Brian Kabateck, Michael Childress, and Shant Karnikian discuss dissecting insurance policies to determine coverage, and what avenues may be available for recovery. They will specifically discuss the possibility of coverage for damage caused in the wake of civil unrest.
Daily Journal Legal Publication
Brian Kabateck Speaks with the LA Times About Lawsuits Becoming a Side Effect Amid Coronavirus Concerns
LA Times | Lawsuits Side Effect Amid Coronavirus Concerns
CNN | Could Small Business Insurance Cover Coronavirus Smerconish Famed restauranteur Thomas Keller wants to set the legal precedent that businesses forced to shutter for the virus should be covered by their ‘interruption insurance.
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 filed a lawsuit on behalf of sixteen former Dickstein Shapiro partners against Blank Rome who are seeking $4 Million in unreturned capital
Law.com September 13, 2018 Brian Kabateck, the lead lawyer on the complaint, said that some former Dickstein Shapiro partners, who knew him through his role as the president of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, reached out to him to try to cover their lost capital contributions. To read more,
Brian Kabateck talked to Consumer Reports about our class action lawsuit involving the pervasive problem of exploding sunroofs.
Consumerist October 12, 2017 https://consumerist.com/2017/10/12/exploding-sunroofs-danger-overhead/
Written on Behalf of Brian S. Kabateck August 4, 2017 The medical community is reeling from a rash of cyberattacks involving extensive data breaches that compromise the privacy of patients. According to the Government Accountability Office, healthcare data breaches are growing exponentially, affecting millions of Americans who have had their