DJP SHAREHOLDERS WM. KELLY NASH AND JORDAN K. CAMERON ARGUE BEFORE NINTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

DJP SHAREHOLDERS WM. KELLY NASH AND JORDAN K. CAMERON ARGUE BEFORE NINTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALSWm. Kelly Nash, Attorney at Law with Durham Jones & Pinegar (D|J|P), presented oral argument before the U. S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on February 7, 2017 in support of a November 21, 2014 summary judgment decision dismissing fraud, conspiracy and other claims asserted against several of the firm’s clients.  Following discovery relating to Plaintiff’s complex and nearly million dollar fraud based conspiracy claims, Nash and co-counsel Jordan Cameron, also of DJP, successfully obtained a summary judgment in 2014 based on statute of limitation arguments to the Los Angeles Superior Court and U. S. District Court for the Central District of California.  Though Mr. Nash has previously appeared and/or argued on brief in the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and Utah Courts of Appeals, he commented his experience in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena, California was unique as he and Cameron were privileged to appear before a panel including Chief Judge Sidney Thomas.  While a decision is not expected for months, the firm anticipates the same will result in a very favorable resolution of an 8 year long legal battle.

 

Wm. Kelly Nash‘s practice focuses on a range of business litigation and corporate law related matters. Mr. Nash is a shareholder in the firm’s Lehi office.

As a trial lawyer, Wm. Kelly Nash has extensive experience in state and federal trial and appellate courts throughout the Western U.S., with emphasis in complex commercial litigation, including contract, securities, employment, healthcare, ERISA, construction, sales, trade practices, MLM, IP, licensing, insurance, product defect, finance, real estate, leasing and other business law subjects.

 

 

 

Jordan Cameron is an experienced litigator and business strategist. He focuses most of his practice on a variety of commercial litigation matters including, contract enforcement/interpretation, copyright /trademark infringement (specifically counterfeiting), corporate governance and ownership disputes, employment disputes and fraud.

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