SCHEDLER BOND, PLLC

Representative Cases

These are representative matters that our attorneys have dealt with over the years. 

PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY
  • Resolution of claims against veterinarians, health care providers, architects, engineers, surveyors, lawyers, psychiatrists, insurance agents, archaeologists, anthropologists, realtors,  pastors
  • Disciplinary and licensing proceedings affecting veterinarians, physicians, pharmacists, real estate professionals, health care providers, design professionals

 INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Resolution of claims arising from biogas electrical generation, waste water treatment facilities, railroad fuel depot, world’s largest soft earth tunnel, water line tunnel,  power transmission facilities, unit paver road system, bridges, city parks,  schools, commercial and residential high rise, telecommunications facilities, real estate development, sports stadia, earth retaining structures

 INDUSTRIAL AND PROCESS FACILITIES

  • Resolution of claims arising from aluminum smelter, sugar refinery, fruit handling facilities,  bio waste steam plant, oil refinery

 MASS TORT LITIGATION

  • asbestos disease and property damage
  • MTCA, CERCLA and Superfund environmental liability
  • air, surface and groundwater contamination
  • drug product liability

 PERSONAL INJURY

  • wrongful death, quadriplegia, paraplegia, amputation, serious burn
  • defamation, slander

 COMMERCIAL DISPUTES

  • claims brought under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act 
  • partnership and corporation formation, dissolution
  • insurance bad faith
  • construction defect, delay and impact
  • sale of restricted securities

 WILLS & PROBATE

  • probate wills and guardianships
  • draft wills

 BUSINESS ENTITIES

  • advice on use of corporations and limited liability entities in business
  • drafting documents to create corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships
  • draft employment agreements

 CULTURAL RESOURCES

  • recovery of Native American remains
  • disturbance of Native American artifacts
  • section 106, National Historic Preservation Act
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