Several employment cases Mr. Potts has handled have resulted in appellate court decisions, including Dumas v. Infosafe, 320 S.C. 188, 463 S.E.2d 641 (Ct. App. 1995); Kieger v. Citgo, 326 S.C. 369, 482 S.E.2d 792 (Ct. App. 1996); Barron v. Labor Finders of South Carolina, 393 S.C. 609, 713 S.E.2d 634 (2011); Collins Holding Corp. v. Defibaugh, 373 S.C. 446, 646 S.E.2d 147 (SC App. 2007); and numerous reported and unreported district court decisions including, but not limited to,
- Bhella v. England, 91 Fed.Appx. 835 (4th Cir. 2004);
- Cassity v. Geren, 749 F.Supp.2d 380 (DSC 2010);
- Wright v. Stark Truss Co., Inc., 2012 WL 3039092 (DSC 2012);
- Kennedy v. Credit Cent., Inc., 2011 WL 6780114 (DSC 2011) report and recommendation adopted by 2011 WL 6780902 (DSC 2011);
- Wallace v. Platt’s Heating and Air Conditioning Co., Inc., 2010 WL 427738 (DSC 2010).
Moreover, in January of 2013, Mr. Potts spoke and gave a presentation at the South Carolina Trial Lawyers Convention in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on the Barron case cited above.
Potts has tried numerous employment cases before a jury, both in state court and federal court, and has obtained sizable jury verdicts in a number of cases, including verdicts in the amounts of:
- $1.5 million
Of course, most cases do not even reach trial. Mr. Potts has successfully negotiated favorable settlements for a vast majority of his clients before reaching the trial stage.
Disclaimer: Future results or outcomes cannot be indicated or predicated on past results, including verdicts and settlements. Each case is unique, and must be evaluated on its own merits, distinct facts, circumstances, and applicable law involved in a given matter.