This page contains links to reported court decisions in some of the significant cases handled by Jeffrey S. Saltz.
Dee Paper Co. v. Loos (E.D. Pa. 2015). Upholding default judgment against former employee for working for competitor during course of employment.
Stopyra v. PECO Energy Co. (Pa. Super. 2015). Awarding indemnification against depository bank in fraudulent check scheme.
Trent Motel Associates, L.P. v. Stadium Hotel Restaurant Group, Inc. (Pa. Super. 2013). Affirming order enforcing settlement of claims against former restaurant manager for allegedly embezzling funds, and rejecting manager's contention that he was coerced into settlement.
QVC, Inc. v. Patiomats.com, Inc. (E.D. Pa. 2012). Granting motion to transfer interpleader action to federal court in Florida, where suit between interpleaded parties was already pending.
Physicians W8 Solutions, LLC v. Codino's Limited, Inc. (E.D. Pa. 2009). Upholding jurisdiction in Pennsylvania over out-of-state corporations that contracted to supply packaged frozen meals for weight-loss plan in Philadelphia.
JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. v. Neovi, Inc. (S.D. Ohio 2006). Imposing discovery sanctions, including attorney's fees, on party who engaged in "gamesmanship" in discovery, in case involving fraudulent checks issued through online service. Described as one of the most important e-discovery cases of the year.
Commonwealth General Assignment Corp. v. Settlement Funding, Inc. (E.D. Pa. 2006). Affirming federal court jurisdiction to enforce class action judgment relating to structured settlements and to determine third party's claim to ownership of structured settlement payments.
Empire Fire & Marine Ins. Co. v. Banc Auto, Inc. (Pa. Super. 2006). Affirming decision after trial in dispute over ownership under U.C.C. of goods purchased and resold by fraudulent middleman.
Bank One Dearborn, N.A. v. Wachovia Bank, N.A. (E.D. Pa. 2005). Partial summary judgment granted in interbank dispute over $786,000 check with altered payee; deciding in case of first impression that U.C.C. presentment warranties apply to international checking transaction under International Chamber of Commerce Rules.
First Union National Bank v. Bank One, N.A. (E.D. Pa. 2002). Summary judgment granted in interbank dispute over misprocessing of $500,000 check; first-impression ruling that Federal Reserve Regulation CC does not preempt statute of limitations under U.C.C.
Pearson v. Exide Corp. (E.D. Pa. 2001). Granting summary judgment requiring corporation that sued former officers for alleged misconduct to advance the defense costs of the former officers.