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With over 30 years of success in finding the right candidate for the right position, CMW Legal Search partners and recruiters have the experience, relationships and knowledge to help you make the right choice. Obtained the overturning of a jury`s verdict on the weight of evidence for a nonprofit corporation in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second District and successfully argued for the upholding of that decision in the Ohio Supreme Court, including the preparation of briefs and oral arguments. Robin Miller is a member of the Commercial Litigation Group, where she focuses on effectively representing clients in complex commercial disputes. Clients appreciate Robin`s ability to simplify complex situations and develop its approach to each client`s specific and unique needs in a variety of areas, including contractual disputes and related commercial offences, non-competition clauses, trade secret misappropriation, construction disputes, energy and environmental issues, liability for employment practices, product liability and professional liability. Robin`s agility and quick wit proved effective, appealing to clients, jurors, and state and federal judges in trial and appellate proceedings. Robin particularly enjoys representing companies in the fast-paced world of injunctions and injunctions. A New Day for Overtime and Social Media: Guidelines and Best Practices for New Overtime and Social Networking Rules in the Workplace Successfully represented a university in a lawsuit brought by a former law student, including a successful TRO defense and injunctions, for alleged breach of contract and related claims. How to avoid the pitfalls and dangers associated with trade secrets, non-compete clauses, and patent litigation Obtain a full defense verdict for a client company accused of fraud and defamation, and redress the client`s counterclaim for reckless conduct, including a jury finding that the client was entitled to reimbursement of attorneys` fees. Successfully represented numerous publicly traded companies before various Ohio courts of appeals. Negotiation of favorable settlement in various disputes in numerous commercial, labor and intellectual property cases.
The Criminalization of Trade Secret Theft Under the Economic Espionage Act of 1996: An Evaluation of United States v. Hsu Successfully represented an SAP implementation provider in federal lawsuits against allegations of breach of contract, fraud, and unjust enrichment, with alleged damages of tens of millions. As co-chair, secured a full defense verdict for the national retailer after a six-week jury trial in complex business cases, including trade secret theft, breach of contract and unauthorized interference with business relationships. Defending corporate clients in a high-profile jury trial against claims by plaintiffs seeking more than $25 million for alleged chemical exposure.