Disclaimer: The cases cited below represent results achieved in each specific case. This is not a representation of any future success. Each case is decided on its own set of facts and merits.
Tucker v. City of Fairfield, 398 F.3d 457 (6th Cir. 2005) (affirming grant of preliminary injunction prohibiting the City on First Amendment grounds from enforcing a municipal ordinance against Tucker and the Union in their use of a rat balloon in labor demonstrations against an employer in a public right of way; and, holding "there is no question that the use of a rat balloon to publicize a labor protest is constitutionally protected expression within the parameters of the First Amendment, especially given the symbol's close nexus to the Union's message.")
Horn et al. v. McQueen, et al., 215 F.Supp. 2d 867 (W.D. Ky 2002) (Recovery of $20,669,927 from two former trustees of US Corrections Corp. ESOP for breaches of fiduciary duty and prohibited transactions under ERISA)
Bailey et al. v. AK Steel, (S.D. Ohio, September 22, 2006) Preliminary injunction granted to class of 4800 retired AK Steel employees against significant reductions in retiree health care coverage; action for breach of collective bargaining agreements and ERISA. Class settlement in the amount of $663 Million to retiree VEBA trust approved. 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 16704 (S.D. OH February 21, 2008). Settlement affirmed by 6thCir. (unpublished) March 2009