Most Memorable Case
“The Treadway v. The City of Escondido case was my first experience with a high-profile civil rights case. Not only did it show me firsthand about some of the possible systemic abuses in law enforcement, but it also allowed me to help a young boy who was wrongfully accused of murder.” – Jeremy K. Robinson
Jeremy K. Robinson – known for his analytical and perceptive approach – is Chair of CaseyGerry’s Motion and Appellate Practice. A long time CaseyGerry attorney, he is dedicated and extremely knowledgeable about all facets of the law, and works with every attorney in the firm on key legal issues, motions, civil writs and appeals.
He has briefed and argued appeals in front of the first, second and fourth district court of appeals as well as the ninth circuit.
Jeremy is a regular contributor to publications regarding emerging legal issues and is also a frequently sought-after speaker on legal matters that affect not only the legal community, but also the public at large.
He coauthored a chapter in “Litigating Tort Cases,” a publication that seeks to expand the ideas of leading attorneys from around the country. Jeremy was the Tort Column Editor for the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego’s “Trial Bar News” for ten years, from 2006-2016, was selected to the Board of Directors for the Consumer Attorneys of California in 2009. He has been a featured speaker in the statewide legal education program “What’s New in Trial and Tort” since 2007. He also has presented several Continuing Legal Education seminars for various organizations, including the San Diego County Bar Association and CEB.
A dedicated advocate and champion of causes large and small, Jeremy spends his spare time supporting local organizations that make positive impacts on the performing arts, animal rights and the environment.
- San Diego Appellate Inn of Court, Founder & Barrister
- State Bar of California, Member
- American Association for Justice, Member
- Consumer Attorneys of San Diego, Member
- Consumer Attorneys of California, Member
- Supreme Court Rejects Antitrust Claim For Merchant Credit Card Fees
- Filed Class Action Does Not Toll Limitations Period For Later Class Claims
- Supreme Court Set To Decide Key Antitrust Case
- High Court Limited Reach of RICO
- California High Court Clarifies Use of Anti-SLAPP Law by Government Entities
- High Court Ruling Will Expose Tribes to New Liability
- Districts Split on Scope Respondeat Superior Liability
- The Supreme Court Clarifies the Cause of Action for Negligent Hiring and Supervision – Finally!
- Dangerous Condition Liability Under Government Code § 835
- Loss of Consortium: When Does a Cause of Action Accrue?
- Jeremy K. Robinson recognized as attorney of the month
- Battles Expose Core Problems with Arbitration System
- Can City Make You Pay Ticket if Street Not Swept?
- Rent-a-tribe Arrangements Under Fire
- Chula Vista Residents To Receive Tax Refunds
- Deadline Approaches for Chula Vista Residents to Make Cell Phone Tax Refund Claims
- Residents Take Advantage of Class Action Settlement
- Informational Meetings For Chula Vista Residents To Address Cell Phone Tax Settlement
- Chula Vista settles suit over cell phone tax.
- Chula Vista to pay $8 million in class-action lawsuit
- Chula Vista Settles Class Action Lawsuit For Local Wireless Phone Tax With Refund to Taxpayers & Rate Reduction
- Chula Vista settles cell phone tax case for $8 million
- Chula Vista Settles Cell Phone Tax Lawsuit for $8 Million
- Judge OKs pursuit of lawsuit
- Class Certified in Chula Vista Tax Lawsuit