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Eric's Praise from Another Happy Client!

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"Thank you for the information about the settlement. Thanks even more for all you did to help me. I really needed help with this, and you were the perfect attorney. I am very appreciative of your professional expertise, and that you are so easy to work with."

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Eric Speaks for a Jury Focus Group

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Eric argued the Plaintiff case and Pamela for the Defense in a jury focus group recently. Eric will be going to trial with the case later this year. The focus group deliberated for about two hours and provided some valuable feedback.

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Connor Traut Elected to the Buena Park City Council

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Buena Park has elected Connor to their City Council by the largest margin of victory in the city’s history. "I will begin moving forward immediately on proposals related to property crime, homelessness, parking, home improvement, utilities, city commissions, local hire, a new park, and protections for renters," said Connor. "I thank Buena Park voters for making your voices heard. I’m ready to get to work for you.” Read more…

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Pamela Invited to OC ABOTA Board as Member-at-Large

The Orange County American Board of Trial Advocates' new incoming President, Peter Polos, has selected Pamela Liosi-Traut to join the Board as Member-at-Large. "She has been a tireless worker and great supporter of our chapter for years," said Mike Strickroth, OC ABOTA President of 2018. Pamela plans to move through the positions in the coming years to the presidency.

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Connor is Hopeful He Will Win Seat on the Buena Park City Council in Next Week’s Election

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Taking to heart the sage advice of a former President of the United States who Connor met in 2016, he has run his campaign as if he was the underdog. Over the last 6 months, he has spent much of his free time walking door to door to discuss what he will do for the city with each of his constituents. Over 800 of those residents have placed signs in their yard endorsing his candidacy.

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