Notable Cases
Over 75 million dollars recovered for our clients…millions more saved…
Every client Fried & Bonder represents is important because all of our plaintiffs suffer an injury. Whether you suffered a catastrophic physical injury, or were deceived in a business deal, or subjected to pay violations or discrimination in the workplace, our approach is the same: evaluate the injury and solve your problem as quickly and efficiently as possible. Our results speak for themselves. Fried & Bonder recovered over $75,000,000.00 in verdicts, judgments, and settlements for our injured clients.

In those situations where we are called upon to defend a lawsuit, our approach and our results are the same – class actions defeated, high exposure claims resolved for nominal sums, and summary judgments obtained.

At Fried & Bonder, each case is unique because of what’s at stake – the quality of life of our clients, their families, and their businesses. Below are just some of the results the attorneys at Fried & Bonder have achieved over the years.

OVER $75,000,000.00 recovered in pursuit of full compensation for our clients who have been injured, discriminated against, or treated unfairly

Business Litigation Client Success Stories

  • • $12 Million to a Minority Shareholder in a Breach of Contract Case.
  • • $11 Million Judgment for Victims of Securities Fraud.
  • • $3.25 Million to Victims of Fraud in Sale of Business.
  • • $2.2 Million Judgment for Victim of Fraud.
  • • $2 Million to Consultant Stiffed by Clothing Manufacturer.
  • • $1.4 Million Judgment on Hotel-Related Guaranty.
  • • $700,000.00 to Atlanta Business Owner in Contract and Intellectual Property Dispute.
  • • $554,880.00 to class in Telephone Consumers Protection Act (“TCPA”) case.
  • • $450,000.00 to Business in Negligence Action against Third-Party Administrator.
  • • Confidential Settlement for Local Medical Device Entrepreneurs Wronged by Fortune 100 Company.
  • • Confidential Settlement on RICO Claim.
  • • Dismissal of Securities Fraud Case Against Client With Accompanying Letter of Apology.

Personal Injury Client Success Stories

  • • $8 Million to New York pedestrian injured in police chase.
  • • $5.5 Million Verdict to client in Medical Malpractice case.
  • • $4.8 Million to Motorcyclist Injured in Disputed Liability Wreck.
  • • $4.5 Million Judgment to Severely Injured Passenger Riding Along in Commercial Vehicle.
  • • $1.75 Million to Client Injured in Motorcycle Wreck.
  • • $1.25 Million to Client Injured in Motorcycle Wreck.
  • • $750,000.00 to Medical Malpractice client in Failure to Diagnose case.
  • • $625,000.00 to Victim of Scaffolding Failure.
  • • $500,000.00 to a Guest Injured at a Nashville Hotel.
  • • $475,000.00 to Client in Medical Malpractice - Failure to Diagnose case.
  • • $463,500.00 to Client in Medical Malpractice - Botched Sinus Surgery case.
  • • $325,000.00 to Client Injured in Bus Crash.
  • • $320,000.00 to Client Injured in a DUI Car Wreck.
  • • $300,000.00 to Client Injured in a DUI Car Wreck.
  • • $290,000.00 to Client Who Contracted Herpes Infection.
  • • $275,000.00 to Sexual Assault Victim.
  • • $250,000.00 to Bicyclist Injured as a Result of a Roadway Defect.
  • • $250,000.00 to Client Injured in Disputed Liability Car Wreck Based on “Black Box” Data.
  • • $200,000.00 to Client in Medical Malpractice – Differential Diagnosis case.
  • • $150,000.00 to Client Injured by Bed Bugs at Hotel.
  • • $135,000.00 to Client Injured as the Result of Legal Malpractice.
  • • $125,000.00 to Client Injured by Negligence of a Shipping Company.
  • • $120,000.00 to Client for Medical Malpractice – Failure to Perform Procedure
  • • $100,000.00 to Driver Injured by Rogue Tire.

Employment Litigation Client Success Stories 

  • • $2.48 Million Judgment to Plaintiffs in a WARN Act Class Action.
  • • $300,000.00 Verdict for Employee Denied Salary and Ownership.
  • • $299,000.00 to Client Subjected to Disability Discrimination.
  • • $175,000.00 to Client - Former Employee Denied Promised Ownership.
  • • $154,000.00 Judgment to Broker Shorted on Commissions.
  • • $150,000.00 to Client - African-American Passed Over for Promotion.
  • • $150,000.00 to Client for Unpaid Commissions.
  • • $140,000.00 to Salesman Subjected to Racial Harassment and Retaliation.
  • • $130,000.00 to Salesperson Bilked Out of Commissions.
  • • $130,000.00 to Male Victim of Sexual Harassment.
  • • $130,000.00 to White Supervisor Fired for Opposing Employer’s Discriminatory Practices.
  • • $129,576.00 to Fair Labor Standards Act Class for Pay Violations.
  • • $125,000.00 to Female Employee Groped by Boss on Business Trip.
  • • $103,500.00 to Improperly Classified Salesperson.
  • • $100,000.00 Judgment to School Teachers Denied Pay.
  • • $65,000.00 to Victim of Age and National Origin Discrimination.
  • • $62,000.00 to Tire Tech for Fair Labor Standards Act Overtime Violations.
  • • $60,000.00 to Litigation Support Rep for Fair Labor Standards Act Unpaid Overtime.
  • • $45,000.00 for Victim of Pregnancy Discrimination.
Millions more in alleged damages saved in defense of our clients:

Wrongfully Accused Of Securities Fraud, Founder Of Georgia Hydroponic Farm Company Vindicated By Plaintiff’s Apology Letter. In August 15, 2016, a client informed Fried & Bonder that he had been wrongfully sued for securities fraud and was concerned about the lasting impact on his reputation. The suit arose from an investment from a wealthy investor in PodPonics, a Georgia based hydroponic farming company founded by Fried & Bonder’s client. Fried & Bonder’s client authorized an aggressive and steadfast defense with the goal of restoring his reputation. The case proceeded into discovery over many months and involved detailed analysis of thousands of pages of technical documents and communications, numerous depositions taken in Georgia, Nebraska, and New York, and the issuance of expert reports. At the conclusion of discovery, Fried & Bonder served an aggressive sanctions motion on Prairie Ventures seeking the recovery of all of our client’s fees and expenses. Prairie dismissed its claims without any payment and issued a letter confirming that the firm’s client did not engage in any of the alleged wrongful conduct.

Election Fraud Averted. The firm successfully represented over 100 members of an international hotel owner’s association for election irregularities. The Directors sought to remain in office by canceling elections. This case was handled on an emergency basis, covered by local newspapers as well as nationally in hospitality-related periodicals. The final hearing was before a courtroom so full that there was standing room only with many interested parties forced to wait outside. The firm was successful in forcing the elections to proceed.

$750,000 Demand Resolved for Nominal Amount. The firm obtained a very favorable result for a large international textile manufacturer. The dispute with its international sales representative involved substantial questions of international law, a parallel civil action in Korea, and a concurrent appeal pending in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Through the use of interpreters, multiple mediations, and a very aggressive and active motions practice, this case was resolved for a small fraction of the demand.

Texas Putative Class Action Defeated. Fried & Bonder successfully defeated a class action brought against its client, a publicly traded, Georgia-based credit card and check processor, in the U.S. District Court for Texas. The class alleged that our client charged unreasonable fees on checks returned for insufficient funds. Under the laws of several states, such charges are restricted to a “reasonable fee.” Fried & Bonder twice moved to dismiss the class and opposed class certification. In a detailed ruling, the district court dismissed the action with prejudice, which is extraordinary relief for a class claim at this stage.

Invalid Restrictive Covenant Stricken. When our client was sued for allegedly violating restrictive covenants, we told the other side the covenants did not hold water. They persisted in trying to interrupt business and extract a payment. We persisted too. The case was thrown out on summary judgment.

Summary Judgment to Former Employee Sued for Stealing Trade Secrets. When a former employer came after our client accusing her of stealing trade secrets, we demanded proof. When we filed our summary judgment motion, they dismissed the case.