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Jun 22, 2006
Court of Appeal affirms award of appellate attorneys’ fees

Mir v. Iungerich & Spackman, (2006) Cal.App. Unpub. LEXIS 5324 (California Court of Appeal, Second District, Division Three (Los Angeles)) [unpublished]. Peter Israel wrote the respondent’s brief in this case. The Court of Appeal affirmed a judgment for appellate fees in favor of GMSR’s client,

Jun 20, 2006 Robin Meadow, Carolyn Oill
Arbitration award affirmed against challenge that trial court erred in ordering case to arbitration

Meyerman v. Burgess, (2006) Cal.App. Unpub. LEXIS 5458, 5508 (California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, Division Two (Riverside)) [unpublished]. Carolyn Oill and Robin Meadow won this affirmance. The appeal sought to overturn a highly favorable arbitration award on the ground that the trial court erred

Court reverses post-appeal disqualification of trial judge

Kanode v. Farmers Insurance Exchange (2006) 2006 Cal.App. Unpub. LEXIS 3178 (California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, Division Three (Santa Ana)) [unpublished]. Cindy Tobisman and Bob Olson scored a quick writ victory here. After GMSR had obtained an affirmance on appeal of a trial court’s

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