Steve helps clients successfully complete short sale of property, relieving them of crippling debt without bank recourse.
Steve finalizes six figure settlement for the plaintiff in an insurance coverage dispute.
Steve delivers five figure settlement for the claimants in a breach of contract dispute.
Steve wins partial summary judgment for client on its insurer’s duty to defend underlying litigation pursant to a media liability policy. The United States District Court for the District of Maryland’s decision adopts the Oster Law Firm’s arguments. Please call or email for a copy of Judge Bennett’s opinion.
Steve delivers six figure settlement on behalf of plaintiff in wrongful discharge and defamation case.
On behalf of homeowners, Steve obtains unprecedented settlement of Fair Credit Reporting Act and breach of contract claims against national bank.
Steve Oster is quoted in article concerning Maryland Medical Marijuana Licensing. The article can be found here: http://mjbizdaily.com/maryland-shaping-next-big-medical-marijuana-market/
The Oster Law Firm prevails on a motion to dismiss brought by Bank of America in a case alleging Fair Credit Reporting Act violations and mortgage abuses. Steve represents a couple in connection with two loans originally placed with BoA. The Complaint seeks damages and injunctive relief on several theories. Judge Boasberg of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia ruled overwhelmingly in the clients’ favor. Contact us for copies of the opinion.
Steve wins a motion to dismiss tort claims brought against his client, a downtown restaurant, arising out of an off-premises altercation. The plaintiff asserted the restaurant, by virtue of its having reqested a Metropolitan Police Detail for crowd control, was vicariously liable for the officers’ alleged failure to act. United States District Judge Kollar-Kotelly ruled the plaintiff had failed to plausibly allege the client controlled the police officers’ actions.
The Oster Law Firm files suit against a well-known national bank on behalf of a credit customer alleging violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Settlement terms include deletion of adverse credit information and a cash payment to the client.
The Oster Law Firm obtains summary judgment from the Delaware Court of Chancery for a stockholder seeking access to corporate books and records pursuant to 8 Del. Ch. s. 220.
Steve authors briefs for filing in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
Steve co-authors brief for filing in the District of Columbia Court of Appeals in a criminal matter.
Steve achieves favorable settlement in Texas professional negligence case.
Steve Oster is selected by the Paxton Law Group to oversee litigation matters.
Steve Oster represents client in an adjudicatory hearing before the Social Security Admnistration, winning on all issues.
The Oster Law Firm wins a preliminary injunction on behalf of Steve’s clients in District of Columbia Superior Court.
The Disrict of Columbia Court of Appeals names Steve Oster to the 2013 Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll for outstanding pro bono service.
The Oster Law Firm concludes settlement of litigation in which its client–a defendant–recovers a substantial sum from the plaintiffs.
Steve Oster delivers oral argument before Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals on Federal Tort Claims Act issues.
Steve Oster authors briefs to the District of Columbia Court of Appeals resulting in remand of criminal conviction for evidentiary hearing on government’s compliance with United States v. Jencks.
Steve Oster accepts position as Adjunct Professor of Law at Webster University.
Oster Law Firm wins appeal to the Fourth Circuit resulting in rare reversal and entry of judgment in favor of OLF client. Contact us for a copy of the opinion and briefs.
Oster Law Firm files petition for writ of certiorari in the U.S. Supreme Court challenging criminal sentencing based on acquitted conduct. Contact us for copies of the petition.
Oster Law successfully petitions Social Security Administration Appeals Council to vacate and remand an adverse decision aganst client.
Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals adopts Oster Law Firm’s arguments and reverses decision on the recoverability of attorney’s fees in real estate contract cases.
The Oster Law Firm obtains settlement in case involving family trust; settlement terms exceed former counsel’s original demand in litigation.
The Oster Law Firm wins a directed verdict at trial dismissing fraud claims against client.