Our firm continued our win streak in the Court of Appeal with unequivocal vicotry in Cheryll Gotto v. William Soto, G053961. The Fourth District Court of Appeal reversed the trial court which had entered judgment in favor of a real estate agent accused of defrauding an elderly client. The Court of Appeal denied the agent’s request for sanctions, finding it unwarranted. The Court of Appeal awarded costs to our client. The decision was an unequivocal victory for plaintiff and Appellant Gotto.
We are please to have been selected as California Business Litigators of the Year by the International Advisory Experts. In 2017 we set a record for verdicts and collections for our clients. We brought in multiple seven figure collections for our clients.
Shout out to the happiest (their description) Berkeley Law second year students, Michael and David Belcher. Keep up the good work with the Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law. The Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law provides a forum for the discussion of regional, national, and international criminal law issues. Since its inception in 2000, the journal has published cutting-edge scholarship by professors, judges, research fellows, clerks, and law students from across the country. (From the Journal’s website).
The class of 2019 will have two more Belchers to keep California litigation lively!
There is not a wave of new sexual harassment in this country. There is a wave of exposing sexual harassment as victims have had the courage to move forward. We are proud to have fought for workplace rights over the decades to bring harassers to justice. We applaud the victims who have outed the harassers and retained counsel to bring justice to the workplace.