The latest “Just Us for Justice” podcast from CAOC is now online! You may have heard that the California State Bar is weighing changes that would allow non-lawyers to take over ownership of law firms. It is a clear danger to the profession as well as the rights of plaintiffs
KBK’s Brian Kabateck spoke to the Northern California Record in regards to the recent decision to reduce the amount of a $2 million verdict against Bayer AG.
August 15, 2019 Northern California Record Last month, a judge on the Alameda County Superior Court reduced the amount of punitive damages in a $2 billion verdict against Bayer AG. The company asked the court to reverse the verdict in June after the jury found in favor of the plaintiffs’
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.
FOX 11 News January 31, 2019 One of Disneyland’s most popular attractions was shut down after a man climbed off a moving roller coaster. A man with a cognitive disability was able to maneuver himself around a safety feature in Space Mountain while the ride was making its initial climb, according
Brian Kabateck was featured on the cover of USA Armenian Life Magazine, where he talked about the $34 million he secured on behalf of mobile home park residents in Long Beach.