December 29th, 2016/By Admin/In Firm News, Firm News, General Litigation

The Firm is pleased to report an article previously published by Firm attorney Eric Kunkel entitled “The Spanish Law of Waters in the United States:  From Alfonso the Wise to the Present Day,” 32 McGeorge L. Rev. 341 (2001), has been cited by the Witkin treatise at 12 Witkin, Summary of California Law, Real Property, § 918 (10th Ed. 2005).  The treatise cites the article as authority addressing the “creation, extension and modification” of the “pueblo water rights doctrine” in California.  Under that doctrine, towns [“pueblos”] formed during the period of Spanish rule had the paramount right to use the More

Webinar: Insurance Coverage for the Non-Legal Insurance Professional

August 19th, 2015/By Admin/In Bad Faith and Coverage, CE Training, General Litigation, Insurance Defense

Firm Partners Timothy Lake and Robert Freedman will be featured guest speakers at a live webinar to be hosted by The Insurance Community Center on May 27, 2011. The topic of discussion will be “Insurance Coverage Litigation For The ‘Non-Legal’ Insurance Professional,” and an overview of various types of claims and risk management techniques will be addressed.

Share on Facebook0Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+0Share on LinkedIn0
prin icon