Medical Interpreters Win Final Approval for $3M Wage Deal | Law 360

A big congratulations to KBK attorneys, including Brian Kabateck, Jerusalem Beligan, and Sheri Lalehzarian, for successfully securing a $3 million settlement for a group of nearly 1,500 medical interpreters seeking fair compensation for their hard work. The judge hailed the settlement as “fair, adequate, and reasonable,” providing justice to these

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The Pajaronian | Watsonville flood victims to sue

The Pajaronian recently spoke with KBK partner Brian Kabateck and one of his clients who is one of hundreds of victims filing claims against the local Monterey and Santa Cruz counties for the levee breach that led to devastating flooding. “Yes there was a massive storm, no question about it,”

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Brian Kabateck and Barret Alexander Co-Write Article for Forum Magazine

KBK’s Brian Kabateck and Associate Barret Alexander recently co-wrote an article for Forum Magazine, where they explain whether a policyholder of uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage can also “pop” or “open” policy limits if their insurer refuses to timely settle their claim. Read the full article below.  

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Attorney at Law’s Talk of the Town Highlights KBK’s Partner Promotions

LOS ANGELES, CA—Prominent plaintiff’s firm Kabateck LLP is proud to announce the promotion of Marina Pacheco and Stephanie Charlin, two experienced and exceptional attorneys, to partner. Stephanie has earned a stellar reputation during the past seven years at Kabateck LLP for obtaining verdicts and settlements for clients in matters involving

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The Southern California Record | San Diego, Orange County settle restaurant lawsuit, vow to refund liquor license, permitting fees paid during COVID lockdowns

By Juliette Fairley At the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, Southern California restaurants were limited to 25% capacity for indoor dining and prohibited from offering outdoor dining options, and yet they were still expected and required to pay liquor license and health permitting fees. In response, plaintiff attorney Brian Kabateck, of

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The Orange County Register | OC approves $1.7 million settlement with restaurants over fees during COVID-19 closuresOperational Fees During COVID-19 Lockdown

By CAITLIN ANTONIOS The Orange County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a $1.7 million settlement this week to resolve two class-action lawsuits brought by restaurant owners looking to recoup fees paid to the state and county during the COVID-19 pandemic despite government-mandated closures and reduction in services. In January 2021, Pizzeria

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