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Walkup’s Conor M. Kelly Makes Daily Journal’s 2021 List of Top 40 Under 40

Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger is proud to congratulate shareholder Conor M. Kelly, who has been named by the LA/ SF Daily Journal as one of 2021’s Top 40 Under 40 attorneys in California. As a standout among his peers, Conor is known for his compassionate advocacy on behalf of consumers injured by negligence and… read more

Walkup Trial Team Notches Court Win for Saugus High School Shooting Survivor in ‘Ghost Gun’ Case

A Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge recently ruled that a 16-year-old plaintiff can sue for punitive damages in her civil lawsuit against the seller of the ghost gun used in the 2019 shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita. The plaintiff, 16-year-old Plaintiff Mia Tretta, suffered a gunshot wound to her lower abdomen… read more

Thirteen Walkup Firm Attorneys Named to Super Lawyers 2021 Northern California Lists

Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger is pleased to announce that four of its shareholders, Michael A. Kelly, Richard Schoenberger, Khaldoun Baghdadi, and Doris Cheng have once again made the 2021 Northern California Super Lawyers “Top 100” list. Mr. Kelly is also included on the “Top 10” list securing the number one vote-getter for the second… read more

Michael A. Kelly Earns Top Spot Among 2021 Northern California Super Lawyers

Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger shareholder Michael A. Kelly is the number one “vote-getter” for the second year in a row after making the 2021 list of Northern California Super Lawyers. Kelly is also included on the “Top 10” and “Top 100” list of lawyers in Northern California for the 18th time. “It’s an honor… read more

Fireworks and Wildfire Danger

As Americans emerge from COVID-19 closures to celebrate Independence Day, there’s growing concern about 4th of July fireworks sparking wildfires. While many revelers will opt to go see a professional firework show, others will light up their own, sometimes illegal, fireworks, which pose a severe risk for a fire. A recent report by The Mercury… read more