Cases of Interest
The Civil Discovery Act is not a substitute for the Public Records Act, nor an expansion of the information the Public Records Act entitles the public to demand of a public agency. A public entity was not required to produce explanatory information in response to Public Records Act requests.
Unless containing threats of violence, all communicative acts performed by attorneys as part of their client representation are per se protected petitioning activity.READ MORE
A corporation that facilitates the sexual abuse of children by one of its employees is not excused from an affirmative duty to protect those children merely because it is solely owned by the perpetrator of abuse.READ MORE
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Congratulations to partner Jeff Levine for being inducted as a member of the Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA). TIDA was founded in 1993 and maintains…READ MORE
Miss Simmons received her JD from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. Her practice will focus on the defense of individuals, businesses,…READ MORE
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