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Peters and Winnett are named
Consumer Attorneys of the Year


Photo of Consumer Attorney of the Year 2018 winners Craig Peters on the left and David Winnett on the right

SACRAMENTO (Nov. 17, 2018) – Craig M. Peters of Altair Law in San Francisco and David L. Winnett of The Veen Firm in San Francisco are Consumer Attorneys of California’s 2018 Consumer Attorneys of the Year for holding Mazda accountable for a defective seatback design that left a California woman a partial paraplegic. Taylor Rayfield of Greene Broillet & Wheeler in Santa Monica was also honored Saturday night as CAOC’s Street Fighter of the Year for winning a settlement that compensated more than two dozen victims of a high school wrestling coach who was hired despite being a known sexual predator. Read more


March 19, 2019
Bill to end the force in forced
arbitration for workers OKed

The Assembly Judiciary Committee approved CAOC-backed AB 51 by Asm. Lorena Gonzalez, which would control the use of forced arbitration for employment cases involving labor violations like sexual misconduct. Read more

March 6, 2019
CAOC-backed #MeToo bills
win first committee approval

Two bills to protect workplace sexual harassment victims were approved by the Assembly Labor and Employment Committee. AB 9 would extend the deadline for filing harassment cases. AB 51 controls use of forced arbitration. Read more

February 22, 2019
Bill to protect college
sexual assault victims

AB 1510 gives college students who suffer sexual assault and abuse, such as the USC coeds who for decades fell victim to Dr. George Tyndall, a chance to have their time-barred claims revived so they can seek justice. Read more


(3/5/2018) Daniel Miller secures justice for a young woman sexually assaulted by two Los Angeles police officers. The case alleged LAPD failed to promptly investigate complaints against the pair. READ HERE  
(3/14/2019) Joseph Satterley is among a team of attorneys holding Johnson & Johnson accountable for selling baby powder containing asbestos that caused an Oakland woman's mesothelioma.


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