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Posts on Jan 1970

Victory by C&N Attorney in Hard Fought Case

Congratulations to our litigation specialist, Michael McMahon, on his decisive victory for the City of Arroyo Grande in the Second District Court of Appeal on August 6, 2015. The appellate court upheld a 2014 ruling in favor of the City and awarded it all costs on appeal in the matter of a writ petition filed by a former Arroyo Grande police officer seeking to overturn his termination. Due to the unfortunate circumstances surrounding it, the case was not one that Carmel & Naccasha took any pleasure in defending; however, the win was hard fought and well-deserved. We’re particularly proud of Mike’s understanding and deft navigation of the underlying writ petition and the appellate system. Well done, Mike!

Mike heads up our litigation group here at Carmel & Naccasha. For more information on Mike’s practice areas and experience, please click on the link below.

http://carnaclaw.com/mcmahon/

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Ladies’ Nights Illegal in California

Having a Ladies’ Night at your winery or restaurant may sound like a great way to generate business and give your customers a nice break on price.  But if you have one, you open yourself up to a lawsuit, because Ladies’ Nights are illegal in California.

As ridiculous as that may sound, the California Supreme Court has twice held that ladies’ night-type promotions are an illegal form of gender discrimination. 

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Local law firm welcomes new attorney to the team

San Luis Obispo, CA (July 30, 2015) – Carmel & Naccasha LLP is pleased to announce that Emilie K. Elliott has joined the firm as an attorney.

Emilie has distinguished herself in many of the firm’s primary practice areas including business and intellectual property transactions. She also brings an exciting new skill set and depth of experience to the firm in health care law.

(Click for Emilie’s Biography)

Emilie’s health care law practice comes with a unique background, as she formerly worked

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