Our clients were three of seven partners who built and developed two suburban apartment buildings. Mistrust developed among the two camps of partners. Before our engagement, bitter litigation ensued in which the other camp had transferred the property to themselves without properly notifying our clients and then sold the property to a third party with whom they were in partnership. During the litigation, the opposing parties refused to give an inch because of their allegations of impropriety against our clients. As a result of our advocacy, the court rejected all impropriety allegations. Our clients recovered more than $1.1 million from the defendants.