In 2021, Maginnis Howard attorneys, Anthony Klish and Jordan Godwin secured a dismissal of a $300,000.00 claim that was filed against their client. The Client, a reputable local business, was sued under multiple causes of action. Attorneys Godwin and Klish recognized that the claims lacked legitimacy and, therefore, zealously defended their Client. By way of […]
In 2013-2014, Edward Maginnis represented a Raleigh couple who had been sued by a national bank for over $500,000.00. After engaging in significant discovery and obtaining discovery sanctions against the bank, the bank elected to dismiss the matter without compensation.
In 2012, Edward Maginnis represented a Raleigh plumbing contractor sued for $282,485.43 relating to unpaid materials purchased on a credit account. After Maginnis Law filed and litigated a Counterclaim alleging improper pricing methods by the suppler, the matter settled for a mutual dismissal.
In 2012, Edward Maginnis and Shawn Howard represented a Greenville man who had been wrongfully ousted from a small business he helped start. The matter was litigated in the North Carolina Business Court, and the settlement obtained after several of Defendants’ Motions to Dismiss were denied.
In 2013, Edward Maginnis obtained a verdict at trial for breach of non-compete contract, tortious interference, and unfair and deceptive trade practices for a Zebulon HVAC Company. The Court also awarded attorneys’ fees. The verdict was over 8 times higher than the best settlement offer made by Defendants.
In 2014, Edward Maginnis and Shawn Howard obtained on behalf of the Estate of deceased Raleigh man the payment of the full benefits owed under a Hospital Indemnity Benefits Policy. His family’s claim for payment of the benefits was initially denied, as the insurance company argued that he had been engaged in criminal activity at […]
In 2021, Shawn Howard reached a $100,000 litigated settlement for a Sampson County woman who suffered burn injury to foot as a result of landlord’s negligence
In 2012, Edward Maginnis obtained a $96,961.37 judgment against a real estate developer for a Raleigh architect who was not paid for work on a residential complex.
In 2012, Edward Maginnis and Shawn Howard recovered an $84,000.00 settlement for their client, a Raleigh salesman who had been defrauded of commissions. The Defendant also agreed to resume paying commissions that were still owed even after the salesman was no longer employed.
In 2011, Edward Maginnis obtained a $70,000.00 settlement for a North Carolina businessman who had been misled regarding the assets and value of a store he purchased.