.
Albin Oldner Law, PLLC successfully defended a real estate investor against claims of real estate fraud and breach of contract by having the case dismissed on summary judgment. The case was appealed to both the 5th District Court of Appeals and then to the Texas Supreme Court where the summary judgment was consistently upheld in favor of our client.
In a famous, newsworthy case, Albin Oldner Law, PLLC successfully represented a plane owner and a local airport in a claim against their own insurance company to force the insurer to settle the claim of a TV reporter who was severely injured when she walked into a moving plane propeller. The case drew national attention due to the popularity of the injured party. We helped our client reach their desired outcome of helping the impacted victim with the insurance they paid for in case of this type of event.