John Hein and Bill Sauerwein represented and defended the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission (“MoDot”) against a class action lawsuit brought by a group of property owners who sought more than $1.5M from MoDOT related to its expansion of Highway 141. The court awarded Summary Judgment to MoDOT on July 7, 2015. In its judgment disposing of the class action case, the court adjudicated the rights and authority held by Trustees under recorded subdivision indentures and stopped the class action Plaintiffs from attacking the validity of the sale of property to MoDOT. Following the hearing conducted by John Hein, the court entered its written judgment holding that, “Under these facts, Missouri law prohibits the Plaintiffs from now seeking to attack the terms and validity of the sale, and judgment should be entered in MoDOT’s favor accordingly.”
On behalf of a commercial real estate development company and one of its members, Paul Simon, Jr. and Adam Stockberger successfully negotiated the Missouri Attorney General’s voluntary dismissal of claims to recover $2.8 million in state tax credits and to pierce the corporate veil of the developer in an attempt to impose individual liability on its members.
Paul Simon Jr. and Adam Stockberger have obtained a favorable settlement for our client, an employer, concerning an employment discrimination case brought under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Sauerwein Simon’s Business Law Group was featured in the September 23rd issue of the Ladue News, in the annual Faces of Law section. Featured members include: Chairman of the Business Law Group, Paul Simon, Jr., John Hein, E. J. Miller, Brandon Rothkopf, Anne Kelly, and Adam Stockberger.
Paul Simon, Jr. prevailed on appeal from award of judgment in favor of his client in excess of $130,000.00, in a breach of contract action in connection with a commercial development in mid-Missouri, which attacked the validity of the contract and consideration.
On behalf of their client, Paul Simon Jr. and Adam Stockberger obtained judgment on cross-motions for summary judgment in excess of $130,000.00, in a breach of contract action in connection with a commercial development in mid-Missouri.
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