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.

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 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.

Rushing McCarl’s cryptocurrency fraud lawsuit highlighted in Forbes

Rushing McCarl filed one of the earliest cryptocurrency fraud cases: the matter of Chavez v. Jordan- Jones, Case. Chavez and Rushing McCarl were featured this week in a Forbes article.

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.

California law firm takes stand against casteism in the workplace

Rushing McCarl filed an amicus brief on behalf of the Ambedkar International Center in a landmark case targeting caste discrimination in California workplaces.

Facial recognition technology and the Fourth Amendment

The law often must adapt long-established legal frameworks to address novel problems, and sometimes legal solutions do not keep pace with technological innovation.

COVID-19 business interruption insurance class action survives motion to dismiss

In an important ruling, U.S. District Judge Stephen Bough allowed a group of hair salons and restaurants to move forward with a class action for business interruption coverage based on COVID-19.