LJB Bishop Enterprises, Inc., et al. v. 6400 Corporation, et al.


by | Nov 1, 2017

Plaintiff nightclub tenant sued Defendants (Landlord, Owner of the Land, and Landlord’s Employee) for compensatory damages of $2.97 million plus punitive damages for loss of its business due to a flood at the property. Result: After a bench trial, the Firm obtained a full defense verdict as to Defendants Owner of the Land and Landlord’s Employee. While the Court awarded $512,400 to Plaintiff as against Landlord, it was off-set by $700,000 which Plaintiff had already obtained through insurance, so Landlord ended up with no liability to Plaintiff. No punitive damages were awarded.


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    Ismail’s legal experience encompasses serving Fortune 500 companies, mid-sized privately held companies, and entrepreneurs. He presently serves as Corporate and Litigation Counsel to large and mid-sized businesses throughout California, Nevada, Texas, North Carolina, and New York as well as General and Personal Counsel to high-profile hospitality operators in California and Nevada. Ismail’s practice emphasizes Business and Intellectual Property matters, with a focus on healthcare, biopharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and hospitality. Ismail has counseled the firm’s healthcare provider clients in acquiring or selling assets while maximizing return and minimizing risk. He has helped clients acquire or sell over $1 billion worth of healthcare-related assets, including hospitals.

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