We invite you to browse some of our recent case results to learn more about our past successes and how we have helped people in situations similar to yours.
Represented a loss prevention manager for a major retailer who uncovered theft of company property by his own supervisor.
Represented a couple who had purchased a home that was advertised as “newly constructed” but in reality was falling apart.
Represented an elementary school teacher who complained about other staff members making racially insensitive comments, using unnecessary force against students, and fire escapes being chained closed.
Represented a woman working in sales, who was repeatedly harassed by her supervisor. Her boss ignored her complaints.
Represented two women who worked for a small cannabis manufacturing company. Their company claimed it was “downsizing” and had fired 5 employees—but all of them were women.
Represented a criminal research specialist for an investigation company who suffered a serious hand injury. The worker asked for reasonable accommodations.
Represented a restaurant worker who was a new father. He was entitled to “baby bonding” leave and requested it from his company. His supervisor and company ignored his request.
Represented a charter school teacher who was overpaid by her school district. Her district then illegally started deducting the overpayment from her paycheck.
Represented a contractor who remodeled a home but wasn’t paid his invoices.
Represented homeowners who only wanted to build a deck and addition to their home. Their neighbor sued them accusing them of “blocking [her] view to the bay.”
Represented couple selling a home. Prospective buyers agreed to purchase and waived contingencies, but got “cold feet” two weeks later and backed out of the agreement.
Represented a homeowner against a co-owner who would not agree to a sale of a family home, which was sitting unoccupied and risked damage without upkeep.
In a complex family dispute, represented homeowners who were gifted property by their relative. They were sued by other relatives, who were trying to get the property.