Kabateck LLP presents Civil Action with California trial lawyers Brian and Shant. The show presents a summary of recent appellate decisions affecting all area of plaintiff-side civil litigation, from personal injury to employment, from landmark cases to changes in procedure. This weekly series keeps you informed on a variety of hot legal topics from throughout the state. This is Civil Action.
Civil Action Podcast
Join us as hosts Brian Kabateck and Shant Karnikian analyze legal issues and developments in California law affecting plaintiff lawyers and their practices.
Brian and Shant have an in-depth discussion with attorney and arbitrator Lee Straus about a case reviewed on a prior Civil Action podcast. Mr. Straus
Brian sits down with ethics attorney Ellen Pansky, remotely, to discuss COVID-19 and its impact on virtual court and other legal proceedings and her work
Brian and Michael Childress sit down with Philip Camino of Camino Industries. Philip owns and operates Fellow (www.fellow.la) among other hospitality venues in Los Angeles
Brian and guest host, Serena Vartazarian speak with Loyola law student and Kabateck LLP law clerk, Gary Partamian about COVID-19, its effect on his final
40. Browsewrap Arbitration Agreements; Finding a 3rd Party Beneficiary; the Inability to Use an Arbitration Award in a Previous Matter; Condo Associations, Arbitration Provisions & Unconscionability
Wilson v. Huuuge Inc. Brian and Shant discuss a class action based on a browsewrap arbitration agreement’s requirements. Seemingly hidden, the consumer would have had
Becerra v. Dr. Pepper Brian and Shant discuss the use of the word “diet” and whether it misled consumers to believe that diet soda would
38. Past Recollection Recorded; a Unique Exception to the Hearsay Rule; Sister State Money Judgment Act & Res Judicata; Attorney Fees & When an Allocation is Appealable
People v. Royal Brian and Shant discuss the past recollection recorded exception to the hearsay rule and the elements that trigger the exception. They court
Brian and Shant sit down with appellate attorney Harry Chamberlain to discuss the origins of the of the Anti-SLAPP statute, protecting the free speech of
37. Civil Procedure – Personal Jurisdiction and Choice of Law; Childhood Sexual Abuse Statute of Limitations; Appealing a Statement of Decision; Relief Under 473b and its Limitations
Halyard Health v. Kimberly Clark 2nd DCA Brian and Shant discuss a declaratory relief action in a matter that arises out of Michael Avenatti’s Kimberly Clark