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O’Brien Law Firm protects out-of-work benefits recipient from unfair fraud claims

On December 18, 2014, Kerry O’Brien of the O’Brien Law Firm tried a case against the TWC on behalf of a claimant who had received out-of-work benefits. That case is Cause No. 12-547-C368, in the 368th Judicial District Court of Williamson County. Although the TWC only needed to show a small amount of evidence of fraud to prevail, O’Brien won a ruling from the Court that there was no evidence of fraud, relieving that client from the obligation of repaying about 80% of the benefits they received.

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O’Brien files second lawsuit against Equifax for unpaid sales commissions

On May 13, 2024, the O’Brien Law Firm filed a second lawsuit on behalf of a former sales representative for Equifax, for over $356K in unpaid commissions. After the federal government passed the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Equifax saw an opportunity to help companies audit their records to identify […]

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O’Brien Law Firm files suit against Nathan L. Teinert and Graystone Enterprises for trying to slither out of paying a business broker his $120K rightfully-earned claimed commission

On May 14, 2024, the O’Brien Law Firm filed suit against Nathan L. Teinert of Montgomery, Texas, and his legal entity Graystone Enterprises, on behalf of the firm’s client, T.F., a business broker who brokered the sale of an oil-and-gas equipment rental company on behalf of Teinert/Graystone. As alleged in the lawsuit: Teinert engaged T.F. […]

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