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RARE Breed

RARE Breed

As Chair of CaseyGerry’s Motion and Appellate Practice, Jeremy Robinson has been San Diego’s Oldest Plaintiffs Litigation Firm’s not-so-secret weapon for nearly twenty years. I am one of the few, and maybe the only attorney working for a plaintiffs’ litigation firm in San Diego specializing exclusively in research, writing, oral advocacy, and case analysis, as well as complex […]

Retaining Top Performers in a Competitive Economy

Retaining Top Performers in a Competitive Economy

The recession of 2008 is well behind us. Since then the economy has been steadily improving with companies growing and expanding and looking to staff openings with talented managers. It’s also a new year and the start of a new year, a time that companies set their hiring plans in motion. Count on executive recruiters […]

McIntyre’s Civil Alert

McIntyre’s Civil Alert

Organized Succinct Summaries CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT Consumer Protection Quesada v. Herb Thyme Farms, Inc. (2015) _ Cal.4th _ , 2015 WL 7770635: The California Supreme Court reversed the judgment of the trial court that had been affirmed by the Court of Appeal. Plaintiff filed a putative class action against defendant for false advertising and unfair […]

Tips for Dining With International Clients

Tips for Dining With International Clients

Continuing with our holiday-hospitality theme, some of your professional holiday invitations may include events hosted by people from other cultures. To help you fit in seamlessly, and avoid unintentionally creating an awkward moment, here are some examples of customs that differ from ours. Don’t refuse food. Accepting food and drink is accepting your host. There […]

APPELLATE LAWYERS

APPELLATE LAWYERS

Trending in the Right Direction Appellate lawyers are being called to work on lawsuits earlier than ever these days. A decade ago, these specialists were being used at the trial stage and beyond to advise attorneys in the event of an appeal. Now, some high-caliber appellate attorneys are being called in on Day One of […]

What’s Hot and What’s Not in the Legal Profession

What’s Hot and What’s Not in the Legal Profession

This—our 27th annual report on what’s going on in the legal profession—has been the most difficult of all these reports to write because of the continuing and sometimes conflicting changes in the profession which many firms still have not recognized or accepted. As always, it is based on information we compile throughout the year, not […]

Community News – January 2016

Community News – January 2016

Hecht Solberg Robinson Goldberg & Bagley LLP (HechtSolberg) has named Jordan Tessier an associate with the firm, which provides counsel on all real estate matters, including business and finance transactions; land use, planning and entitlements; common interest developments; and litigation and risk management. “Jordan has distinguished himself as a summer associate here and we’re delighted […]

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