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Appellate Court Affirms Summary Judgment in Favor of Community College District Against Claims of Retaliation and Breach of Contract

Posted by on Nov 14, 2022

Rankin, Shuey, Ranucci, Mintz, Lampasona & Reynolds attorneys Maria M. Lampasona and Damon M. Thurston recently prevailed on appeal on behalf of a northern California community college district in defending against an employment law action brought a terminated administrator who claimed that the termination of his employment was retaliatory in violation...

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THE FIRM WELCOMES ASSOCIATE LAUREN TELFER

Posted by on Oct 17, 2022

The firm is excited to announce that associate Lauren Telfer has joined the firm. Ms. Telfer is a 2021 graduate of the University of San Francisco School of Law. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Telfer was an associate at a Walnut Creek firm at which she drafted pleadings and other filings, drafted discovery requests and responses, and collaborated with...

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THE FIRM WELCOMES ASSOCIATE UDHAYA ELANGOVAN

Posted by on Sep 21, 2022

The firm is excited to announce that associate Udhaya Elangovan has joined the firm. Prior to joining Rankin, Shuey, Ranucci, Mintz, Lampasona & Reynolds in 2022, Udhaya whom previously practiced litigation in India, has handled accident and unlawful detainer claims, elder abuse, employment, family, immigration, personal injury, and real property...

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THE FIRM WELCOMES ASSOCIATE JAMES J. MERRIMAN

Posted by on Jun 17, 2022

The firm is excited to announce that associate James J. Merriman has joined the firm. Prior to joining Rankin, Shuey, Ranucci, Mintz, Lampasona & Reynolds in 2022, Mr. Merriman whom previously practiced in Nebraska for a short period of time, handled construction defect, general and commercial liability, as well as real estate and bad faith matters. We...

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COURT OF APPEAL UPHOLDS SUCCESSFUL MOTION TO DISMISS

Posted by on Mar 18, 2022

Attorneys Maria Lampasona, Damon Thurston, and Ashley Kim secured a dismissal via motion to dismiss pursuant to Code of Civil Procedure section 583.420 on the grounds that Plaintiff failed to serve the Defendant during the two years following her filing of the complaint. The Court was not persuaded that the Plaintiff was diligent in trying to locate the...

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