New 2023 WA Laws Impact Jobs & the Environment
January 1st, 2023 ushered in not only a new year in the state of Washington, but also a new set of laws, many of which focus on employment and environmental issues. Here are several of the significant new laws that you need to know about in Washington state.
New $1.8B Settlement for SoCalGas Leak Victims
Brian Toppila, Trial Lawyer of Counsel for Carpenter & Zuckerman, along with plaintiffs’ attorneys representing over 35,000 claimants, recently secured a $1.8 billion settlement for victims injured in the Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Storage Facility disaster — the largest natural gas leak in U.S. history.
Lawsuit & Punitive Damages Against Baldwin, Rust Producers to Proceed
In a clear victory for Rust script supervisor Mamie Mitchell, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael E. Whitaker ruled on November 1, 2022 that Mitchell’s lawsuit could proceed against Alec Baldwin for punitive damages and intentional causes of action, including assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Carpenter & Zuckerman Welcomes Three Law Students for Its 2022 Summer Associates Program
We are excited to welcome three law students to the Carpenter & Zuckerman team for our 2022 Summer Associates Program! The 11-week program, which will run from May 26th through August 5th, gives the students the chance to learn from and work alongside some of the nation’s leading civil litigators.
Carpenter & Zuckerman Wins Case for Mother of Baby Who Died From Dangerous Amber Necklace
Carpenter & Zuckerman wins a product liability and wrongful death lawsuit for a mother whose baby was strangled by an amber teething necklace. Read about how justice was served in this case!
E-Bike Accidents: Carpenter & Zuckerman Files Lawsuit Against Pedego, Inc. on Behalf of Injured Rider
CZ Law is suing electric bike manufacturer Pedego, Inc. on behalf of a client for serious injuries she sustained due to unintended acceleration. Read more on our blog.
San Diego Union-Tribune: CZ Law Founding Partner John C. Carpenter Questions Police Actions Prior to Fatal Police Shooting
Attorney John C. Carpenter provided legal commentary to the San Diego-Union Tribune concerning a fatal police shooting that occurred during an eviction notice visit.
Carpenter & Zuckerman Secures $4M+ Settlement for Brain Injury in a Previously Dismissed Case
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