On November 3, 2017, following a five day trial held in the York County Superior Court, a jury returned an unanimous verdict in favor of a small condominium association and its officers in a lawsuit that was filed by one of the unit owners. Christine Kennedy-Jensen represented the condominium association and its three officers who were named individually. The jury considered multiple claims including breach of contract and overburdening of an utility easement. The condominium association also prevailed by an unanimous decision on its counterclaim for unpaid assessments over a period of six years. Following the jury’s decision, the case proceeded to a one day hearing in a bench trial before Judge O’Neil on equitable claims and defenses presented by the owners of the condominium unit which was held in May 2018. All of the equitable issues were also resolved in favor of Christine’s client.
- Jury finds unanimously for Defendant Condominium Association
- Attorney Alison Denham Appointed to Merit Selection Panel
- Retrial produces second jury verdict for defendant landlord
- Business & Consumer Court grants two summary judgment motions filed by Attorney Christine Kennedy-Jensen on behalf of a national leisure tour company
- Martica Douglas and Deb Buccina Invited into the American Board of Trial Advocates, “ABOTA”