Brian Kabateck

Consumer Attorneys of California

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Managing partner at Kabateck Brown Kellner and president of the Consumer Attorneys of California

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Last April, 56 Los Angeles County courtrooms were shut down, workers were laid off and judges were asked to double up in the use of remaining staff and facilities.  Presiding Judge Lee…

Budget Cuts and the Right of Access to Court

Last April, 56 Los Angeles County courtrooms were shut down, workers were laid off and judges were asked to double up in the use of remaining staff and facilities.  Presiding Judge Lee…

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