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Lawsuit filed on behalf of boy after father killed in New Year’s Eve collision

March 27, 2016 News Articles

CaseyGerry recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of a nine-year-old boy whose father, was killed on New Year’s Eve 2015 when the vehicle in which he was a passenger was struck violently from behind by a 2015 Toyota Yaris.

CaseyGerry adds son of legal icon to growing team

March 6, 2016 News Articles

CaseyGerry recently added Adam B. Levine as its newest attorney.

Levine – previously a law clerk with CaseyGerry for two years – joined the legal team specializing in serious personal injury and aviation litigation.

Schenk Completes Tenure as Fair Board President, Shares Insights

February 24, 2016 News Articles

Frederick Schenk – a longtime partner with CaseyGerry – just finished a two year term as president of the Board of Directors for 22nd District Agricultural Association (San Diego County Fair Board), a position that entailed overseeing operations at the California state owned and operated fairgrounds.

National Steering Committee Will Oversee Litigation Against Volkswagen

January 26, 2016 News Articles

CaseyGerry’s managing partner David S. Casey, Jr. has been appointed to the national VW Multidistrict Litigation Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee overseeing litigation targeting Volkswagen over its diesel emissions scandal. He joins a talented team of lawyers working under lead counsel Elizabeth Cabraser, and is the only San Diego attorney selected to serve on the 22-member committee – which will help “broker a resolution between Volkswagen and thousands of consumers who say they were duped into buying pollutant-spewing vehicles,” according to a recent story in the Wall Street Journal. 

Jeremy K. Robinson recognized as attorney of the month

January 4, 2016 News Articles

As Chair of CaseyGerry’s Motion and Appellate Practice, attorney Jeremy K. Robinson has dedicated his career to reading and studying the law – mastering the craft of refining complex information into succinct briefs, motions, civil writs and appeals.

Battles Expose Core Problems with Arbitration System

November 18, 2015 News Articles

By Jeremy K. Robinson, as published in the Daily Journal

Mandatory arbitration clauses are a hot topic these days. Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2011 decision in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion, which effectively allowed companies to wipe out class actions  with one inconspicuous paragraph, companies have stampeded to cram mandatory arbitration clauses in every conceivable transaction.

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed

October 11, 2015 News Articles

CaseyGerry recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of the family of a woman killed in a head on collision with an alleged drunk driver in July. Read more about this tragic accident, which occurred on Carmel Valley Road, in the Del Mar Times.

Can City Make You Pay Ticket if Street Not Swept?

October 1, 2015 News Articles

CaseyGerry attorney Jeremy K. Robinson was recently interviewed on NBC San Diego regarding legal issues behind parking tickets issued on street sweeping days. Recent data has revealed thousands of instances where areas have not been swept, but tickets have been issued anyway.