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In an unpublished decision, the California Court of Appeal in the Second Appellate District affirmed the summary judgment and dismissal the firm obtained on behalf of its client in a lawsuit filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court.
In 2012, the firm was successful in defending the summary judgment on appeal before the California Court of Appeal, Fourth District.
After nine years of bankruptcy proceedings, our clients recovered 100% of unpaid severance owed to a group of former executives of the bankrupt airplane manufacturer pursuant to their employment agreements.
Welter Law obtained a written summary judgment opinion in a wage and hour case involving claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act and the California Labor Code alleging that our client was a joint employer with its franchisee.
Welter Law obtained summary judgment for the client in a case alleging Title VII race discrimination, retaliation, hostile work environment, and constructive discharge.
Welter Law obtained summary judgment for our client in an age discrimination reduction in force matter.
Welter Law obtained a summary judgement for our client, dismissing four claims of discrimination and retaliation under Title VII.
Welter Law successfully defended against a motion to dismiss in a suit brought on behalf of a client alleging defamation and false light invasion of privacy.
In a case alleging national origin, race, and sex discrimination, the firm was granted its motion for sanctions and the action against our client was dismissed.
The firm obtained summary judgment for a retail client in a Title VII case alleging national origin discrimination and harassment. The summary judgment was affirmed on appeal by the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
The firm obtained the dismissal of all claims against its franchisor client in the Los Angeles Superior Court and successfully defended the judgment on appeal to the California Court of Appeal.
The firm obtained a final summary judgment for its client in a state-wide class action alleging violations of California Business and Professions Code Section 17200 and breach of contract relating to operation of a franchise payroll system.