Commercial and Other Technology Litigation

Representative cases.

Zoran v. ArcSoft – Represented ArcSoft in this litigation, and cross action, for breach of contract, and misrepresentation, arising out of a failed alliance for the development of technology used to port video and other content from a computer to a television and other peripheral devices. A comprehensive business solution was worked out between the parties.

Power Integrations v. Quovera – Represented Power Integrations in a suit for breach of contract, negligence and misrepresentation arising out of defendant’s failed implementation of an enterprise production and planning software. After a weeklong binding arbitration, the arbitrator awarded Power Integrations the full amount paid under the implementation contract as well as costs of the suit and arbitration.

The Institute for Innovation, Integration, & Impact v. Laurel Technical Services – Represented plaintiff in a suit for breach of contract and professional negligence, in defendants editing and provision of publication services for plaintiffs book. The case was successfully resolved with a substantial settlement for the client.

Lilly v. Trainingscape – Successfully arbitrated a favorable result for client Trainingscape sued for breach of employment agreements and misappropriation of trade secrets in a weeklong AAA binding arbitration.

CalAmp v. First Internet Systems – Represented the defendants and cross complainants in this breach of contract action involving enterprise management software products.

Dirkswager v. Kmart – Obtained a defense jury verdict for client Kmart in this federal ADA trial over alleged AIDS discrimination.

In Re Doe – In this case arising from the attempted expulsion of the client/student for alleged hacking into school computers and theft of passwords, Mr. Miclean conducted an 8 hour expulsion hearing and examination of 11 witnesses under the California Education Code. After successful appeal to the County Board of Education, the expulsion was vacated.