Partner Gerald Agnew was featured in the South Bay magazine article “Riding into the Future,” which discussed his commitment to competitive bicycle racing, philanthropy and law. Mr. Agnew has been an avid track cycler since 2010. In 2012, a freak cycling accident left him with a broken neck; in the years since, he has dedicated…

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AgnewBrusavich filed a lawsuit against Richard Davis and Two6 Sports Management on behalf of Angelo Gumbs and his wife Kandis Gumbs for fraud. The lawsuit alleges that Mr. Davis represented himself as a certified baseball agent with the Major League Baseball Players Association and defrauded Mr. Gumbs of more than $100,000. The complaint includes three…

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Partner Bruce M. Brusavich authored the Plaintiff magazine article, “A mediation primer for the plaintiff’s attorney,” which discusses best practices and successful strategies attorneys can employ for an effective mediation. Mediation can often be the deciding factor in a case’s outcome. Effectively mediating a case could bring a great result for the client far quicker…

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AgnewBrusavich has added associate attorney Terry Schneier to its team. With more than 26 years of litigation experience, Ms. Schneier has represented healthcare clients in regulatory and compliance matters and elder abuse claims, as well as healthcare professionals in medical licensing issues. She has also litigated nursing care facility survey and certification cases in state…

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AgnewBrusavich and Taylor & Ring filed a lawsuit against Hawthorne School District, Hawthorne Middle School and its physical education instructor Rafael Hernandez on behalf of “Jane Doe” for sexual abuse, harassment and other misconduct. The lawsuit alleges that Mr. Hernandez emotionally manipulated Ms. Doe before engaging in multiple acts of sexual harassment. Several teachers and personnel at…

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