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A big year: Brown signs six
CAOC-backed civil justice bills

 

 

 

 

SACRAMENTO – In its best statehouse showing in at least a dozen years, Consumer Attorneys of California saw Gov. Jerry Brown sign six CAOC-backed bills, included a pair of measures addressing the pitfalls of forced arbitration involving workers and elder abuse, a bill that will ensure that doctors don't unwittingly fuel the epidemic of prescription painkiller abuse, legislation eliminating discrimination against non-citizens seeking damages in civil court and a bus safety measure. Click here for a video recap by CAOC President Elise R. Sanguinetti.
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December 5, 2016
Bill to block Wells Fargo
forced arbitration introduced

Sen. Bill Dodd looks to protect consumer victims of fraudulent accounts like the more than 2 million created by Wells Fargo. Disputes were forced into the unfair and secretive setting of closed-door arbitration.
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November 12, 2016
Erin Andrews cyber-stalking
legal team wins top award

Bruce Broillet, Scott Carr, Tobin Lanzetta and Molly McKibben named 2016 Consumer Attorneys of the Year, while Robert T. Simon and Ibiere Seck honored as CAOC’s Street Fighters of the Year during 2016 Awards Dinner. 
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November 9, 2016
CAOC-backed candidates win
big in 2016 statehouse races

In big win for consumers oil industry darling “Chevron Cheryl” toppled by Eloise Reyes, one of more than a dozen civil justice candidates to prevail on Election Day. 
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(12/5/2016) Victor George (left) and Elvis Tran secure justice for the parents of a 16-year-old killed on an open-air, double-decker party bus when his head smacked an overpass on the 405 freeway in L.A. READ HERE
 
 
 
(11/30/2016) Geraldine Ly is pushing for aid to victims of the horrific 2015 San Bernardino mass shooting who have been delayed or denied needed medication and treatment a year after the holiday party rampage. READ HERE
 

 

 
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Forum Magazine

  Sep/Oct 2016
  Vol. 46, No. 5