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Former Prisoner of War Serves the Troops

Daily Journal – Thomas D. Penfield

Carlsbad resident Lester Tenney is determined.

At 89-years-old, the old soldier slogs on, collecting small goods and items for our soldiers and sailors serving in Iraq and Afghanistan in a program he calls <I>Care Packages from Home.<I> 

Elder Abuse Law Update

Trial Bar News – Jeremy K. Robinson

This month I wanted to touch on the area of elder abuse law, as it is a growing area of tort law and also one plagued by a fair amount of uncertainty given its relatively recent genesis.  

Longevity an Asset to Law Firms of All Sizes

San Diego Daily Transcript – David S. Casey, Jr.

“Justice delayed is justice denied,” is a mantra of our law firm, as evidenced by a landmark case CaseyGerry has been involved in for nearly 20 years.

An Assault on Citizens’ Rights

Trial – David S. Casey, Jr.

I recently heard a statistic that, although it didn’t surprise me, brought home the ferocity of the past year’s attack on civil justice in America: As of mid-May, the U.S.

The Good That Trial Lawyers Do

Trial – David S. Casey, Jr.

As last year came to a close, I received an e-mail message that described 2003 as the year of the greatest assault on the U.S.