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The California Court of Appeal denied DirecTV’s appeal of a judgment in favor of Noel Salinda, a program traffic specialist, for disability discrimination. Bernard Alexander and Tracy Fehr of AK+G, along with co-counsel Supreeta Sampath, represented Ms. Salinda.
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Bernard Alexander and Tracy Fehr won their appeal of a grant of summary judgment against the City of Montebello on March 14, 2016.
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AK+G achieved over $11.5 million in verdicts and settlements in 2015.
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Marvin Krakow and Brett Beeler achieved a jury verdict of over $1 million for a Chief Nursing Officer against Prime Healthcare.
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Gail Glick was quoted in an article on the front page of the business section in the New York Times on August 19, 2015 in an article entitled “Data-Crunching Is Coming to Help Your Boss Manage Your Time”.AKGLLP’s client Myrna Arias was featured in the article in connection with her GPS tracking privacy lawsuit.
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AKGLLP’s Mike Morrison was quoted in the Long Beach Press Telegram on August 18, 2015 in an article regarding a class action suit the firm is pursuing on behalf of employees of the Westin Long Beach Hotel.
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Lozano v. The Regents of the University of California, a case on which Bernard Alexander and Brett Beeler of AKGLLP began trial on Wednesday, August 19, 2015 in the Los Angeles Superior Court, was discussed at length on the front page of the Los Angeles Daily Journal on the same date in an article entitled “Case of Lover Who Spied on Medical Records Hurtles Toward Trial.”

Gail Glick, along with co-counsel James Clark of the Tower Legal Group in Sacramento, is pursuing a discrimination and harassment case against UPS on behalf of an intellectually disabled worker. The case, entitled Marcelus Hines v. United Parcel Service, Inc., (Sacramento Superior Court Case number 34-2015-00183020) was filed on August 13, 2015.
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Press Release May 19, 2015: Case involving employee fired for disabling tracking app on her cell phone when she was not working captures national media attention.
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The Los Angeles Daily Journal quoted AK+G partner, Bernard Alexander, about the trial of the Pao v. Kleiner Perkins case.
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Read about AK+G’s recent settlement successes.
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Read about AK+G’s 2014 Successes.
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Class action against Donald Sterling and his Beverly Hills Properties.
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AKG appeal affirms jury verdict for single mother.
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Class Settlement of $9.5 million for truck drivers.
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Bernard Alexander achieves jury verdict of $3.5 million for three police officers.
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