The California Supreme Court clarified the outer limits of the anti-SLAPP statute in terms of when an action meets the “arising from” prong. In Park v. Board of Trustees of California State Univ. (2017) 2 Cal. 5th 1057, the university denied tenure to a professor based on alleged national-origin discrimination. The university argued the resulting […]
Mr. Krongold recently received board-certification in civil trials by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA). The State Bar of California accredits the NBTA to offer certification in various legal specialties, including civil trial advocacy. The elaborate screening of credentials that all NBTA board certified attorneys must successfully complete includes: demonstration of substantial trial experience, […]
February 2016 – Steven L. Krongold was listed in A.M. Best’s Directory of Recommended Insurance Attorneys for Intellectual Property Litigation and related matters. Only attorneys recommended by their clients are included in the directory. The listing in this specialized resource confirms the attorney’s credentials as an individual with an established history of serving insurers and […]
January 2015 – Steven L. Krongold was named Southern California “Super Lawyers” in the annual publication of Super Lawyers Magazine. Only 5% of area attorneys are listed, as selected by peers and third party researchers. Mr. Krongold was listed in the field of Intellectual Property Litigation.
The New Year brings thoughts of a fresh start. For corporations, this may translate into acts to dissolve and re-form under a new name. Care should be exercised when dissolving a company. Otherwise, the shareholders (or members of an LLC) could become personally liable to creditors. Causes of action against a dissolved corporation (or LLC), […]