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Dismissal Obtained in a Professional Negligence Claim Against an Architect

April 12, 2012

Brent Meyer successfully represented an architect client and obtained a dismissal with prejudice from the plaintiff after a hearing on a Motion for Summary Judgment. The plaintiff, a construction worker, was allegedly injured at a construction site and brought a professional negligence claim against the architect client. Brent effectively filed and argued a Motion to Dismiss and Motion for Summary Judgment. Accordingly, all claims against the architect client were dismissed by the plaintiff after the oral argument prior to the judge entering an order.

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