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Matthew McNicholas Speaks at the American Board of Trial Advocates’ Masters in Trial Program

Jun
19, 2018

Partner Matthew McNicholas presents at the American Board of Trial Advocates’ (ABOTA) Masters in Trial program on June 22 at Southwestern Law School. Matt will participate on the plaintiff team, presenting on trial demonstration from opening statement through closing arguments. This year’s demonstration involves a claim of workplace sexual harassment and constructive termination. Masters in [Read More]

Partner Matthew McNicholas presents at the American Board of Trial Advocates’ (ABOTA) Masters in Trial program on June 22 at… [Read More]

PG&E May Try to Shift Liability for North Bay Wildfires to Governments: Patrick McNicholas Featured in The Press Democrat Article

Jun
13, 2018

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) is facing the possibility that its power lines will be named by investigators as the cause of the North Bay wildfires. As a result, the company filed claims with Sonoma County, the City of Santa Rosa and other agencies, alleging that if they are found liable for the fires, [Read More]

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) is facing the possibility that its power lines will be named by investigators as… [Read More]

Attorneys Justin Eballar and Michael Kent Named 2018 Southern California Super Lawyers Rising Stars

Jun
7, 2018

Attorneys Justin Eballar and Michael Kent were named 2018 Southern California Super Lawyers Rising Stars for their plaintiffs’ work in the areas of employment litigation, personal injury, class actions and mass torts. This marks the first year Justin has been selected for inclusion, and the second year for Michael. Super Lawyers is a rating service [Read More]

Attorneys Justin Eballar and Michael Kent were named 2018 Southern California Super Lawyers Rising Stars for their plaintiffs’ work in… [Read More]

How to Prevent Workplace Retaliation Claims – Matthew McNicholas Quoted in HR Magazine Article

Mar
28, 2018

When employees complain about discrimination or harassment, employers must protect them from being retaliated against for raising these issues. Otherwise, businesses may face legal liability even when the underlying claim isn’t proven. In the HR magazine article “How to Prevent Workplace Retaliation Claims,” Partner Matthew McNicholas discussed what steps employers should take to safeguard their [Read More]

When employees complain about discrimination or harassment, employers must protect them from being retaliated against for raising these issues. Otherwise,… [Read More]

Four McNicholas & McNicholas Attorneys Selected as 2018 Southern California Super Lawyers; Matthew and Patrick Named to Top 100 List

Jan
30, 2018

Partners John McNicholas, Matthew McNicholas and Patrick McNicholas, as well as Attorney Juan Victoria have been named to the 2018 Southern California Super Lawyers list. Matt and Pat were also named to this year’s Top 100 list. Pat has been named a Super Lawyer since 2004; John and Matt since 2005; and Juan since 2016, [Read More]

Partners John McNicholas, Matthew McNicholas and Patrick McNicholas, as well as Attorney Juan Victoria have been named to the 2018… [Read More]

McNicholas & McNicholas Sponsors the Association of Media & Entertainment Counsel’s 2018 Law and Justice International Film Festival; Matthew Presents on Panel

Jan
25, 2018

McNicholas & McNicholas is proud to sponsor the Association of Media & Entertainment Counsel’s 2018 Law and Justice International Film Festival, held on January 24–25, 2018 at Arclight Beach Cities Cinemas. In addition to the firm’s sponsorship, Partner Matthew McNicholas presents on the panel “Lawyers on Film: Why Do They Hate Us?” AMEC is designed [Read More]

McNicholas & McNicholas is proud to sponsor the Association of Media & Entertainment Counsel’s 2018 Law and Justice International Film… [Read More]

Los Angeles Daily News Reports on McNicholas & McNicholas’ Lawsuit Against the City of Los Angles and the LAPD

Dec
1, 2017

As published by the Los Angeles Daily News, two officers at the Los Angeles Police Department’s Van Nuys division have filed a lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles and the LAPD alleging disability discrimination and retaliation. The article highlights a similar case in which Partner Matthew McNicholas obtained a $2.1 million verdict against the [Read More]

As published by the Los Angeles Daily News, two officers at the Los Angeles Police Department’s Van Nuys division have… [Read More]

Dealing with Deposition Stipulations: David Angeloff Authors California Lawyer Article

Nov
16, 2017

California’s deposition stipulation was designed to accomplish three main things: set forth a clear agreement regarding the custody and transfer of the original transcript; lay out a process for review and signature of the transcript; and protect the party who noticed the deposition. In his California Lawyer article “Dealing With Deposition Stipulations,” Attorney David Angeloff [Read More]

California’s deposition stipulation was designed to accomplish three main things: set forth a clear agreement regarding the custody and transfer… [Read More]

Dozens of Lawsuits Filed in the Aftermath of the Las Vegas Massacre: KFI News Interviews Patrick McNicholas

Nov
14, 2017

KFI News interviewed Patrick McNicholas regarding the numerous lawsuits filed on behalf of the survivors and victims’ families of the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas. The lawsuits against MGM Resorts, Mandalay Bay, Live Nation, the Estate of Stephen Paddock and Slide Fire Solutions allege wrongful death, negligence, assault and [Read More]

KFI News interviewed Patrick McNicholas regarding the numerous lawsuits filed on behalf of the survivors and victims’ families of the… [Read More]

Patrick McNicholas Discusses Northern California Fires in Napa Valley Register Article

Nov
7, 2017

In the Napa Valley Register article “Attorneys Are Offering Legal Services to Napa Fire Victims, but Do They Need It?” Partner Patrick McNicholas offered advice to victims of the Northern California fires who are seeking legal help. McNicholas noted that even if a victim’s insurance covers 100 percent of their loss, they still might have [Read More]

In the Napa Valley Register article “Attorneys Are Offering Legal Services to Napa Fire Victims, but Do They Need It?”… [Read More]

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In the News

Partner Matthew McNicholas presents at the American Board of Trial Advocates’ (ABOTA) Masters in Trial program on June 22 at…
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) is facing the possibility that its power lines will be named by investigators as…
Attorneys Justin Eballar and Michael Kent were named 2018 Southern California Super Lawyers Rising Stars for their plaintiffs’ work in…
When employees complain about discrimination or harassment, employers must protect them from being retaliated against for raising these issues. Otherwise,…
Partners John McNicholas, Matthew McNicholas and Patrick McNicholas, as well as Attorney Juan Victoria have been named to the 2018…
McNicholas & McNicholas is proud to sponsor the Association of Media & Entertainment Counsel’s 2018 Law and Justice International Film…
As published by the Los Angeles Daily News, two officers at the Los Angeles Police Department’s Van Nuys division have…
California’s deposition stipulation was designed to accomplish three main things: set forth a clear agreement regarding the custody and transfer…
KFI News interviewed Patrick McNicholas regarding the numerous lawsuits filed on behalf of the survivors and victims’ families of the…
In the Napa Valley Register article “Attorneys Are Offering Legal Services to Napa Fire Victims, but Do They Need It?”…
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