Who We Are

Our Lawyers

Meet the lawyers who will be working on your case. With more than 60 years of collective trial experience, we have much to offer you, including awards, accolades and nominations that cannot be matched.

Our Lawyers

In The News

Our Lawyers
in the Media

At Domina Law Group we are fortunate to work on fascinating and compelling legal problems and lawsuits that change laws and affect our country – Media across the US and across the borders agree. Read stories and watch videos of our cases and with our lawyers.

Attorney Referrals

Our firm has a reputation as leaders in complex litigation.

Get the best result possible by partnering with us.

Our legal skills have been utilized in some of the most specialized and complicated cases. These cases were often referred to us by other professionals in the field. We honor and respect lawyers and other professionals who choose to refer complex cases to our law firm.

We have paid millions in fees to our co-counsel. Call us.

Learn More

Contact Us

Contact Us Today

Send Your Message

Trial is legal surgery, the narrowest specialty, and it requires unique skills. Our clients want our service and hope they never need it again- like surgery.

Brian Jorde Represents Cody Foster & Co. in Lawsuit Over Canceled Orders

Cody Foster & Co. has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against Urban Outfitters and subsidiary company Anthropologie, alleging that the retailers canceled orders following claims that Cody Foster infringed on another artist's original work. Attorney Brian Jorde of Domina Law Group is representing Cody Foster, a Valentine, Nebraska-based company, in the suit.

Cody Foster is seeking an outstanding balance of over $576,000 plus interest over 124 ornament purchase orders.

The suit states, ""Defendants refuse to pay amounts owed under contract, seek to return the items to Cody Foster at Cody Foster's expense and cancel all pending orders."

According to Jorde, Urban Outfitters and its subsidiaries backed out of a deal and expected Cody Foster to pick up the slack.

This is a significant financial loss for Cody Foster & Co., a company that grosses about $3 million in annual sales.

Last year, Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie announced that they would no longer do business with Cody Foster & Co. after hearing infringement claims via social media. No official claim of infringement was ever filed against Cody Foster, which would have been necessary for the retailers to back out of the deal legitimately. Since no such claims were filed, Jorde says, Cody Foster is entitled to the outstanding balance.

View a copy of the full story.


No Comments Posted

How Can We Help You?

Tell us about your case.

Send Your Message