In an unexpectedly quick decision, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a February 22, 2017 decision affirming summary judgment in favor of several of the firm’s clients. The decision follows Wm. Kelly Nash’s recent February 7, 2017 oral argument in Pasadena, CA. Mr. Nash commented on the timing of this decision, stating, “Receiving such a quick ruling underscores the strength of our clients’ positions on appeal.” This decision brings a bitter 8 year fraud and conspiracy litigation to a close for the firm’s clients, including a New York Times Bestselling author and a certified national education provider.
D|J|P Shareholder and co-counsel, Jordan Cameron, stated, “Our clients were not surprised by, but still thrilled with, the outcome on appeal and look forward to moving on with their business activities.” Congratulations to all involved.
D|J|P offers a full range of trial and appellate litigation services with extensive experience in state and federal courts. Mr. Nash and Mr. Cameron are Shareholders in the firm’s Lehi office located at Thanksgiving Point. Mr. Nash’s practice focuses on a broad range of business litigation and corporate law related matters. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor at BYU’s Marriott School of Business teaching Business Law. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org