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Attorney Shrayer cannot make statements that create an unjustified expectation of success. This information has not been provided nor has it been reviewed by the Florida Bar and is not necessarily indicative that similar results will be achieved in your case as facts and circumstances will differ accordingly.
In 2015, the firm received
a one million eight hundred and forty two seven hundred and fifty thousand dollar ($1,842,750.00) judgment in federal court in the Southern District of Florida against a California Corporation for patent infringement after the award was trebled due to willful infringement. A permanent injunction was also issued, which prevented the Defendants from ever again engaging in the infringing conduct.
Attorney Shrayer worked with United States Customs and Border Protection and Homeland Security Investigations to have counterfeit products seized upon their importation into the United States. Subsequently, the firm prosecuted the importer in United States District Court in the Eastern District of Michigan and was awarded a $600,000.00 judgment and a permanent injunction on behalf of its clients against the importer.
In 2014, Attorney Shrayer became among the first attorneys in the nation to successfully petition the federal courts to allow alternative service of process by electronic means against an American Citizen. Previously, alternative service of process by email had only been allowed on foreign nationals.