Represented Reminderbrand, Scott Huskinson, and Clay Broadbent in litigation brought by former employee of Reminderband, Craig Ricks. Ricks claimed that prior to his termination from Reminderband he had been promised a share of Reminderband’s equity and that a subsequent sale of a significant portion of Reminderband’s assets to ZAGG, Incorporated deprived him of his rights to that equity. Ricks claimed damages in excess of $4,000,000. Reminderband and its founders and sole equity holders, Scott Huskinson and Clay Broadbent, denied those allegations.
Following the earliest stages of discovery, Ricks dismissed his claims against Reminderband, Scott Huskinson, and Clay Broadbent along with all of the other defendants he had named with prejudice (stipulated order pending execution by court.) Initial victory at preliminary injunction level with appeal now being noticed by plaintiff.