In the News

Los Angeles Sentinel and the Orange County Business Journal Chronicle Urban Compass’ 10-Year Anniversary

Feb
24, 2016

Co-founded by Partner Patrick McNicholas in 2005, the nonprofit organization Urban Compass celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2015. Urban Compass’ initial mission was to serve Watts, one of the lowest-income neighborhoods in Los Angeles, and formulate programs targeted at troubled and at-risk youth. As featured in the Los Angeles Sentinel and the Orange County Business [Read More]

Co-founded by Partner Patrick McNicholas in 2005, the nonprofit organization Urban Compass celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2015. Urban Compass’… [Read More]

David Angeloff Offers a Primer on Attorneys’ Liens for California Lawyer

Jan
15, 2016

When clients change law firms, attorneys risk losing out on payment for their hard work. In the article, “A Primer on the Attorney’s Lien” published by California Lawyer, Attorney David Angeloff explains why including a specific, detailed lien provision in contracts is the best way for attorneys to ensure they receive legal fees entitled to [Read More]

When clients change law firms, attorneys risk losing out on payment for their hard work. In the article, “A Primer… [Read More]

Matthew McNicholas Discusses the Ferguson Effect on 790 KABC Radio Interview

Jan
8, 2016

As a guest speaker on 790 KABC’s Dr. Drew Midday Live radio show, Partner Matthew McNicholas delved into the discussion on the Wall Street Journal article that discussed what it called the “Ferguson effect.”  The article claimed that the crime rate has increased by 11 percent this past year as a result of the Ferguson [Read More]

As a guest speaker on 790 KABC’s Dr. Drew Midday Live radio show, Partner Matthew McNicholas delved into the discussion… [Read More]

Daily Journal Article Discusses Eight Class Action Lawsuits Filed by Patrick McNicholas Regarding On-Call Scheduling

Dec
9, 2015

The Daily Journal article, “Defense lawyers concerned about on-call scheduling litigation wave” discusses eight of the nine separate class action lawsuits filed by Partner Patrick McNicholas and Associate Attorney Michael Kent against mall staples, such as Gap, Inc. and Abercrombie & Fitch Co., for not paying employees for time spent reporting to work. Mr. McNicholas [Read More]

The Daily Journal article, “Defense lawyers concerned about on-call scheduling litigation wave” discusses eight of the nine separate class action… [Read More]

Michael Kent Discusses Several Class Action Lawsuits Over On-Demand Scheduling

Nov
30, 2015

In an article published in the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Attorney Michael Kent discussed the eight class action lawsuits McNicholas & McNicholas has filed this year in conjunction with co-counsel Bridgford, Gleason & Artinian. Some of the retailers named in lawsuits, including Abercrombie & Fitch, Bath & Body Works and Gap, already have [Read More]

In an article published in the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Attorney Michael Kent discussed the eight class action… [Read More]

Former Employee Files Class Action Lawsuit against BCBG Max Azria for Wage Violations

Oct
14, 2015

Partner Patrick McNicholas is representing a former employee of BCBG Max Azria in a class action lawsuit, alleging that the clothing retailer failed to compensate employees who reported for on-call shifts but did not actually work. Additionally, the suit alleges that the company punished employees for being tardy or missing on-call shifts, even though employees [Read More]

Partner Patrick McNicholas is representing a former employee of BCBG Max Azria in a class action lawsuit, alleging that the… [Read More]

African-American Sergeant Files Lawsuit against LAPD for Retaliation in Speaking Out Against Alleged Racism in the Department

Sep
3, 2015

On Wednesday, September 2, Matthew McNicholas of the Los Angeles-based law firm McNicholas & McNicholas, filed a lawsuit on behalf of 34-year Los Angeles Police Department veteran Sergeant Wayne Guillary, alleging discrimination, harassment and retaliation for speaking out against suspected racism and illegal activity in the department. The lawsuit details several occasions where Mr. Guillary [Read More]

On Wednesday, September 2, Matthew McNicholas of the Los Angeles-based law firm McNicholas & McNicholas, filed a lawsuit on behalf… [Read More]

Patrick McNicholas Comments on the Rise of Nursing Home Bankruptcies with Daily Journal

Sep
2, 2015

In the article, “Distress in health care industry highlights nursing home woes” published by Daily Journal, experts commented on the rising number of nursing home bankruptcies due to high operation costs and the proliferation of lawsuits against them. A spokesman for The American Health Care Association puts the responsibility of the rise in lawsuits against [Read More]

In the article, “Distress in health care industry highlights nursing home woes” published by Daily Journal, experts commented on the… [Read More]

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]

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In the News

Co-founded by Partner Patrick McNicholas in 2005, the nonprofit organization Urban Compass celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2015. Urban Compass’…
When clients change law firms, attorneys risk losing out on payment for their hard work. In the article, “A Primer…
As a guest speaker on 790 KABC’s Dr. Drew Midday Live radio show, Partner Matthew McNicholas delved into the discussion…
The Daily Journal article, “Defense lawyers concerned about on-call scheduling litigation wave” discusses eight of the nine separate class action…
In an article published in the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Attorney Michael Kent discussed the eight class action…
Partner Patrick McNicholas is representing a former employee of BCBG Max Azria in a class action lawsuit, alleging that the…
On Wednesday, September 2, Matthew McNicholas of the Los Angeles-based law firm McNicholas & McNicholas, filed a lawsuit on behalf…
In the article, “Distress in health care industry highlights nursing home woes” published by Daily Journal, experts commented on the…
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…
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