Daily Journal Interviews Matthew McNicholas on Impact of O.J. Simpson Criminal Trial in Court Proceedings

The O.J. Simpson murder case stands out as one of the first high-profile trials to grant the public unprecedented access into courtroom proceedings. In an interview with Daily Journal, Partner Matthew McNicholas explained how the fixation on the trial attorneys’ every move…

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TopVerdict Names $13.1M and $10.1M Verdicts to Top 50 Verdicts List in California in 2023

Partner Matthew McNicholas and Senior Lawyer Douglas Winter were recognized on TopVerdict’s 2023 list of Top 50 Plaintiff Jury Verdicts in California for securing two substantial verdicts: $13.1 million verdict on behalf of two male LAPD police officers in a sex discrimination…

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Matthew McNicholas Inducted Into the International Academy of Trial Lawyers

Partner Matthew McNicholas has been inducted as a Fellow into the International Academy of Trial Lawyers (IATL), recognized as the most prestigious organization of trial lawyers in the world. McNicholas & McNicholas is the only family with three simultaneous members in IATL…

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Los Angeles Business Journal Recognizes McNicholas & McNicholas on 2024 Top Law Firms List

McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP was ranked among the top law firms in Los Angeles County by Los Angeles Business Journal for 2024. For more than three decades, McNicholas & McNicholas has represented clients in the areas of catastrophic personal injury, auto accidents,…

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$11.56M Verdict Obtained in Retaliation Lawsuit Against City of L.A. and LAPD on Behalf of K9 Trainer – Los Angeles Times, LA Daily News, MyNewsLA, KNX News and More Report on Lawsuit

Partner Matthew McNicholas and Senior Lawyer Douglas Winter’s $11.56 million jury verdict for a former Los Angeles Police Department Bomb Detection K9 Trainer was featured in Los Angeles Daily News, MyNewsLA, KNX News, Daily Journal and additional media outlets. Plaintiff Mark Sauvao…

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McNicholas & McNicholas’ Band Performs in 13th Annual Law Rocks to Raise Money for Inner City Law Center

In support of Inner City Law Center, McNicholas & McNicholas’ band Sustained!, made up of firm members, performed in the 13th Annual Law Rocks fundraiser. Law Rocks promotes youth music education and raises funds for local nonprofit organizations by combining the power…

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Daily Journal Names $10.1M Discrimination & Retaliation Judgment Against LAPD to Top Verdicts 2023 List

Partner Matthew McNicholas and Senior Lawyer Douglas Winter’s $10.1 million jury verdict on behalf of Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Captain Stacey Vince was recognized among Daily Journal’s list of Top Verdicts for 2023. Vince’s husband, Lou Vince, was also a Lieutenant in the LAPD. In 2018, he sued the Department and the City of Los Angeles…

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Southern California Super Lawyers Recognizes Four McNicholas & McNicholas Attorneys on 2024 List

Partners Matthew McNicholas and Patrick McNicholas and Senior Lawyers Jeffrey Lamb and Douglas Winter were selected to Southern California Super Lawyers 2024 for their work in personal injury and labor & employment litigation. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from…

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McNicholas & McNicholas Announces 2024 Education Scholarship for Children of UFLAC Members

McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP is excited to announce four new scholarships throughout 2024 – $12,500 each – for children of United Firefighters of Los Angeles City (UFLAC) members. McNicholas & McNicholas believes that education is the key to personal prosperity and the…

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TopVerdict Recognizes $4.3M Disability Discrimination Judgment Against LAPD Among Top 50 U.S. Civil Rights Violation Verdicts

Partner Matthew McNicholas and Senior Lawyer Douglas Winter’s unanimous $4.3 million jury verdict on behalf of a veteran lieutenant officer with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) was recognized among TopVerdict’s Top 50 Civil Rights Violation Verdicts in the U.S. for 2022. In Lou Vince v. City of Los…

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