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  • Poole & Shaffery Obtains another victory at trial
    Back in March, we reported on a defense verdict obtained by Poole & Shaffery after a month-long trial in a tractor collision matter. Today, we are pleased to report that on June 2, 2015, after more than three weeks of trial, Poole & Shaffery with John ...
    Posted By Los Angeles attorney
  • Data Breaches Involving Private Medical Information on the Rise
    A recent report by The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) reveals that criminal theft, malicious hacking and data breaches involving private healthcare and medical information has increased substantially during the past few years. According ...
    Posted By Santa Clarita Attorney
  • Congratulations to David Poole on another trial victory!
    Congratulations to David Poole, Partner at Poole & Shaffery, who successfully defended a client in a month-long trial where plaintiff sought to recover in excess of $1 million dollars in damages. The firm's client had rear-ended a tractor with his truck, ...
    Posted By Admin
  • 2015 Business Law Statutes: Ex-Officio Directors, Notaries and More
    With the start of each New Year come the effective dates of numerous statutes crafted by the California Legislature and approved by the Governor. 2015 proved to be no different, bringing into effect new business law statutes regarding ex officio directors ...
    Posted By Valencia attorney
  • Year in Review
    2014 marks another great year for Poole & Shaffery. From resolving cases early on through effective motion practice to winning appeals, Poole & Shaffery has once again obtained successful results for our clients. Below is a highlight of just some of our ...
    Posted By Los Angeles Attorney
  • A Crash Course in the American Grand Jury System
    Over the last several weeks, grand juries have featured very prominently in the social discourse throughout the nation. However, the common knowledge of the grand jury system is typically limited to the sole fact that a grand jury decides whether to indict ...
    Posted By Sam Price