The Armenian Mirror-Spectator | After the Biden Statement, Will Turkey Move Closer To Admission of Guilt?
by Alin K. Gregorian BOSTON — Starting on the afternoon (ET) of April 24, 2021, members of the Armenian community could talk about little else other than President Biden’s statement unambiguously recognizing the Armenian Genocide. What was even more interesting was that the story made headlines around the world. From
Long Beach Post | North Long Beach mobile home park embroiled in litigation is sold at auction for $11 million
By Sebastian Echeverry Residents of a North Long Beach mobile home park who were awarded close to $40 million by a jury after suing the former owners over numerous health and environmental issues will also receive a portion of proceeds from the recent sale of the property, their attorney says.
By Randy Mac A Los Angeles restaurant owner and former Bravo “Top Chef” contestant is suing his insurance company saying he’s being denied the protection he paid for amid the coronavirus pandemic. His policy is supposed to cover “business interruption,” and while he says this situation qualifies, his insurance company
Partners Brian Kabateck and Christoper Noyes reached a $4.3 million settlement in a class action lawsuit against Pac Anchor Transportation, Inc., a trucking and logistics company operating in Los Angeles County, to resolve a trucker misclassification case. On June 14, 2017, Plaintiffs Carlos Mosquera and Juan Rodriguez filed a class
Brian Kabateck recently spoke with the Daily Journal about AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion, the U.S. Supreme Court set forth guidelines supporting the enforcement of arbitration provisions under the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA). These cases present a hurdle for consumers and employees who are trying to vindicate their rights in court
Partner Anastasia Mazzella and Senior Associate Serena Vartazarian obtained a $2.1 million settlement in a medical malpractice case involving a premature infant who was born at 28 weeks gestational age. Days after being discharged from the NICU in good health, he was brought back to the hospital in distress and
By Melanie Townsend SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – Restaurant owners in Sacramento County are now part of a major class-action lawsuit against the county and state. Attorney Brian Kabateck told FOX40 the owners want to be reimbursed for the fees they’ve paid while being shut down during the pandemic. “We’re just
By Juliette Fairley | Jan 4, 2021 An appellate panel has turned the tables on a state judge who sided with restaurant owners when they asked for a stay on a COVID-19 order issued by the Los Angeles County health officials, which banned outdoor dining. The Second District Court of
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xk20GfYz6js By Jean Elle On the brink of closure, some restaurant owners are demanding money back from government agencies. Under California’s new stay-at-home order, The Blue Light is back to take-out only and bare-bones staffing, but the bills for state and local licenses keep mounting. The restaurant owner says as long