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Firm’s Service of Process Policy During Shelter-in-Place

Posted by on Mar 26, 2020

In light of the public health threat presented by Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), our office will be temporarily transitioning to remote-based staffing only, effective March 16, 2020. During this period of time we will not be able to send or accept physical mail. Instead, we will be utilizing email service only. To the extent any pleadings or...

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THE FIRM WELCOMES NEW ASSOCIATE JOHN BEEMER

Posted by on Feb 13, 2020

The Rankin firm is pleased to announce that associate John Beemer has joined our legal team! Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Beemer was an associate at various Bay Area firms handling a variety of matters including general liability, personal injury, premises liability, and construction-related claims.

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Firm Merger

Posted by on Jul 3, 2019

We are thrilled to announce the merger of two long-standing California law firms, Rankin, Sproat, Mires, Reynolds, Shuey & Mintz (est. 1946) and Lombardi, Loper & Conant, LLP (est. 1999). We will continue to provide a full range of legal services to insurers, public entities, and private companies in the medical, legal, professional, business,...

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Firm Secures Summary Judgment in Public Entity Employment Case

Posted by on Apr 30, 2019

The Superior Court for the County of Santa Clara recently granted a public entity defendant’s motion for summary judgment, dismissing the plaintiff’s complaint for discrimination based on gender and defamation.  The court held that the defendants sustained their initial burden in establishing both that the plaintiff had not established a prima...

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Court of Appeal Affirms Dismissal of Action Regarding Shooting at NFL Game on Statute of Limitations Grounds

Posted by on Apr 30, 2019

In a published opinion, the California Court of Appeal affirmed a judgment of dismissal following demurrer in a case related to a shooting during a National League Football game.  Plaintiff Daniel Long alleged breach of contract, negligence, and liability under the rescue doctrine against various Forty Niners entities after he was shot by a third-party...

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