Irwin Zalkin

Zalkin Law Firm

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One of the lead trial lawyers that was prepared to start a 14-victim trial against the Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles the day the $600 million global settlement was reached in 2007, he still has one active case against the archdiocese

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Retired Cardinal Roger Mahony has  apologized  for decades of protecting child abusers from criminal law. But Archbishop José Gomez has  relieved him of "public duties"  anyway.

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Retired Cardinal Roger Mahony has apologized for decades of protecting child abusers from criminal law. But Archbishop José Gomez has relieved him of "public duties" anyway.

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