The management company for Hotel Icon sued the owners of the hotel for a substantial sum of money for breach of the management agreement. Caddell & Chapman took the case on a “reverse” contingent fee basis, meaning its fee was to be calculated on a percentage of the amount sought by the management company in the lawsuit that the owners did not have to pay at the end of the lawsuit. The case was settled for $0.
Class action lawyers representing plaintiffs nationwide in consumer protection, product defect, FCRA, and other complex cases. Both Michael Caddell and Cynthia Chapman have been named by LawDragon as two of the “500 Leading Plaintiffs’ Lawyers in America.” All Caddell & Chapman lawyers have been recognized by SuperLawers as outstanding in their field.