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  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiff contended that he developed kidney disease as a result of occupational exposure to toxic chemicals while working as a cabinet maker between 2002 and 2008. Plaintiff dismissed P&S Client, a major retailer of chemical solvents, for a waiver of costs.
  • Successful Settlement
    Settlement and unwinding of ill-fated merger of logistics companies.
  • Obtained Dismissal
    In claim filed by employee with Retaliation Complaint Unit of California Department of Industrial Relations against non-profit organization, obtained dismissal of all claims prior to hearing.
  • Successful Representation
    200 plaintiffs allege that they sustained various respiratory injuries and forms of cancer as a result of occupational exposure to silica, and other carcinogenic compounds and metals, while working at Price Pfister, Inc. The trial court sustained, without leave to amend, a demurrer based upon statute of limitations, filed on behalf of P&S client, a manufacturer of various chemical products.
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiffs alleged their decedent contracted lung cancer as a result of occupational exposures to various metal and chemical products while working as a machine operator. Plaintiffs dismissed three P&S clients, a manufacturer of abrasive sand, a distributor of chemical products and a manufacturer of chemical products for a mutual waiver of costs.
  • Successful Defense
    Successfully defended administrative claims brought by workers claiming misclassification, unpaid commissions and overtime, failure to provide meal and rest periods and violation of California minimum wage requirements. Claimants were awarded nothing on their claims.
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiffs contend that decedent sustained multiple myeloma and leukemia as a result of occupational exposures to toxic chemicals when he worked as a machinist at various locations between 1979 and 2004. Plaintiffs dismissed two P&S client: a distributor of paint; and a manufacturer of lubricants for a waiver of costs.
  • Bockrath v. Aldrich Chemical Co., Inc.
    Published opinion by the Court of Appeal establishing pleading standard for toxic tort cases. (Bockrath v. Aldrich Chemical Co., Inc. (1999) 21 Cal.4th 71 [86 Cal.Rptr.2d 846, 980 P.2d 398].)
  • Roberto Reyes v. Flyte Tyme, et al. (Flyte Tyme) (LASC: BC618950)

    On February 14, 2016, plaintiff, Roberto Reyes (“Plaintiff”) was a rear-seat passenger in a 2016 Cadillac Escalade owned and/or operated by defendants, Flyte Tyme Worldwide Transportation, ATH Transport Corp., and Merchants Auto Group (“Defendants”), when the driver, David Archibald (“Archibald”) made a left turn at the intersection of Olympic Blvd. and Blaine Street in Los Angeles County and collided with another vehicle driven by third-party Robustiano Justos Marquez (“Marquez”).

    Settled for $250,000.00.

  • Successful Defense
    Successfully represented large transportation company with multiple locations in multiple states in federal court class action for alleged violations of the American with Disabilities Act.
  • Obtained Owner Rights
    Obtained non-suit after presentation of plaintiffs’ case at trial, for defendant ranch owner in action by neighboring property owner to establish alleged historic water rights.
  • Reduced Monies Owed
    Plaintiffs alleged that he sustained non-Hodgkin's lymphoma as a result of occupational exposure to benzene at several oil refineries. Plaintiff settled with P&S client, a manufacturer of approximately 22 laboratory-grade chemicals for a de minimis amount.