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Horvitz & Levy is a solutions-based firm focused on appellate success. We are distinguished by our commitment to responsive service and on-going innovation in the areas of civil appellate litigation, amicus curiae support, and trial strategy consultation.

Our firm history, honors and awards, and locations speak to our collaborative approach and commitment to serving clients as well as the outstanding legal resources we bring to bear.

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We pride ourselves in producing good results for our clients. Below are selected examples of our clients’ recent victories on appeal. Click the links to read more details.

Prachasaisoradej v. Ralph's Grocery Co. (2007)

California Supreme Court holds that bonus plan based on overall store profitability does not violate labor laws.

Walker v. Farmers Ins. Exchange (2007)

California Court of Appeal affirms trial court's reduction of punitive damages from $8.3 million to $1.5 million in insurance bad faith case.

Cryoport Systems v. CNA Insurance Companies et al. (2007)

California Court of Appeal holds that a plaintiff without standing of its own under Proposition 64 may not conduct discovery to find a substitute plaintiff in order to keep a UCL action alive.

Sterling v. Taylor (2007)

California Supreme Court affirms judgment for defendant in dispute over real estate transaction.

Reigelsperger v. Siller (2007)

California Supreme Court upholds enforceability of arbitration agreement under MICRA.

Border Business Park, Inc. v. City of San Diego (2006)

California Court of Appeal reverses $91.7 million inverse condemnation award against City of San Diego.

Kibler v. Northern Inyo County Local Hosp. Dist. (2006)

California Supreme Court holds that hospital peer review process is subject to an anti-SLAPP motion.

McMurray v. City of Burbank (2006)

California Court of Appeal reverses jury verdict for plaintiff in disability discrimination case and orders entry of judgment for defendant.

Kinsman v. Unocal Corp. (2005)

California Supreme Court limits landowners’ liability to contractors’ employees.

Durando v. County of Los Angeles (2005)

Adoptive parents of disabled children obtain public benefits.

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