We have a reader who posted one of these reviews telling us that their contact has a clause in it that there is a $10,000 penalty for leaving a bad review on Yelp. They said they received a demand letter to remove the review.
So that readers are aware and know their rights there is a “right to review law” in California. Part of this law makes it illegal to insert clauses that fine or penalize a consumer for writing reviews on Yelp Google etc. Known as the Yelp right to review law from a Utah case, this law gives consumers a way to fight back against unscrupulous companies like WICR. If you receive a demand letter because you wrote a Yelp review… File a complaint with the CSLB and send them a copy of your illegal contract… And while you’re at it you may want to file a complaint with the attorney general’s office as well.
If you are opposing counsel of Lindborg and Mazor LLP, we are glad you found us and hope we are helpful in your cause. You can find all the filings screen shot below under David Mazor-Krubinski v Parex LaHabra at the Orange County CA Superior Courts online system. I have many filings and am happy to share whole filings with you if you would like a copy.
If you are considering hiring the firm, you may wish to consider this information we recently turned up in a suit alleging General Negligence.
Considering hiring the firm? Read this lawsuit claim against them first…
Opposing counsel in law suits are of course, your opponents. They are representing the party that you are suing or being sued by. Yet there are codes of conduct, both written and unwritten. between counsel. You address one another formally, respectfully, even if you hate that person…it’s beneath most attorneys to get dirty. You work hard for your client, represent them appropriately, carry out your duty as their agent with civility and adhering to the code of ethics you swore to uphold when you became an attorney.
While the proposed decision of the court after a bench trial in WICR v Arceneaux didn’t come out in financial favor for the Arceneaux’s, it did serve to bury Mark Marsch from ever again being thought of as credible when it comes to being a consultant or expert witness for WICR.
A lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court against Sean Krubinski and his wife Noel Davis in July of this year from an accident Krubinski allegedly caused in 2018. The suit asks for unspecified monetary damages to be proved at trial.
The suit alleges that Plaintiff Sarah Gile suffered personal injuries, medical expenses, property damage, wage loss and loss of earning capacity. Typically when a suit alleges loss of earning capacity, the person injured cannot return to work or to the job they performed before the accident.
The accident occurred in Diamond Bar where the plaintiff claims in her suit; “The defendant negligently drove his motor vehicle and collided with plaintiffs vehicle, causing plaintiffs injuries and damages.”