Carroll, Burdick & McDonough LLP
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Founded in 1948, by three highly respected San Francisco attorneys, Jack Dale Burdick, Francis Carroll and Richard McDonough, Carroll, Burdick & McDonough LLP has enjoyed over 63 years of a stellar reputation for providing legal excellence, creativity, intellectual aggressiveness, and client confidence.
As a preeminent litigation and business law firm working internationally, Carroll, Burdick & McDonough is a leader in global litigation management. The firm has over 80 attorneys on three continents, speaking more than 12 languages including German, English, Mandarin Chinese, French, Latvian, Romanian, Russian and Spanish with over 20 percent of the firm's attorneys having legal educations in two or more countries. This unparalleled experience provides the cultural insights necessary for effectively working with international clients to meet their business goals and has made Carroll, Burdick & McDonough an international leader.
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The Hierarchy of Precedent
Laurie Hepler, August 5, 2014
California has a huge judicial system, with six appellate districts in addition to our Supreme Court. Persuasive appellate briefs argue from the highest level of authority available, and work down.
The Brown Court
Laurie Hepler, July 8, 2014
The talk of the California appellate world is the announcement that Justice Marvin Baxter will retire from the California Supreme Court in January. Coming right after the recent retirement of Justice Joyce Kennard, this gives Governor Brown his second and third high-court appointments in quick...
A Brief I Can’t Put Down
Laurie Hepler, May 21, 2014
A California appellate justice recently told me, “I’ve never read a brief I can’t put down.” He was not being snarky. He strongly believed it was possible to write a page-turner of a legal brief, and dreamed of the day when he would read one.