I am please to announce that I did the impossible. I successfully disqualified a judge from one my cases due to bias. In 21 years of practicing law, I have never challenged a judge in the middle or close to the end of the case. However, in this case, there was no choice. When the evidence of bias clouds a judges point view to the point of ignoring the law and the judge makes comments and rulings that exceeds any bounds of reason except for her bias, disqualification is the only way to resolve the situation. I am thankful to the presiding judge overseeing the disqualification process.
Victory In Contra Costa Superior Court
Proud to announce a great victory for our client today. The Contra Costa Superior Court agreed with our legal position that our client could not be sued for labor code violations and other claims for legal reasons outlined in our brief. The court agreed with each and every point raised and dismissed our client as a defendant. Congratulations to our client.
We are proud to announce a GREAT victory in Alameda County. After 3 weeks of trial and 3 years of litigation Elizabeth Zareh successfully secured a unanimous verdict for a non-profit organization in a fraud case. The judgment will be in seven figure. The case was against a former employee and volunteer.
Victory In First Appellate District Court
Great victory for our client, a non-profit organization, in court of appeals. The First Appellate District court agreed with our legal brief and denied the appeal of our opponent. Also, the court ordered the other party to pay our attorneys fees and costs. A significant amount of our client’s donations were embezzled by its former employees and volunteers. This is a great victory for our client and this is the reason we do what we do. Truly, it is an honor to work with great clients.