Advocate Magazine June 14, 2019 KBK’s Brian Kabateck and Stephnie Charlin wrote an article for CAALA’s Advocate Magazine regarding some recent case law developments concerning damages in California that affect the plaintiffs’ practice.
Behind Boeing’s offer to settle with victims’ families in a 737 Max crash is a hardball legal strategy that could leave them with nothing
Business Insider – Boeing’s Offer to Settle is Hardball Legal Strategy
KBK’s Brian Kabateck spoke to the Long Beach Post in regards to the upheld of the $36 million Friendly Village jury verdict
Long Beach Post May 24, 2019 A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has upheld a roughly $36 million jury verdict in favor of 31 families who said were subject to toxic gas leaks and decaying conditions while living in the Friendly Village Mobile Home Park in North Long Beach.
KBK’s Brian Kabateck spoke to NBC Bay Area regarding the firm’s lawsuit against an East Bay high school
NBC Bay Area March 25, 2019 A family is suing an East Bay high school alleging lack of security after their 14-year-old daughter was sexually assaulted on the campus. The lawsuit claims Clayton Valley Charter High School officials knew the area where the alleged assault took place was known as
KBK’s Brian Kabateck files lawsuit on behalf of a family of a then 14-year-old girl who was abused by a fellow student at an East Bay high school that failed to implement security measures.
March 22, 2019 East Bay Times The family of a then-14 year-old girl who they say was raped in 2017 by a fellow student at Clayton Valley High School is suing the school, alleging its leaders knew that the location of the assault was a known “sexual hangout” yet didn’t
KBK’s Brian Kabateck speaks out about mounting safety concerns with the Boeing 737 Max 8 on The Today Show
The Today Show March 21, 2019 Impacted by the Boeing crashes? You may have a case. Contact us for a free consultation.
Brian Kabateck spoke to the Northern California Recorder regarding comedian Jerry Seinfeld’s lawsuit
Northern California Recorder March 7, 2019 According to USA Today, comedian Jerry Seinfeld was recently sued by a company over claims that the 1958 Porsche purchased at an auction from his collection was a counterfeit; in response, Seinfeld filed a counterclaim on Feb. 25, stating that European Collectibles of Costa Mesa
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