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Largest Employment Verdict Against LAPD Listed in the Los Angeles Times’ Top Verdicts and Settlements of 2014

Jul
31, 2015

McNicholas & McNicholas’ $12.3 million verdict in the Atkins v. City of Los Angeles case has been listed as the #14 verdict in the Los Angeles Times’ Top Verdicts and Settlements of 2014. In the largest employment verdict ever against the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), Lead Counsel Matthew McNicholas represented five recruitment officers who [Read More]

McNicholas & McNicholas’ $12.3 million verdict in the Atkins v. City of Los Angeles case has been listed as the… [Read More]

Patrick McNicholas Comments on Third-Party Legal Case Funding in the Los Angeles Business Journal

May
19, 2015

With the steadily rising cost of litigation, a crop of companies are jumping into the equation and offering plaintiffs’ attorneys funding in personal injury cases in exchange for a piece of the recovery. In the article, “Suit Supporters Court Criticism” published by the Los Angeles Business Journal, Partner Patrick McNicholas says that although his firm [Read More]

With the steadily rising cost of litigation, a crop of companies are jumping into the equation and offering plaintiffs’ attorneys… [Read More]

Partner Matthew McNicholas Discusses San Bernardino County’s Settlement to Avoid a Lawsuit

Apr
22, 2015

In the article, “California county to pay man beaten by deputies on video” published by Associated Press, Partner Matthew McNicholas discusses the win-win result for both parties involved in a federal civil rights investigation. On April 9, plaintiff Francis Pusok was involved in a horse chase with San Bernardino deputies after attempting a search warrant [Read More]

In the article, “California county to pay man beaten by deputies on video” published by Associated Press, Partner Matthew McNicholas… [Read More]

Daily Journal Features McNicholas & McNicholas’ Successful Family Ties

Apr
7, 2015

The article, “McNicholas family works together as plaintiff lawyers,” published by Daily Journal features the firm’s long-standing family history, as well as the successes they’ve achieved since opening their doors in 1993. McNicholas & McNicholas was founded by patriarch John McNicholas and his son, Patrick, who have since then employed daughter and sister Courtney for [Read More]

The article, “McNicholas family works together as plaintiff lawyers,” published by Daily Journal features the firm’s long-standing family history, as… [Read More]

Becker Law Group and McNicholas & McNicholas File Lawsuit for the Wrongful Death of 11-Year Old Boy From Eating Quorn Food Product

Mar
24, 2015

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Los Angeles-based plaintiffs’ trial law firms of Becker Law Group and McNicholas & McNicholas, filed a lawsuit against Quorn Foods, Inc., Sprouts Farmers Market and Howell Mountain Distributors for the wrongful death of 11-year-old Miles Bengco who suffered a severe anaphylactic reaction to the Quorn Food product “Turk’y Burger,” which [Read More]

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Los Angeles-based plaintiffs’ trial law firms of Becker Law Group and McNicholas & McNicholas, filed… [Read More]

Matthew McNicholas Talks with Good Morning America on Defamation Lawsuit Filed Against Spike TV

Mar
24, 2015

Partner Matthew McNicholas appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America discussing the lawsuit the firm recently filed against Spike TV, on behalf of contractor Jeff Dillman, for allegedly luring him to a fake client’s house in order to ambush Mr. Dillman with camera crews and threaten him that if he did not participate in the show To Catch a Contractor, they would assist [Read More]

Partner Matthew McNicholas appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America discussing the lawsuit the firm recently filed against Spike TV, on behalf of contractor Jeff… [Read More]

McNicholas & McNicholas Files Retaliation Lawsuit Against the City of Whittier for Imposing an Illegal Ticket Quota

Mar
4, 2015

LOS ANGELES, CA – The plaintiff’s trial law firm McNicholas & McNicholas filed a retaliation lawsuit against the City of Whittier on behalf of six Whittier Police Department (WPD) Officers and demanding a trial by jury. The lawsuit alleges that the WPD imposed an unlawful citation and arrest quota in violation of California Vehicle Code [Read More]

LOS ANGELES, CA – The plaintiff’s trial law firm McNicholas & McNicholas filed a retaliation lawsuit against the City of… [Read More]

Lawsuit Filed Against County of Santa Barbara, Sheriff’s Dept., & Capri Apartments for Isla Vista Shooting

Mar
2, 2015

Becker Law Group and McNicholas & McNicholas File Lawsuit Against County of Santa Barbara, Sheriff’s Department and Capri Apartments for Isla Vista Shooting — Elliot Rodger’s killing spree near UCSB campus on May 23, 2014 left six students dead and 14 injured — Santa Barbara, CA – The Los Angeles-based plaintiffs trial law firms of [Read More]

Becker Law Group and McNicholas & McNicholas File Lawsuit Against County of Santa Barbara, Sheriff’s Department and Capri Apartments for… [Read More]

Daily Journal Recognizes Arreola v. City of Pomona et al. as One of the 2014 Top Plaintiffs’ Verdicts by Impact

Feb
19, 2015

In a special issue, Daily Journal recognized the most significant and impressive victories during 2014 to honor exceptional work by litigators. Partner Matthew McNicholas’ case, Arreola v. City of Pomona et al., was selected as a top plaintiffs’ verdict by impact, recognizing his ability to secure verdict in federal court on behalf of Sergio Arreola [Read More]

In a special issue, Daily Journal recognized the most significant and impressive victories during 2014 to honor exceptional work by… [Read More]

McNicholas & McNicholas Prevails on Class Action Appeal on Behalf of Disabled Postal Workers

Feb
12, 2015

On February 6, 2015, the appellate branch of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) dismissed a second appeal filed by the U.S. Postal Service in a class action brought by disabled postal workers. The class action is pursuant to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in federal employment. [Read More]

On February 6, 2015, the appellate branch of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) dismissed a second appeal filed by… [Read More]

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In the News

McNicholas & McNicholas’ $12.3 million verdict in the Atkins v. City of Los Angeles case has been listed as the…
With the steadily rising cost of litigation, a crop of companies are jumping into the equation and offering plaintiffs’ attorneys…
In the article, “California county to pay man beaten by deputies on video” published by Associated Press, Partner Matthew McNicholas…
The article, “McNicholas family works together as plaintiff lawyers,” published by Daily Journal features the firm’s long-standing family history, as…
LOS ANGELES, CA – The Los Angeles-based plaintiffs’ trial law firms of Becker Law Group and McNicholas & McNicholas, filed…
Partner Matthew McNicholas appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America discussing the lawsuit the firm recently filed against Spike TV, on behalf of contractor Jeff…
LOS ANGELES, CA – The plaintiff’s trial law firm McNicholas & McNicholas filed a retaliation lawsuit against the City of…
Becker Law Group and McNicholas & McNicholas File Lawsuit Against County of Santa Barbara, Sheriff’s Department and Capri Apartments for…
In a special issue, Daily Journal recognized the most significant and impressive victories during 2014 to honor exceptional work by…
On February 6, 2015, the appellate branch of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) dismissed a second appeal filed by…
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