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The Walkup Firm Joins Everytown Law in New Civil Lawsuit Filed Against Ghost Gun Seller Blamed in Shooting of Two LASD Deputies

Trial attorneys at Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger have joined forces with Everytown Law to hold a Nevada-based company accountable for a ghost gun shooting that injured two Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputies last year. The two deputies recently filed a civil lawsuit, as individuals, against Polymer80, Inc., which claims the gun used to shoot the…

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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…

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Walkup Partner Matt Davis Profiled in the California Herald for Helping Make Communities Safer

One of the causes Davis has championed throughout his career is making the roadways safer for bicyclists. As an avid cyclist who commutes regularly to the Walkup firm’s San Francisco Financial District office, he’s passionate about protecting the rights of bike riders. He has represented many injured cyclists over the years. “It breaks my heart…

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Walkup Firm Pens Response to Those Opposing Victim Fairness Bill

Walkup Firm members Spencer Pahlke, Douglas Saeltzer and Kelsey Constantin co-authored this op-ed published in Law360 about why it’s important to pass SB447 to stop “death discounts” for negligent corporate wrongdoers. They offer a compelling argument about how the legislation will end a historic injustice that benefits tortfeasors when their victims die before meritorious civil…

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Walkup Partner Doris Cheng Quoted in Law360 Article: “1 Year Into COVID, Courts Face Uncertain Path To Reopening”

Walkup Partner Doris Cheng was recently quoted in a Law360 article about returning to the courtroom: “Absolutely” ready to participate in trials again “because I believe that we can make it safe, and I want to make sure my clients’ rights are protected.” “I would feel comfortable. You’re always worried, but that kind of worry…

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