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We are pleased to announce our inclusion in San Francisco Business Times Top Law Firms list in the Greater Bay Area. goo.gl/xEOkN2
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William Veen, Craig Peters, Anthony Label and Andje Medina present at the Western Trial Lawyers Association’s Winter Conference, held at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort in Steamboat Springs, Colorado from February 2-4. goo.gl/ydzJLV
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We are honored to be featured in Daily Journal for our creativity and persistence in handling large personal injury, wrongful death and product liability cases that other firms turn down for being too complex. goo.gl/Us44Hm
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Trial Team Leader Elinor Leary and Attorney Alexandra Hamilton filed a lawsuit on behalf of Viktor Fedchuk for negligence against PSP Property Maintenance, whose employee allegedly threw a 20-pound fan/motor from the rooftop, striking Viktor in the head causing severe injuries. goo.gl/aTf0yD
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Attorney Andje Medina speaks on Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles’ panel discussing major legal decisions from 2016 and their impact on the practice of law. goo.gl/aR31Qh
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In her Daily Journal article “Property Owners Should Know Duties to Reduce Premises Liability Exposure,” Attorney Kimberly Wong discusses what property owners need to know in regards to their legal responsibilities, good practices to maintain their property and their potential financial exposure if an injury occurs. goo.gl/jEIHra
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In the Daily Journal article “SB 482: Reining in Overprescription,” Trial Attorney Craig Peters discusses the origins and passage of Senate Bill 482, which prevents patients from getting excessive prescriptions for narcotics by visiting multiple doctors. goo.gl/N1JslD
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Trial Team Leader Elinor Leary and Attorney Alexandra Hamilton filed a complaint on behalf of Asad Allah against Whole Foods Market its management company R. I. & 17TH, LLC, and the homeowners association Potrero Homeowners Association for product liability, nuisance, negligence and premise liability. The lawsuit alleges that Defendants failed to maintain a safe alarm system and to warn, protect or evacuate patrons when a false alarm went off in the store, emitting an inappropriate, excessive and harmful sound. As a result of this negligence and reckless breach of duty, Asad’s hearing was damaged. He now suffers from tinnitus and a constant ringing sound in his ears. goo.gl/Qp3DMH
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Daily Journal profiles Craig Peters for his recent trip to Morocco to attend the opening ceremony of a new dormitory at Berber School. goo.gl/DrrOHl
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We are pleased to announce that Kimberly Wong has been appointed to the 2017 Queen’s Bench Board of Directors. goo.gl/UoP7zr
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