State Supreme Court Denies Direct Appeal in CJP Case

The California Supreme Court denied  the State Auditor’s Petition for Transfer to Supreme Court.  The case will move forward as scheduled before the 1st District Court.  The article regarding the decision can be found here.   Read More
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Supreme Court Upholds Decision on Oakland Building Inspection Appeal Process

The California Supreme Court unanimously denied review of a January ruling by a state appeals court that said Oakland was violating California law. The state law, enacted in 2010, requires cities to set up independent appeals boards to hear property… Read More
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Learn where your insurance claim should be six months after the fires

Kerr & Wagstaffe LLP is offering a free presentation on Friday April 13th from 9:00 – 10:00 am at the Sonoma County Farm Bureau Building in Santa Rosa.  The presentation will provide attendees with important information pertaining to their… Read More
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Dan Veroff publishes "Natural Disasters Have Changed the Insurance Marketplace in California for the Worse; Legislative Action is Necessary" in the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Excess, Surplus Lines and Reinsurance Committee - Winter 2018 Newsletter.

Dan Veroff’s article in the ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Committee News discusses how California consumers in high risk areas, known as the wildland urban interface (“WUI”) are rapidly losing affordable coverage. The ABA publica… Read More
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State Auditor Seeks Direct Appeal in Dispute with Commission on Judicial Performance

The State Auditor is seeking a direct appeal to the State Supreme Court in its dispute with the CJP over access to confidential discipline records.  Michael von Loewenfeldt comments in a Daily Journal article covering the State Auditor’s appe… Read More
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Foreign Discovery Hurdles in California Courts

Partner Frank Busch provides insights in The Recorder on foreign discovery hurdles in California Courts.  Read the article here.     Read More
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Michael von Loewenfeldt quoted in articles about fraudulent claims in our case Opperman v. Kong Technologies.

K&W partner Michael von Loewenfeldt was quoted in articles by Reuters, Law.com, and Law360 about fraudulent claims in our case Opperman v. Kong Technologies. Read the Reuters article here. Read the Law.com article here. Read the Law360 article he… Read More
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Kerr & Wagstaffe elevates litigator Frank Busch to partner

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Kerr & Wagstaffe LLP, a San Francisco-based boutique litigation firm, has announced the promotion of Frank Busch to partnership. Busch’s practice focuses on complex trial and appellate litigation. He represents companies,… Read More
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Part of $1 billion Los Angeles real estate dispute dismissed: Frank Busch featured in Daily Journal

A Superior Court Judge has ruled that two brothers who have been waging a $1 billion real estate battle against a third brother for more than 15 years cannot reignite their litigation, as it has emerged that they previously and untruthfully swore und… Read More
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Kerr & Wagstaffe wins lawsuit for Commission on Judicial Performance

On December 19, 2017 the San Francisco Superior Court granted a complete victory to the firm’s client, the Commission on Judicial Performance, in its suit to stop Elaine Howle, the California State Auditor, for accessing its confidential records du… Read More
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