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Michael Abraham is Appointed Update Editor for CEB’s “Class Actions, Data Breach Litigation, and Privacy Concerns Before and During Trial” Chapter

Michael Abraham has been appointed as the update editor for the chapter titled “Class Actions, Data Breach Litigation, and Privacy Concerns Before and During Trial” in CEB’s Privacy Compliance and Litigation in California.

Michael Abraham Continues Role as Update Editor for CEB’s “Alternative Dispute Resolution” Chapter

Michael Abraham continues in his role as the update editor for the chapter titled “Alternative Dispute Resolution” in CEB’s California Real Estate Brokers: Law and Litigation.

Rob Bunzel’s Series on Trial Lessons Continues with a Review of “The Man to See: Edward Bennett Williams” by Evan Thomas

December 12, 2019: Rob Bunzel penned another piece for the Daily Journal on lessons from the Edlund library. See a copy of the article here. This time a review of the biography of Edward Bennett Williams, “The Man to See.”

Bartko Ranked Number 3 in The National Law Journal Top 100 Verdicts

Bartko Scores Highest IP Victory in the United States and secures one of the largest and most important trade secret victories in history.

Bartko Firm Obtains $845,114,000 Judgment for ASML Against XTAL, Inc.

In one of the largest judgments for theft of trade secrets in U.S. history, the Bartko trial team obtains an $845,114,000 judgment for ASML against XTAL.

Three BZBM Franchise Law Specialists Selected for 2019 Edition of Who’s Who Legal – Franchise

Chuck Miller, Griff Towle, both litigators, and Darryl Hart, a transaction lawyer, have again been listed in the Franchise edition of Who’s Who Legal, an international publication listing the foremost legal practitioners in various areas of business law.

Rob Bunzel’s Series On Trial Lessons Continues with Review of The Trial of Jack Ruby in the Daily Journal

On October 1, 2018 and again on June 10, 2019, articles by Rob Bunzel containing lessons for trial lawyers from great books in the Edlund library appeared in the Daily Journal. Mel Belli represented Jack Ruby on trial for the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald in 1964 in Dallas. Belli angered Dallas and tried to hit a home run with an insanity defense. Ruby was convicted and sentenced to death. The current article is a review of the 1965 book The Trial of Jack Ruby by law professors John Kaplan and Jon Walz about how the trial went so wrong for the defense. Please click here to read the article in its entirety.

BartkoZankel is Pleased to Announce That Business Litigation Attorney, Sean McTigue, is now a Principal of the Firm

Sean is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation Group. His practice involves both state and federal litigation representing both plaintiffs and defendants.

BartkoZankel Attorneys Prepare Food for the Needy

On April 15, 2019, five attorneys from Bartko – Jayne Laiprasert, Gabriella Wilkins, Ben Riley, Rishi Gupta, and Steve Steinberg – volunteered as part of a larger group from the Association of Business Trial Lawyers (ABTL) Northern California chapter to prepare food for the GLIDE Meals Program.

Ben Riley Ranked By Chambers Among Top 12 Trademark, Copyright & Trade Secret Litigators in California

In their 2019 rankings of lawyers around the world, Chamber identified Ben Riley as one of the 12 top litigators in California in the category of Intellectual Property Litigation: Trademark, Copyright & Trade Secrets.