Soquel, California Appeals & Appellate Lawyers
Please note that I do not take matters involving union grievances, union disciplinary actions or Skelly hearings.
Prior to starting her own firm, she had an extensive background as a business owner and entrepreneur. She started and managed a staffing agency and a real estate brokerage. Her business and...
Attorney Morse is passionate to ensure everyone's constitutional rights are not violated. He likes to help people who find themselves accused of a crime and subjected to the criminal justice system. Because of his passion and...
Practice Summary: Complex federal and state litigation in contracts, land use, government, administrative, constitutional property and speech, trusts and estates, product liability, land use and insurance law.
Specialties: Appeals, injunctions, writs of mandate, land use administrative proceedings, challenging local, state and federal action and enforcing local, statutory and constitutional law in federal and state courts.
Represents both plaintiffs and defendants; insurance defense; owners and contractors in construction disputes; beneficiaries and administrators
Soquel Appeals & Appellate Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Lawyer Referral Service of Santa Cruz County
Santa Cruz, CA
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