Marks Gray Wins a Defense Verdict for the City of Lake City
Marks Gray, P.A. is pleased to announce attorney Tyler J. Oldenburg, successfully defended his client, the City of Lake City, and received a winning defense verdict.
The Plaintiff, America’s CNG, LLC, alleges the City of Lake City was in breach of a contract that required the City to sell its natural gas for a period of ten years. The Plaintiff argued that the City refused to sell it natural gas or to comply with its obligations under the contract. As a result of the alleged breach, the Plaintiff claimed it had incurred over $12,500,000.00 in damages. Mr. Oldenburg defended the case on the grounds that there was not a valid contract (due to the omission of a signed non-compete provision), the Plaintiff failed to perform (or was not able to perform) its obligations under the contract, and that the Plaintiff did not sustain any damages as a result of the City’s conduct. At the conclusion of a nine-day jury trial in Lake City, Florida, the jury returned a defense verdict.
Tyler J. Oldenburg’s practice focuses on litigation, including all aspects of business disputes, business torts, creditor’s rights and collection work, shareholder/partnership disputes, non-compete litigation, bankruptcy, real estate litigation, trade secret litigation, medical malpractice, premises liability, and products liability. Mr. Oldenburg also handles a variety of transactional matters, including real estate transactions, business organization, acquisitions and mergers, leases, employment agreements, and shareholder agreements.
Marks Gray, P.A., founded in 1899, is a Florida law firm with offices in Jacksonville and Jacksonville Beach. The firm offers a diverse practice that includes extensive commercial, professional liability and other tort defense litigation as well as banking, real estate, corporate and business law, intellectual property, immigration and naturalization and many other areas of civil practice. To learn more about Marks Gray, P.A., please visit www.marksgray.com.