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Citron & Citron

Real Property

Real property is an intricate industry that is comprised of many moving parts. When a dispute or claim arises, it can bring forth a myriad of issues that affect the parties involved. At Citron & Citron, we have decades of combined experience handling various real property disputes and matters. We represent clients involved in lot line disputes, subsidence and contamination claims, purchase and sales disputes, broker and agent liability, and easement claims. Read More

Business Litigation

When business affairs do not go as planned, a legal issue or dispute may not be too far behind. Operating a business is not an easy venture. It requires resourcefulness and the ability to recognize when something might go astray. However, even when the best business practices and measures are set in place, that does not always guarantee that a business will be free from obstacles. Read More

Transportation Liability

Transportation liability cases are often quite complex. The issues that arise from transportation matters usually involve many moving parts and multiple parties. Moreover, there are state and federal laws and regulations to consider. It takes vast knowledge and experience to represent transportation liability cases successfully. At Citron & Citron, our transportation liability attorneys have years of experience handling cases within the transportation sector that involve accidents, catastrophic injury, personal injury, wrongful death, cargo theft, and property loss claims. Read More

Professional Negligence

Professionals, such as doctors, dentists, lawyers, brokers, and accountants, are not immune to negligent claims or lawsuits. When a person becomes harmed due to a professional’s failure to meet accepted performance standards in their profession, it is known as professional negligence or malpractice. As a result, the injured party could pursue recompense for the harm caused by the professional they hired. Read More

Products Liability

The Firm has had a myriad of product liability defense verdicts including claims involving defectively designed, manufactured and/or altered equipment, industrial accidents and problems associated with mechanical and electrical engineering caused by factors ranging from product failure and analysis to design problems to misuse of products. Additionally, our lawyers have handled food poisoning and toxic exposure cases brought on product liability theories. Read More

Premises Liability

A premises liability claim or lawsuit seeks to hold a property manager or owner responsible for damages caused to another person. In other words, if a person on a premises somehow becomes injured, the property owner or manager of that premises could be held liable for the damages that were caused.

At Citron & Citron, our premises liability attorneys have represented numerous cases involving slip and falls, dangerous conditions, toxic exposure Read More

Intellectual Property

Intellectual property is the result of human creation. It is meant to advance innovation and incite creative works for the benefit of society. Unfortunately, intellectual property is often violated or misappropriated. When intellectual property is violated, it does not benefit anyone except perhaps those in violation. However, even when those violating intellectual property are profiting from their unlawful actions, their spoils are usually short-lived. Eventually, parties in violation of intellectual property confront harsh repercussions. Read More

Insurance Bad Faith/Coverage

The Attorneys have successfully tried and defended bad faith cases against carriers, and have also served as coverage counsel for primary and excess carriers in a broad range of cases, including construction defect cases, advertising injury. Citron & Citron is regularly appointed Cumis counsel for insureds of several different carriers. Read More

Foster Care

The firm has represented foster parents and/or foster care agencies in a wide variety of claims for over three decades. We have handled cases ranging from abuse to neglect to negligence.

Habitability And Fair Housing/Discrimination

Citron & Citron has extensive experience defending property owners and managers and management companies who are sued for claims of Breach of the Implied Warranty of Habitability, Nuisance and Breach of the Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment. The firm is able to determine liability and exposure issues at an early stage to determine whether the claims are warranted and/ can be successfully fought. Our lawyers have handled and tried Housing Discrimination claims of all types in both State and Federal Courts throughout the State.

Environmental Coverage

The firm served as counsel for two large excess carriers in several high profile environmental coverage cases including Four Star v. Alliance, the Conoco case and the ITT case.

Elder Care & Dependent Adult

The firm has defended a myriad of cases involving claims of elder neglect/abuse (both physical and financial) and claims against dependent adult facilities. The cases have involved claims of regulatory and statutory violations, neglect, abuse, mistreatment and breach of contract. Several of these cases have gone to trial and have resulted in very successful results for the firm’s clients.

Construction Defect

The firm has considerable expertise in the areas of construction defect cases representing owners, developers, builders and design professionals. Citron & Citron has litigated matters regarding single family homes, apartments and condominiums, apartment complexes, commercial structures and planned developments.

California Consumer Privacy Compliance

California’s privacy laws are relatively new and already rapidly evolving. On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) was enacted. These new regulations expanded Californian’s privacy rights and gave consumers control over how their personal information is maintained, shared, and sold. On July 1, 2020, the Attorney General enacted new regulations to supplement the CCPA and began enforcement. Recently, on November 3, 2020, the people of California passed the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”), just nine months after the CCPA was enacted. Read More

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