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Motion to Dismiss - Improper Life Insurance Death Benefits Proceeds - Reply; Stadheim & Grear LTD; 10.02.2015

Case Topics: Unjust Enrichment, Conversion – Grounds for Moving: Matter is barred by res judicata. Plaintiff does not have standing to sue Defendant because it is not a party to the disputed contract nor can it trace its alleged injury to Defendant. Disputed contract clearly and unambiguously states amount of life insurance benefits to which the Defendant is entitled and that Plaintiff has not claim to these proceeds.

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Motion to Dismiss - Improper Life Insurance Death Benefits Proceeds - Response; Schiff Hardin LLP; 09.11.2015

Case Topics: Unjust Enrichment, Conversion – Grounds for Moving: Matter is barred by res judicata. Plaintiff does not have standing to sue Defendant because it is not a party to the disputed contract nor can it trace its alleged injury to Defendant. Disputed contract clearly and unambiguously states amount of life insurance benefits to which the Defendant is entitled and that Plaintiff has not claim to these proceeds.

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Motion with Respect to the Pleadings - Consulting Fee Dispute - Reply; Kirkland & Ellis LLP; 10.02.2015

Case Topics: Breach of Contract, Unjust Enrichment, Misappropriation – Grounds for Moving: Claims legally insufficient and allegations do not state a cause of action upon which relief can be granted. Express exemption in contract defeats Plaintiff's claim. Existence of an express contract bars relief from unjust enrichment. Complaint fails to allege that the information Plaintiff claims defendant disclosed fulfills statutory requirements for a trade secret.

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Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings - Independent Contractor Fraud Scheme - Reply; Rieck and Crotty PC; 09.16.2016

Topics: Breach of Contract, Fraud, Unjust Enrichment, Defamation, Conspiracy, Misappropriation, Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage – Grounds for Moving: Defendant contributed business interests. Power of attorney fraudulently obtained. Voluntary Payment Doctrine prohibits recovery. Resignation email contains no false/defamatory statements. Failure to identify particularity needed to determine defamation.

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Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings - Independent Contractor Fraud Scheme - Response; Vedder Price PC; 08.22.2016

Topics: Breach of Contract, Fraud, Unjust Enrichment, Defamation, Conspiracy, Misappropriation, Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage – Grounds for Moving: Defendant contributed business interests. Power of attorney fraudulently obtained. Voluntary Payment Doctrine prohibits recovery. Resignation email contains no false/defamatory statements. Failure to identify particularity needed to determine defamation.

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Motion with Respect to the Pleadings - Consulting Fee Dispute; Kirkland & Ellis LLP; 06.26.2015

Case Topics: Breach of Contract, Unjust Enrichment, Misappropriation – Grounds for Moving: Claims legally insufficient and allegations do not state a cause of action upon which relief can be granted. Express exemption in contract defeats Plaintiff's claim. Existence of an express contract bars relief from unjust enrichment. Complaint fails to allege that the information Plaintiff claims defendant disclosed fulfills statutory requirements for a trade secret.

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Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings - Independent Contractor Fraud Scheme; Rieck and Crotty PC; 05.26.2016

Topics: Breach of Contract, Fraud, Unjust Enrichment, Defamation, Conspiracy, Misappropriation, Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage – Grounds for Moving: Defendant contributed business interests. Power of attorney fraudulently obtained. Voluntary Payment Doctrine prohibits recovery. Resignation email contains no false/defamatory statements. Failure to identify particularity needed to determine defamation.

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Motion to Dismiss - Improper Life Insurance Death Benefits Proceeds; Stadheim & Grear LTD; 07.20.2015

Case Topics: Unjust Enrichment, Conversion – Grounds for Moving: Matter is barred by res judicata. Plaintiff does not have standing to sue Defendant because it is not a party to the disputed contract nor can it trace its alleged injury to Defendant. Disputed contract clearly and unambiguously states amount of life insurance benefits to which the Defendant is entitled and that Plaintiff has not claim to these proceeds.

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Motion to Dismiss - Commercial Interference and Theft of Customers and Business Opportunities - Reply; Kirkland & Ellis LLP; 07.14.2016

Case Topics: Tortious Interference with Contract and Prospective Economic Advantage, Conspiracy, Theft of Trade Secrets, Aiding and Abetting, Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Conversion, Deceptive Business Practices (Unfair Competition), Unjust Enrichment – Grounds for Moving: Complaint is legally and factually insufficient to support a claim. Plaintiff fails to allege specific, non-conclusory, factual allegations.

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Motion to Dismiss - Commercial Interference and Theft of Customers and Business Opportunities - Response; Nixon Peabody LLP; 06.23.2016

Case Topics: Tortious Interference with Contract and Prospective Economic Advantage, Conspiracy, Theft of Trade Secrets, Aiding and Abetting, Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Conversion, Deceptive Business Practices (Unfair Competition), Unjust Enrichment – Grounds for Moving: Complaint is legally and factually insufficient to support a claim. Plaintiff fails to allege specific, non-conclusory, factual allegations.

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Motion to Dismiss - Commercial Interference and Theft of Customers and Business Opportunities; Kirkland & Ellis LLP; 04.25.2016

Case Topics: Tortious Interference with Contract and Prospective Economic Advantage, Conspiracy, Theft of Trade Secrets, Aiding and Abetting, Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Conversion, Deceptive Business Practices (Unfair Competition), Unjust Enrichment – Grounds for Moving: Complaint is legally and factually insufficient to support a claim. Plaintiff fails to allege specific, non-conclusory, factual allegations.

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Motion to Dismiss - Asset Management Joint Partnership Dispute - Sur-Reply; Baugh Dalton Carlson & Ryan LLC; 04.08.2015

Case Topics: Breach of Contract, Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Unjust Enrichment, Tortious Interference with Contract, Fraud – Grounds for Moving: Court lacks personal jurisdiction under the Illinois long-arm statute. The exercise of personal jurisdiction over Defendant would violate state and federal due process requirements.

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