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Court of Appeal Affirms Firm Victory in Stadium Case

Posted by on Dec 13, 2017

Plaintiff Daniel Long filed a Superior Court lawsuit against the San Francisco Forty Niners following an assault in the parking lot after a professional football game. After almost two years of litigation, and only weeks before trial, plaintiff voluntarily dismissed his Superior Court action in favor of a newly-filed federal action. When the federal court...

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Trial Court Grants Amtrak Summary Judgment of FELA Claim by Employee who Witnessed Death of Suicidal Pedestrian

Posted by on Jun 19, 2017

In Perez v. Amtrak, venued in San Francisco Superior Court, a former Amtrak employee brought a FELA claim alleging that he sustained severe disabling psychological injuries when he witnessed a northbound Amtrak train strike and kill a pedestrian who had run underneath the train at a crossing. At the time, the employee was performing maintenance on...

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Dismissal Achieved in Living Mesothelioma Case

Posted by on Apr 18, 2017

Litigation Partner Tim McCaffery, after several weeks of trial, obtained a complete dismissal for a commercial distributor in the Los Angeles area. In this living mesothelioma case, plaintiff claimed that the client caused and contributed to his mesothelioma. After several weeks of trial, Mr. McCaffery was able to obtain the client’s dismissal prior to...

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The Firm Welcomes New Associate Taylor Pohle

Posted by on Mar 22, 2017

Lombardi, Loper & Conant, LLP is happy to announce that associate Taylor Pohle is joining our legal team! Before joining the firm, Mr. Pohle represented the California Department Transportation (Caltrans). There, he defended Caltrans against allegations of dangerous conditions of public property, often opposing some of the more venerable...

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Motion for Summary Judgment Victory

Posted by on Oct 20, 2016

Partners John Ranucci and Maria Lampasona successfully defended a widely recognized brand in the car rental industry in a case arising from injuries sustained by a local police officer when he was involved in a collision with a stolen rental car. Plaintiffs, the police officer and his wife, alleged that the car rental company negligently rented the vehicle...

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Defense Verdict in Common Carrier Case

Posted by on Aug 10, 2016

Litigation partner Jeff Hosking tried a multi week jury trial to a defense verdict in Sacramento Superior Court. Plaintiff claimed defendants were common carriers and should have anticipated and prevented an attack on her by another passenger. One defendant was dismissed on nonsuit at the close of plaintiff’s case. The jury found the remaining...

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