Mortenson Taggart is pleased to announce the addition of Sherry Hamilton, Patricia Jun, Sarah Pfeffer, and Hannah Miller to its litigation team.
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Mortenson Taggart Files Suit On Behalf Of California Breweries Challenging State’s COVID Tasting Room Restrictions
Mortenson Taggart files lawsuit against California Governor Gavin Newsom and State Public Health Officer Sandra Shewry on behalf of California breweries for violation of Equal Protection and Due Process.
Mortenson Taggart Obtains Rule 11 Sanctions and Dismissal of Class Action Lawsuit for Rivian Automotive
Mortenson Taggart secured Rule 11 sanctions, entitling client Rivian Automotive, LLC to attorneys’ fees after earlier obtaining the dismissal of the putative class action complaint.
Mortenson Taggart obtained dismissal of Ninth Circuit appeal securing 5.5 million-dollar judgment for client Livewirecyber, Inc., dba HS2 Academy.
On August 3, 2020, Justin Klaeb joined Mortenson Taggart LLP as a partner.
As reported in Law360, on July 30, 2020, the Mortenson Taggart team led by Michael D. Mortenson and David Keithly obtained the dismissal of claims brought against clients Shanna Lee Hunter and Summer Giaquinta in the United States District Court for the District of Nevada.
On May 30, 2020, Kevin A. Adams joined Mortenson Taggart LLP as a partner.
On May 14, 2020, a Mortenson Taggart team led by Craig Taggart and Michael Mortenson prevailed on summary judgment for Ford Motor Company in a lawsuit brought on behalf of Lilian Garza in the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
On November 21, 2019, Mortenson Taggart attorneys Michael Mortenson and Teresa Alarcon won summary judgment and obtained an award of attorneys’ fees on behalf of Western Digital in breach of contract action before JAMS.