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Ifrah Law is known for providing the expertise and experience that high-profile clients expect from big firms, along with the benefits of direct, speedy attorney access and cost efficiency that can only be provided by boutique firms. We have successfully represented clients in commercial litigation matters on issues ranging from breach of contract, copyright and trademark, data security and cybersecurity, employment law and licensing, corporate governance disputes, commercial fraud and alter ego, to name a few.

Since the firm’s inception, Jeff Ifrah and his team have received accolades from clients and peers alike for their innovative approach and successful results across the industries of digital media, online entertainment, interactive sports and gaming, in addition to healthcare and pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, financial services and payment processing, and government contracting.

Trained at the nation’s top law firms and at the highest levels of government and regulatory agencies, our lawyers are consistently recognized as litigation leaders in media outlets like the National Law Journal and ranking directories like Chambers USA. We have tried federal cases across key federal agencies – FTC, CFTC, DOJ, EPA, FDA, FERC, as well as numerous U.S. Attorney’s Offices, District Attorney’s Offices, and state regulatory agencies throughout the country.

In addition to counseling our clients through the challenges of a complex commercial litigation, Ifrah Law also provides integral guidance on post litigation strategy including enforcement and collection. Partner George Calhoun, Chair of our Financial Services practice, brings decades of experience in insolvency and creditor’s rights law to our team, enhancing our ability to advise clients not only on the likelihood of judicial success but the viability of collecting on claims, either domestically or in an international context.

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Case Studies

Collecting Judgments in International Jurisdictions

Ifrah Law secured a multibillion-dollar victory for Motorola Solutions Credit Company LLC when companies in foreign jurisdictions sought to defraud our client and avoid collection by hiding assets in far-flung jurisdictions, including Hong Kong, Singapore, and Jordan.

Navigating disparate foreign legal systems, our lawyers first obtained a favorable decision from the court; then, when the debtors attempted to sell off assets to avoid collection, we secured an injunction and had receivers appointed to halt the attempted transfer. Ultimately, the defendant’s primary asset was sold, and our client was made whole with a payment of over $50 million.

In this case, Ifrah Law leveraged a strong network of relationships with international lawyers, regulators, and organizations, as well as litigation savvy in domestic and overseas jurisdictions to deliver both judicial success and financial satisfaction to our client.

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Ongoing Defense of TCPA Claims against Financial Services Company

Ifrah Law represents a financial services company in several matters involving claims under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) which allege violations in connection with debt servicing calls. We are currently litigating and arbitrating over 25 cases for this client in many jurisdictions across the United States.

The potential collective cost to the client is significant in TCPA cases, which allow for statutory damages of up to $500 per call, and $1500 per call if a violation is deemed willful.

Ifrah Law’s team has been consistently successful in negotiating satisfactory resolutions of many of these claims. We have also succeeded in attaining positive results for our client in arbitration proceedings. We have litigated or arbitrated these matters in states such as Florida, Maryland, Illinois, Virginia, New York, and the District of Columbia.

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Successfully Defending a Government Contractor Against a Competitor Protest

A government contractor was awarded a 100% small-business set-aside IDIQ contract, but its success was soon jeopardized. Shortly after contract award, a competitor filed a size protest that challenged the contract award and alleged the government contractor was not a small business because of its affiliation with a larger company. Because of the potentially crippling loss of the entire contract award, the government contractor quickly turned to the expertise and advocacy of Ifrah Law to represent the company before the SBA.

We successfully defended the company against the size protest and the SBA issued a determination that our client qualified as a small business. The outcome of the matter ensured that the contract award remained in place.

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