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Based in Silicon Valley and Orange County, Inhouse Co. is a law firm specializing in litigation, estate planning, business transactions and intellectual property prosecution. We have over 25 years of experience and a proven track record of success in litigation and IP related matters.  Our clients include corporations as well as business minded individuals

Most Recent Success Released:

Sep 24, 2015 --- Jolly Technologies Inc wins employment lawsuit against terminated employee

Jolly Technologies wins a hard fought wrongful termination lawsuit brought in bad faith by ex employee Kurt Bell

Inhouse Co is proud to announce their successful defense of Jolly Technologies Inc. in a wrongful termination lawsuit brought by ex-employee Kurt Bell, who served as Vice President of Sales of Jolly Technologies for several years.

Mr. Bell alleged that Jolly terminated him because he was disabled amongst several other accusations. Jolly maintained the position that the termination was due to a series of embezzlements conducted by the employee while working at Jolly.

The litigation lasted for 3 years. Alexander Chen and Benjamin Hill from Inhouse Co Law represented Jolly in the dispute which was arbitrated by JAMS in San Francisco, CA.

In the end, JAMS Judge Warren ruled against Mr. Bell, finding that some of the claims he brought, were brought in bad faith. Judge Warren also ruled that Mr. Bell misappropriated company funds and must return these funds back to Jolly.

"When we consulted attorneys regarding our defense, they made it very clear that it is very difficult to win an employment lawsuit in California. Furthermore, achieving a ruling where the employee is found to have acted in bad faith is extremely rare. We feel vindicated to have received this ruling from Judge Warren," says Sandeep Jolly, CEO of Jolly Technologies.

"I would like to thank Inhouse Co and the current and former Jolly employees that worked on our behalf for their hard work. I would also like to thank Judge Warren for reaching what I believe is a strong but very fair verdict."

Below are notable litigation successes we obtained:

Kalantari v. NITV, Inc., 352 F.3d 1202 (9th Cir. Cal. 2003)

A published opinion by the 9th Circuit Court. In an Appeal from the U.S. District Court,9th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed District Court's summary judgement concerning Copyrights and embargo issued by President Clinton.

Rexall sundown v. Mathias Rath

A 5.5 week jury trial in Florida. Inhouse Co. obtained favorable jury verdict against major law firm GreenberfTraurig in a case concerning intellectual property royalties disputes. The original disputed amount exceeded $250 million dollars.

Momento, Inc v. Seccion Amarilla USA

A copyright and antitrust case in Nor.Cal.. Inhouse Co. obtained favorable settlement against major law firm Mayer Brown in a case reminiscent to David v.Goliath in which the defendant is owned by one of the weathliest man in the world, Carlos Slim.

Mathias Rath v. Advance Biomedical Research

A 7 day Aarbitration hearing in New York. Inhouse Co. obtained judgment in excess of $900,000 against against New York firm McElroy Deustsch Mulvaney & Carpenter in a case concerning clinical trial research dispute.

Class action CLRA claims against VW, Chrysler and Nissan Dearlers

Inhouse Co represents Volks Wagon, Chrysler and Nissan dealerships in defending various Consumers Legal Remedies Act (CLRA) class action claims.

MAKS Broadcasting Inc., v. Kiumarz Lenahard Inc. et al.

Prevailed at trial in defense of claim exceeding $2.5 million dollars in a landlord/tenant matter before Judge Terry Friedman is an author of TRG Landlord Tenant practice guide for lawyers.

Tan Tee Tan v. U.S. Bank, et al. (October 2010)

Successfully represented two co-defendants (J&J Seafoods, Inc.),in a two-phase trial, against a claim of conversion and punitive damages in a jury trial, which resulted in dismissal of both defendants.

Chattery International Inc., v. Jolida, Inc., (March 2011)

Successfully defeated Plaintiff’s Preliminary Injunction in the United States District Court The District of Maryland concerning trademark infringement which resulted in a published opinion by District Judge William D. Quarles, Jr.

Modern Fence Technologies Inc. v. Qualipac Home Improvements Corp. (April 2011)

Successfully represented defendant in The United States District Court Eastern District of Milwaukee concerning trademark infringement and antitrust matters in a jury trial, which resulted in full dismissal of the defendant and the invalidation of plaintiff’s trademarks (Reg. 291700 & Reg. 3337669).

Vasquez v. Steven Creek Chrysler/Dodge (November 2011)

Successfully represented defendant Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge dealer in a claim of fraud under Consumer Legal Remedies Act, in a trial in Santa Clara County Superior Court resulting in judgment in favor of our client.

Davoodi v. Hoozad Inc.

Successfully represented defendant in a preliminary injunction action regarding sale of corporate stock.

CP6SV LLC, v. Zheng et al.(January 2012)

Successfully represented defendant in a $500,000 breach of lease agreement action wherein favorable settlement was reached resulting the plaintiff dismissing the suit.

Shi v. Massage Journey Inc. et al.(February 2012)

Successfully represented defendants in a sexual harassment action wherein favorable settlement was reached shortly before jury trial.

Lung Sheng Co. v. K2 Automotive Inc. et al.(March 2012)

Successfully represented plaintiff in a patent infringement action wherein favorable settlement was reached with the defendants.

WRI Golden State LLC v. Hoi Vo et al.(2012)

Successfully defeating plaintiff's request for order of issuance of writ of attachment and obtaining a favorable result in the settlement for a breach of contract lease in the Superior Court of California Santa Clara County.(2012)

Dixon Gas Club LLC v. Safeway et al. (2012)

Successfully obtaining a preliminary injunction order against defendant Safeway in an anti-competition lawsuit in the Superior Court of California Alameda County. Attorney of record Ali Kamarei was interviewed by local TV stations regarding this victory. (2012)

East Jordan Plastics v. Ainong USA (2012)

Successfully represented defendant in defeating a trademark infringement preliminary injunction in the U.S. Central District Court of California. The trademarks in suit weer Reg. 1,587,878; Reg.2,555,659; Reg. 1,373,862 (2012)

Asystech et al. v. Eagle Eyes Traffic Industry, ANZOUSA, and Keystone Automotive (2013)

Asystech et al. v. Eagle Eyes Traffic Industry, ANZOUSA, and Keystone Automotive Successfully defended Eagle Eyes et al. in Eastern District of Wisconsin regarding allegations of infringement of five utility patents resulting amicable resolution to the matter. The patents in suit were 5,5653,548 Method and Apparatus For A Ball and Socket Joint; 5,07,133 Automobile Headlamp Adjuster; 6,913,374 Sliding Style Headlamp Adjuster; 6,979,109 Sliding Style Headlamp Adjuster, 7,264,376 Adjuster and Bracket Assembly. (2013)

Lung Sheng Co. v. K2 Automotive Inc. et al.(March 2012)

Successfully represented plaintiff in a patent infringement action wherein favorable settlement was reached with the defendants.

Zaheri v. Estes Automotive Group II, Inc. et al., Case No. HG07360209(2013)

Successfully obtained judgment in excess of $1.3 million against defendants in a judge trial for various causes of action concerning breach of contract.(2013)

East Jordan Plastics v. Ainong USA (2013)

Successfully represented defendant in reaching amicable resolution regarding trademark infringement allegation in the U.S. Central District Court of California. The trademarks in suit were Reg. 1,587,878; Reg.2,555,659; Reg. 1,373,862 (2013)

Chattery International v. Jolida (2013)

Successfully represented plaintiff in reaching amicable resolution regarding trademark infringement allegation in the U.S. District Court of Maryland and obtained recovery for client. The trademarks in suit were Reg. 3,134,802 and Reg. 3,209,962 (2013)

Qi v. Lu et al. (2013)

Successfully represented defendants in a breach of contract action and obtained a judgment in excess of $200,000 against plaintiff in Superior Court of California Orange County.(2013)

Wong-Po v. Ghafari-Saravi, et al. (2013)

Successfully represented plaintiff in construction defect case and obtained recovery for client in San Mateo County Superior Court (2013)

Below are samples of U.S.Patents our attorneys obtained:


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