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Best Best & Krieger LLP 

A California Limited Liability Partnership including Professional Corporations

Size of Organization: 155
Year Established: 1891
Web Site: http://www.bbklaw.com

Telephone: 951-686-1450
Fax: 951-686-3083

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Best Best & Krieger LLP is a full-service law firm with nearly 200 attorneys in offices strategically located throughout California and Washington, DC.



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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Source: U.S. Federal Civil District Court Databases. Powered by LexisNexis atVantage

Highest number of cases by Best Best & Krieger LLP:
Civil Rights (23 cases in past two years)
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Total number of Peer Review Rated lawyers of Best Best & Krieger LLP: 57
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Total number of Client Reviews for Best Best & Krieger LLP: 1


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Getting Schooled by the FPPC
September 25, 2014
The Fair Political Practices Commission has initiated a proactive approach to auditing and investigating reporting violations, some focused on school district officials. Rather than waiting for a violation to be brought to its attention, the FPPC conducts “proactive investigations” in...

Governor Signs New Laws Amending California's Urban Water Management Planning Act
September 25, 2014
Under new amendments to California’s Urban Water Management Planning Act, urban water suppliers will be required to provide narrative descriptions of their water demand management measures and account for system water losses when preparing Urban Water Management Plans, among other changes....

Law Enforcement Must Preserve Police Camera Video Known to be "Potentially Useful" to the Defense
Gary William Schons, September 23, 2014
Overview: The Court of Appeal held in a published case that officers violated a defendant’s due process rights by failing to preserve police camera video of a robbery crime scene when both the defendant and his counsel sought the video before it was routinely destroyed.






 

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