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Successful Minor's Compromise Petitions In The Post-Covid World

Being offered to CAOC members compliments of Melissa Baldwin

Practical advice and insight in getting petitions for minor's compromises approved the first time, with a discussion regarding how to navigate the process in light of the court closures due to the Covid pandemic

Darren Aitken
Darren Aitken, a partner, practices civil litigation in areas of insurance bad faith, personal injury, product liability and commercial torts. He has concluded numerous significant verdicts and settlements for his clients. He has lectured extensively...More
Christopher Aitken
Christopher Aitken was born in Placentia, California on May 10, 1969, is a partner of Aitken Aitken Cohn with nearly 25 years of experience in trial litigation. He is proud to represent plaintiffs in major civil jury trial litigation in the fields of...More
Melissa Baldwin
Melissa Baldwin is the owner and principal consultant of Melissa Baldwin Settlements. As a Structured Settlement consultant and financial advisor for the past 12 years, Melissa specializes in cases involving catastrophic injury, wrongful death,...More
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