Securing Complete Denial of Writ and Recovering Attorney’s Fees, Wolf Wallenstein Defeats Corporate Records Request

Wolf Wallenstein recently recovered more than $28,000 in attorney’s fees and costs after first securing judgment declaring the firm client, No Mo-Stache, a highly successful personal grooming company, the “prevailing party” in a dispute over a corporate records request. On the eve of the trial of the writ, Christopher ‘Smitty’ Smith, substituted into the case and secured a complete defense verdict and judgment declaring No Mo-Stache as the “prevailing party.” After the judgment was entered, Smitty sought and obtained an order from the Court entitling No Mo-Stache to recover its reasonable attorney’s fees.

Gita Vasseghi, founder of No Mo-Stache, said “Smitty substituted in to represent my company on the eve of trial, securing a judgment entirely in my company’s favor and recovering tens of thousands of dollars my company paid to defend itself. Smitty is great at his job.”

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