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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Thanksgiving Out West
Laurie Hepler, December 10, 2014
On Election Day, Nevadans finally voted to establish an intermediate appellate court. For years, that state’s economy and population have been generating far too many appeals and writ petitions for just its Supreme Court to handle competently (or at all), and its trial courts have run without...
Is This Appealable?
Laurie Hepler, October 28, 2014
It's October, and that means Giants in the playoffs (even-numbered years!) and time again for the semi-annual "Is This Appealable?" As longtime readers know, this is a rotating selection of the adverse orders that trial lawyers ask me about most often. These answers apply 95% of the time...
No Appeal of Court Order Invalidating Ventura County Ballot Pension-Cutting Measure
Gregg McLean Adam,Amber Lynn Griffiths,Gary M. Messing, September 4, 2014
Proponents of a referendum will not appeal a ruling that invalidated a pension-cutting ballot measure. Last week, the measure was invalidated by Judge Kent Kellegrew. An appeal was widely expected, including by the court, which had stayed its decision long enough to allow an appellate court to rule...