Congratulations to our very own David Ward and legendary Thomas Clay on their big verdict yesterday!
Earlier this year, founding partners Ted Walton & Garry Adams tried a commercial case in Jefferson County. Adams • Landenwich • Walton represented the plaintiff, a mom and pop recycling company located in Louisville.
Garry Adams, Ted Walton, and Pete Lay recently tried a long-running dispute between Ardie Greenamyer and his former friends and business associates Tom Eifler, Jr. and Tom Eifler, Sr. Greenamyer and Eifler Jr. founded a successful tower crane and hoist company.
On July 24, 2017 a federal judge approved a $1.23 million settlement of a class action suit that alleged mistreatment of several inmates at the Floyd County Jail in New Albany, Ind. The complaint said jail officers “stripped, held naked, tortured, humiliated and abused” them.
Garry Adams represented the family of a boy that was killed when a youth minister let him drive his vehicle. A $2.15 million jury verdict was collectively awarded against the youth minister and the church.
In October 2014, Ted Walton and Garry Adams obtained a verdict of just under one million dollars against a corporation that failed to pay commissions owed to a business consultant that was hired to market the defendant’s products.
Recently, Ted Walton won a whistleblower trial in front of a Federal Administrative Law judge. Ted’s client was terminated. He was an over-the-road truck driver who was dispatched to transport a loaded trailer that exceeded state and federal weight limits.