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O’Brien Law Firm obtains $347,000 judgment against a mobile device automation company

On October 4, 2019, the O’Brien Law Firm obtained a final judgment for an out-of-state client against a Texas-based mobile device automation company. O’Brien’s client was a former company VP who was denied his full compensation, including substantial bonuses and severance pay, due to mismanagement of the company even while the company was generating and continues to generate substantial revenue. This case was Cause No. CC-19-03982-A.

Unfortunately, in September 2020, the company, Pervacio, filed for bankruptcy, meaning that both the firm’s client as well as many other creditors of Pervacio may collect little to nothing on their claims. This demonstrates that even where the firm does everything right in court for its clients, the company’s financial circumstances could leave the client unable to collect the winning award.

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O’Brien Law Firm helps company VP win $425,000 award in arbitration over breached employment agreement

On August 14, 2020, an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association issued an Interim Award for the firm’s client, for over $376,000. The arbitrator subsequently increased the award to over $425,000 for attorney fees and costs. The firm’s client is a former VP for Revolution Insurance Technologies, Inc., an Austin-based insurance tech company. Then-company president […]

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O’Brien Law Firm protects exploited H1-B visa worker at trial

On January 6, 2020, the O’Brien Law Firm represented an H-1B visa worker from India, who was being sued by Texas-based company Software Global, in a trial in Travis County Court-at-Law No. 2. It appears that Software Global has been engaging in a pattern of promising a job in the United States to Indian workers, […]

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