Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, PC filed an important consumer class action in Los Angeles, California on March 19, 2015 alleging that 83 different types of wine produced in California contain levels of inorganic arsenic that significantly exceed the level found to be acceptable by California, in some instances over five times the safe… Read more »
Denver, Colorado – Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, P.C. is once again offering its annual scholarship competition. Now in its fourth year, the competition is based upon written essays and aims to teach the next generation about the importance of the jury system as the guardian of American rights and liberties. Burg Simpson is… Read more »
20 homeowners in the Ironbridge subdivision near Glenwood Springs, Colorado, are waiting to see if a judge will decide to uphold the ruling of the jury, awarding them nearly $7 million in damages due to sinking homes in the housing development. The jury awarded over $6.7 million to the 20 homeowners, assigning full responsibility to… Read more »
Burg Simpson attorney Rick Bailey recently co-authored “Hearing and Mishearing: Psychoanalytic Observations on the Attorney-Client Relationship”, with David Stevens Ph.D. for publication in the Western Michigan University Cooley Journal of Practical and Clinical Law [Vol.16.3 2014]. This article examines factors that contribute to how attorneys and clients may be at risk for misunderstanding each other’s… Read more »
In a very important decision on May 21, 2015 by the Colorado Court of Appeals, the court decided that exhaustion clauses in uninsured/underinsured motorist policies are void and unenforceable under Colorado law. Most all auto policies in Colorado that provide underinsured motorist coverage include a clause stating that an insured cannot make a claim for… Read more »
The Aurora Sentinel’s article talks about proposed legislation to help regulate construction of affordable housing in Colorado. If you’re a homeowner, the regulations mean that you may lose your rights to hold your builder accountable for cheap or shoddy construction. Read the full article by Dave Perry, Aurora Sentinel Editor, here.
Farron Cousins interviews attorney and shareholder Dave Hersh about the way that large corporations remove the public’s right to a trial by jury. It’s all in the fine print – when purchasing certain goods or services, such as a cell phone or bank account, we could be agreeing to not sue the business who created… Read more »
Through predatory lending and investing, Wall Street banks are now effectively driving some cities into bankruptcy. Michael Burg explains what is happening with variable rate demand bonds in many municipalities.
Michael Burg will tell us how, and why, the Republican Party is holding President Obama’s judicial nominees hostage.
AT&T has been helping the US spy on its own citizens, and Michael Burg explains how the telecom giant became the U.S. government’s number one data miner.
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