MacDonald v. Woodward
In this matter at a former firm, a tenant filed a civil harassment claim against the security guard at an apartment complex. We defended for the security guard, who had kept a log of all the strange activity of this tenant. The tenant had three different vehicles and a scooter that he would drive into the complex at night with the lights off and at erratic speeds. The tenant started videotaping the security guard every time he entered the complex. At other times, he would turn off the lights in his car and then speed towards the guard. We filed a cross-complaint claiming the harassment was coming from the tenant and eventually stipulated to a settlement in which the tenant agreed to move out, much to the happiness of our client.