By Brian S. Kabateck When disaster strikes, insurance is a safety net that helps policyholders recover from catastrophic events such as wildfires, floods and auto accidents. In the wake of COVID-19, many “non-essential” businesses nationwide are struggling to survive this sudden financial calamity which has triggered massive layoffs and unpaid
BY Capitol Weekly Staff POSTED 03.31.2020 Brothers John and Brian Kabateck join us for another special KabaTalks episode of the Capitol Weekly Podcast. As usual, the brothers find themselves on opposite sides of a contentious issue – namely employer rights vs. workers’ rights in the age of coronavirus. John, a voice for small business, maintains that AB5 should be suspended
H. Dennis Beaver, Esq., Attorney at Law, Author of “You and the Law” When disaster strikes, we first worry about health and safety. Then concerns of financial loss and damage come to mind. Many commercial insurance policies contain clauses that protect a business in the event of a disaster —
By Juliette Fairley | Mar 25, 2020 California Attorney General Xavier Becerra issued a consumer alert warning on Tuesday detailing how fraudsters are trying to take advantage of COVID-fears. “We have received a large volume of consumer complaints regarding price gouging and are reviewing every complaint that our office receives,” the Attorney General’s
Another KABATALKS episode of the Capitol Weekly pod, wherein two brothers working opposite sides of the political spectrum discuss issues of the day. John Kabateck is a lifelong Republican and longtime spokesperson for the NFIB; Brian Kabateck is a lifelong Democrat and the former head of the Consumer Attorneys Association.
Brian and John Kabateck visit the podcast to answer the question on everyone’s lips: what is Thanksgiving like for two brothers who are on opposing sides of nearly every political fight in the state? John Kabateck is a lifelong Republican and longtime spokesperson for the NFIB; Brian Kabateck is a
2020 Elite Trial Lawyer Awards Finalist
LOS ANGELES (November 20, 2019) – Kabateck LLP attorneys representing hundreds of low-income mobile home residents in Long Beach secured a nearly $57 million settlement, which is the largest settlement ever involving a mobile home park. 350 residents of Friendly Village Mobile Home Park who live in squalor will receive