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  • We stand for justice.

  • We stand for the 7th Amendment...

  • ...and your constitutional right to trial.

  •           Seeking justice for all.
  • The jury trial "is the only anchor... by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution." -- Thomas Jefferson
  • “The civil jury is a valuable safeguard to liberty." -- Alexander Hamilton

Faces of the Pandemic


The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a terrible delay in jury trials. Click the video above, prepared by CAOC president Deborah Chang, that was submitted to the Legislature at the Feb. 23 joint hearing of the Senate and Assembly Judiciary Committees on the struggles of access to justice during the pandemic.


March 24, 2021
CAOC applauds choice of
Rob Bonta as California AG

"CAOC looks forward to working closely with Rob Bonta to keep the doors of justice wide open for every Californian," said CAOC president Deborah Chang. Click here

March 23, 2021
CAOC condemns violence
against Asian Americans

Consumer Attorneys of California and our members deplore the senseless acts of physical and verbal violence against Asian Americans in California and elsewhere in the country, There is no place for racism and xenophobia in any form directed against any group in our society. See our full statement here

March 8, 2021
CAOC backs bill that would
restore rights to damages

Senate Bill 447 (Laird) would eliminate the possibility that wrongdoers could avoid paying human suffering damages by delaying court proceedings until their victims die. Click here

February 18, 2021
Online marketplace legislation
levels playing field

Assembly Bill 1182 by Asm. Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) will hold marketplaces like Amazon to the same product liability standard as traditional brick and mortar businesses. Click here




(12/15/2020) David Lowe scores the nation's biggest victory against gender discrimination in a legal battle he waged for the former chief operating officer of the dot-com firm Pinterest.  
Attorney Tony Piccuta(12/9/2020) Sandra Ribera Speed has secured civil justice for a young man raped by a Catholic priest in LIvermore, a crime the diocese failed to report to police for several days. 



The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the courts and the ability of lawyers to represent clients seeking justice has been undercut like never in our lifetimes. To assist our members and the general public, we've created a special webpage featuring resources to help navigate these daunting times. Access it by clicking here.  

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