Types of Cases We Handle for Businesses

Representative Matters

5 Year Battle Against Church Results in Trial and Appellate Court Victory

Minchella Law represented a small Fairfield County electrical contractor under an alternative fee arrangement in an effort to obtain payment for material and labor rendered through a general contractor that…

Our client had entered into a marketing agreement to market the health care products and services of a start up company. Our client’s efforts led to the company closing on a multi-million dollar deal, but the company refused to pay the commissions our client believed were due. We sued in federal…

Attorney Minchella briefed and argued before the Connecticut Appellate Court the seminal case in which the Court held for the first time that a single deceptive act by a business could violate Connecticut’s unfair trade practice statute, commonly known as CUTPA.

Prior to this case,…

One of the largest labor and employment firms in the country retained us as local counsel to prosecute a “raid” claim against a start-up dental implant manufacturer. The start-up had created a strategic plan to lure away some of our client’s key employees. We performed much of the Connecticut-…

A local manufacturer retained us to defend it against serious allegations of racial discrimination and hostile work environment. The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights attorney who represented the State of Connecticut and the former employee, called the case one of the top 10 best cases she…

Attorney Minchella convinced a federal judge to deny an out-of-state company’s motion to compel arbitration in its home state of a dispute with a Connecticut company, by establishing that the seller’s purchase order terms requiring such arbitration did not become part of the parties’ agreement…

A Connecticut-based manufacturer with international locations retained us when one of their chemists left to join a competitor in the wet-chemistry industry. Though the chemist had signed a non-competition agreement upon joining our client, he still took a position that violated its terms and…

We received a referral from a large international law firm, to represent a foreign investment company against post judgment execution on its assets, arising out of one of the largest anti-terrorism judgments ever, $169,000,000. The plaintiffs were seeking to seize our client’s funds which were…

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Representative Matters