Claudio Stoller’s law firm, Ellis & Son, has won a $25 million verdict against Leicester City.
The two-year long trial has seen the crown use the ‘prejudice’ defence.
It was established in England in the 1970s to protect people against wrongful dismissal claims.
The Crown argued that because the jury had not been given a full picture of what happened at the hotel, they had not had the opportunity to make a reasoned decision on whether to award damages.
It’s the second time the trial has been thrown out, with the judges ruling in 2016 that the Crown had acted unlawfully in the trial.
It means that the crown will be unable to claim damages for injuries suffered at the stadium, but Stoller will still have to pay legal costs.
Claudio Stiller’s law practice was involved in the landmark landmark judgement in the ‘Prejudice Case’.
He said: “It’s great that the judge decided to give me some justice.
I’m really pleased.
It’s an enormous victory.”
Claudio is also currently in talks with lawyers for Tottenham Hotspur.
He said the case had given him the chance to look into potential employment with a club.
He added: “I’ll do whatever I can to help out my client and hopefully it’ll all be sorted out for the future.”
Stoller said that he had no plans to step down from the case, but admitted that it would be “a shame” if the outcome had “disfigured the reputation” of his clients.
Claudo’s wife, Marlene, added: “[I] feel the verdict is a huge vindication of what I’ve been doing for many years.”