BIKLAW client Skyzone, the pioneer of recreational trampoline centers across the United States, has been profiled by Time Magazine. For more information click on the following link: Time Article
BIKLAW has been retained by Champ Meatball Company in connection with a legal malpractice action against Champ’s former law firm.
BIKLAW has been retained by Terran Films in connection with a multi-million dollar breach of contract action against several unscrupulous film financiers.
BIKLAW has been retained by a physician in connection with a multi-million dollar narcotic supply and distribution fraud in which multiple nationally recognized drug distributors fraudulently used the physician’s DEA license without his consent to illegally peddle hundreds of thousands of dollars of narcotics.
BIKLAW won its second jury trial in a row on June 4, 2010, beating veteran insurance defense firm Early, Maslach, & Van Dueck (and attorney Fritz Bystrom), and winning over 150% of the amount previously offered as a settlement. BIKLAW currently has three more trials scheduled in the month of June alone.
BIKLAW has been retained by Hooman Toyota of Long Beach in connection with a $500,000+ business fraud stemming from the unauthorized purchase and resale of multiple vehicles. The case is venued in California’s central federal district.
Mr. Kramer has again been retained specifically for the purposes of trying a catastrophic personal injury case in June, 2010.  The case will be Mr. Kramer’s fourth jury trial scheduled this year.
Desiring to service potential clients in his home state of Illinois, BIKLAW principal Bradley I. Kramer sat for the February, 2010 Illinois bar exam and passed. BIKLAW intends to begin marketing its new practice location immediately.
BIKLAW has been retained by an individual specifically for the purpose of trying her catastrophic personal injury claim, currently set for trial on June 1, 2010.
BIKLAW has been retained by motorcycle helmet manufacturer Shanghai Hehui Safety Products Manufacture USA, Co., Ltd., to litigate an insurance bad faith action.
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