Concerned alumni amicus brief filed in Harbaugh v. Big Ten litigation

Rushing McCarl LLP drafted an amicus brief co-signed by 1,700 concerned alumni supporting the University of Michigan’s legal challenge to the suspension of Coach Jim Harbaugh.

Harbaugh v. Big Ten alumni amicus brief: call for signatures

Rushing McCarl LLP is writing a pro bono amicus brief for alumni to support the University of Michigan’s efforts to block the Big Ten’s suspension of Head Coach Jim Harbaugh.

Mystery solved: We wrote the blog post used in Harbaugh’s Big Ten letter

Legal analysis by Rushing McCarl LLP partner Ryan McCarl made national headlines this week in connection with the Big Ten conference’s “sign-stealing” investigation into Michigan’s football program.

Rushing McCarl partner publishes book about litigation writing

Founding Partner Ryan McCarl’s book Elegant Legal Writing (U. Cal. Press 2024) shares strategies Rushing McCarl LLP uses every day to help its clients win high-stakes litigation cases.

Rushing McCarl stands with Israelis

Rushing McCarl LLP stands in solidarity with the victims of this week’s terrorist attacks carried out by Hamas in Israel. Hamas’ murder and kidnapping of civilians is terrorism just as much as any attack by al-Qaeda or ISIS, and it must be condemned accordingly.

Rushing McCarl files amicus brief supporting shareholders’ rights

California one step closer to banning casteism in the workplace

Rushing McCarl secures $17.8 million jury verdict in contract dispute

Business litigation boutique Rushing McCarl LLP secured a $17.8 million federal jury verdict on behalf of Los Angeles cosmetics manufacturer Virgin Scent, Inc. dba Artnaturals.

Statement on Dobbs v. Jackson

In Dobbs v. Jackson, the Supreme Court overturned 50 years of precedent protecting a sphere of privacy for American women to make decisions about their reproductive health free from government interference.

Rushing McCarl files Ninth Circuit appeal in sexual assault case

Rushing McCarl LLP attorneys Ryan McCarl, John Rushing, and Davit Avagyan just filed an opening brief on behalf of Jane Doe in the Ninth Circuit case Doe v. Compania Panamena de Aviacion. Doe alleges that she was the victim of an inflight sexual assault experienced while she was flying from Los Angeles to Panama.