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McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP's attorneys are frequently called upon by the media and industry organizations to share their legal expertise. We invite you to read about recent issues in personal injury, employment and civil rights, sexual abuse, and other areas of law, as well as what’s new at the firm.

Associate Michael Kent Selected as a 2021 Southern California Rising Star by Super Lawyers

Associate Michael Kent was selected as a 2021 Southern California Rising Star for his distinguished work practicing in all areas of civil litigation, including employment law, personal and catastrophic injury, professional liability and civil rights discrimination. This is the fourth year Michael has been…

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LAPD Officers Vindicated with Judgments by the City of Los Angeles Over “Blue Flu” Accusations

As profiled by The Los Angeles Times, McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP obtained judgments from the City of Los Angeles on behalf of four LAPD officers who were wrongly accused of being part of a so-called “blue flu” sickout during the July 4,…

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McNicholas & McNicholas Selected as Finalist for National Law Journal’s 2021 Elite Trial Lawyers

Each year, National Law Journal selects firms with repeated successes in cutting-edge trial work, and McNicholas & McNicholas was selected as a finalist for their victories with catastrophic injury matters. The firm is one of six firms selected in the catastrophic personal…

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KFI AM 640 Reports on McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP’s LAPD Retaliation Lawsuit

McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Police Department on behalf of veteran L.A. Police Sergeant Frank Preciado, who was retaliated against and lost his job duties after filing a complaint against his supervisor for prohibiting him from…

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MyNewsLA Features Lawsuit Over “Blue Flu” Accusation; Veteran LAPD Officer Sues City of Los Angeles

McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP filed another lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles on behalf of a veteran Los Angeles Police Department officer who was wrongfully demoted after being falsely accused of taking part in a so-called “blue flu” officer sickout during…

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McNicholas & McNicholas Case Ranked Top 50 Labor & Employment in the U.S. by TopVerdict.com

Partner Matthew McNicholas’ $750,000 settlement in Cordero v. County of Los Angeles was ranked by TopVerdict.com among the Top 50 Labor & Employment Settlements in the United States in the year 2019. In this case, Matthew represented a sheriff’s deputy who was retaliated against…

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Five McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP Attorneys Selected as 2021 Southern California Super Lawyers

Partners John McNicholas, Matthew McNicholas, Patrick McNicholas, Senior Lawyer Juan Victoria and Associate Jeffrey Lamb were selected as 2021 Southern California Super Lawyers for their work in litigation, employment and personal injury. This marks Patrick’s 17th, Matt and John’s 16th, Juan’s sixth and Jeffrey’s second year of inclusion on the list….

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Lawsuit Filed: LAPD Officer Sues Long Beach Towing Company & Driver for Near-Death Injuries After Tow Truck Crashed into Him

McNicholas & McNicholas filed a lawsuit against Long Beach Towing and Storage, Inc. and its driver on behalf of 25-year-old Los Angeles Police Department officer Armando Medina, who was nearly killed when a tow truck ran a red light, crashing into him….

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Lawsuit Filed: Former LAPD Officer Sues City of Los Angeles for Violating California Labor Code Involving Illegal Gang-Related Demands – Featured in La Opinion

McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP filed a lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Police Department on behalf of a veteran LAPD officer in the Metro Division, who was retaliated against, stripped of his police powers, and reassigned home…

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Lawsuit Filed: LAPD Officers Sue City of Los Angeles Over “Blue Flu” Accusation – Featured in Los Angeles Times

McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP filed a lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Police Department on behalf of two veteran police officers wrongly accused of being part of a so-called “blue flu” sickout during the July 4 holiday weekend…

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