Payne & Fears LLP
Big Firm Experience, Personalized Service
A Limited Liability Partnership
Size of Organization: 38
Year Established: 1992Web Site: http://www.paynefears.com
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Payne & Fears LLP is a regional law firm with four offices in California and Nevada with a client roster of Fortune 500 corporations, fast-growth small businesses and non profit organizations. Blue chip clients turn to Payne & Fears for its personalized service, efficiency and responsiveness.
Payne & Fears attorneys have a reputation for integrity, legal excellence, practical business experience and top academic credentials. Our attorneys are experienced at managing sophisticated, high stakes matters, and most have had large firm experience. We are experienced trial attorneys who have the expertise and track record to take a matter to trial when appropriate. While every case is different, our record of success for our clients in contested proceedings is exceptionally high.
Payne & Fears works with our clients to resolve difficult legal and business problems with a common sense, practical and cost-effective approach. When complex problems demand concentrated resources and higher costs, we work with our clients to budget and monitor these costs. We have a history of delivering exceptional legal services while successfully managing costs.
Payne & Fears attorneys and staff share a commitment to delivering high-quality, prompt and efficient legal services to our clients and a dedication to our community.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Payne & Fears LLP:
Labor and Employment (44 cases in past two years)
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Documents by Payne & Fears LLP on Martindale.com
California Supreme Court Decides Key Employment Arbitration Case
Leila Narvid,Rodney B. Sorensen, October 24, 2013
The California Supreme Court recently issued its long-awaited decision in Sonic-Calabasas, Inc. v. Moreno. The Court had earlier ruled that provisions in an arbitration agreement that purportedly waived an employee’s right to seek an administrative “Berman hearing” before the...