in the spotlight
The Traylor Law Group has never lost a jury verdict nor has it lost a trial in State or Federal District Court. Below are just some of the Traylor Law Group’s sizable jury verdicts.
Health Grades, Inc. v. Christopher Boyer and Patrick Singson
2010-CV-1168, Jefferson County District Court
Chris Boyer and Patrick Singson were sued by their former employer, Health Grades, Inc., for misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of duty of loyalty, and breach of contract. Whitney Traylor of the Traylor Law Group defended Mr. Boyer and Mr. Singson against these claims and asserted a counterclaim against Health Grades for abuse of process. After a five-day trial, the jury found in favor of Mr. Boyer and Mr. Singson on every claim, and awarded them a $400,000 judgment on their counterclaim.
Brooks v. Sara Lee Corporation
04-CV-01588-ZLW-MJW, United States District Court for the District of Colorado
Plaintiff, an employee of Sara Lee, asserted claims for violations of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, C.R.S. 24-34-402, and 42 U.S.C. 1981. After a three-day trial, the jury found in favor of the Plaintiff and awarded him $300,000 ($50,000 for emotional distress damages and $250,000 for punitive damages). Plaintiff was also awarded his attorney fees and costs.
Pulse, et. al. v. The Larry H. Miller Group
03-CV-02073-WDM-PAC, United States District Court for the District of Colorado
The Traylor Law Group represented two individual Plaintiffs in this action against the Larry H. Miller Group. Plaintiffs asserted claims, among other things, for a sexual harassment hostile work environment. The jury returned a verdict for both Plaintiffs in the amount of $3,225,000. This remains one of the largest non-class action employment discrimination verdicts in the history of Colorado.