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Civil Litigation Law in California

 

Legal Deadlines in a Lawsuit, You Must Know What “Last Day to File” Means

17Nov2017Posted by Legal Team in Civil Litigation, Civil Litigation Law in California, Law Blog for California and Texas, Texas Law Questions

Legal Deadlines:  What does “Last Day to File” Mean?  By Matthew Clarke   If you are a civil litigation lawyer in private practice or you represent yourself in a civil case, legal deadlines are a part of your life.  Your calendar must always be accurate…

Need Independent Counsel to Defend a Lawsuit Against You?

11Oct2017Posted by Legal Team in Civil Litigation Law in California, Construction Law, Employment Law in California, Law Blog for California and Texas, Lender Liability Law in California, Uncategorized

INSURANCE – HOW TO GET INDEPENDENT COUNSEL HIRED By Dugan P. Kelley Insurance for Personal Injury Suits in Denton, Collin, Dallas, Tarrant, or Wise Counties. You have been sued.  You have provided your insurance company notice (tendered) the lawsuit, and you received a letter back…

Lompoc Record Reports: Court dismisses suit against Chumash

13Sep2017Posted by Legal Team in Civil Litigation Law in California

Court dismisses suit against Chumash addressing Reservation For more information about the case, contact matt@chirstmankelley.com or reach us at www.ChristmanKelley.com Lompoc Record Harold Pierce hpierce@leecentralcoastnews.com July 6, 2015 An artist’s rendering shows plans for the front of the Chumash Casino after expansion. A U.S. District Court…

Law360 Article:  Chumash Casino Expansion Isn’t Legal, Neighbors’ Suit Claims

13Sep2017Posted by Legal Team in California Law Questions, Civil Litigation Law in California, Law Questions by California Cities

For more information about the case, contact matt@chirstmankelley.com or reach us at www.ChristmanKelley.com Chumash Casino Expansion Isn’t Legal, Neighbors’ Suit Claims   By Caroline Simson Law360, New York (April 3, 2015, 4:40 PM EDT) — A group of Santa Ynez Valley residents sued the Santa Ynez Band of…

Anti-SLAPP – Christman, Kelley & Clarke, PC to Argue Anti-SLAPP Issues on Appeal

13Sep2017Posted by Legal Team in California Law Questions, Civil Litigation Law in California, Law Blog for California and Texas, Law Questions by California Cities

The Civil Action Alleging Anti-Competitive Conduct in the Autograph Memorabilia Industry Christman, Kelley & Clarke, PC filed a civil action against leading players in the autographed memorabilia industry.  CKC alleged Defendants engaged in anti-competitive conduct directed against CKC’s clients. The Defendants filed motions to strike…

Lompoc Record Reports: Former jail project manager in legal fight with county – – Issues involve use of title, back pay, other allegations

11Apr2016Posted by Legal Team in California Law Questions, Civil Litigation Law in California, Employment Law in California, Law Questions by California Cities

Santa Barbara Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Reported by Lompoc Record Former jail project manager in wrongful termination lawsuit with county – Santa Barbara County is embroiled in civil litigation with the former project manager of the long-anticipated Northern Branch Jail, with both the project and county tax…

Christman, Kelley & Clarke, PC resolve multi-million dollar swimming pool

11Apr2016Posted by Legal Team in California Law Questions, Civil Litigation Law in California, Law Blog for California and Texas, Law Questions by California Cities, Swimming Pool Defects, Uncategorized

Swimming Pool Defect – Has anybody you know spent three million dollars on a pool which you could not use? Christman, Kelley & Clarke litigated a swimming pool defect case for many years.  We fought the case hard, even obtaining a reversal of a trial…