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  • Christopher Wesierski and Christian Counts Awarded Top Defense Case by Daily Journal

    Congratulations to Christopher Wesierski and Christian Counts on being featured as the Daily Journal’s Top Defense Case of the week. The case was a wrongful termination and discrimination case with eight causes of action stemming from her alleged disability. Although, a difficult case, Chris and Christian were able to seamlessly convince the jury of the …Read More »
  • Wesierski & Zurek Staff Member awarded with 2017 Harahan Award by the Special Olympics

    Wesierski & Zurek is proud to congratulate Jennifer Purcell a member of our staff who will be awarded the 2017 Harahan Award in the Orange County region by the Special Olympics. The Michael W. Harahan Award is presented to volunteers with exceptional dedication and performance in their volunteer role(s). Jen is always willing to help …Read More »
  • Chris Wesierski speaks at the College of Trial Advocacy for the Orange County Bar

    On Wednesday May 3, 2017, Chris Wesierski (along with the assistant presiding judge from the Orange County Superior Court- Kirk Nakamura and plaintiff’s attorney Kim Valentine) spoke at the College of Trial Advocacy for the Orange County Bar to an audience of about 150 lawyers on direct exam and cross exam.  The speech was well- …Read More »
  • Two Unanimous Defense Verdicts for Christopher Wesierski in 5 Weeks

    In a five week period, Chris Wesierski tried two cases out of Orange County that returned an unanimous defense verdict in under 30 minutes for each. In the most recent case, plaintiff claimed wrongful termination and discrimination with eight causes of action alleged. Chris Wesierski and Christian Counts worked diligently and obtained a unanimous defense …Read More »
  • Wesierski & Zurek Is Hiring!

    Wesierski & Zurek is hiring a 5-7 year lawyer with defense experience for the Irvine office.  Please forward resume and writing sample to resume@wzllp.com.Read More »
  • Carl Kremer Named 2017 Rising Star by Super Lawyers in Field of Civil Litigation Defense

    Carl Kremer has been named a 2017 Rising Star by Super Lawyers in the field of Civil Litigation Defense. The honor of Rising Star is only given to the top 2.5% of lawyers practicing in California with less than 10 years of experience. Mr. Kremer has received this distinction for the each of the last …Read More »
  • Wesierski & Zurek brings in defense verdict for the City of Norwalk

    In the early morning hours of January 18, 2013, a motor vehicle versus pedestrian accident occurred in a crosswalk located at the intersection of Firestone and Norwalk Blvd.  Wesierski & Zurek LLP represented the City of Norwalk.  Plaintiff was a 17 year old boy who was walking to school when defendant hit him at 40 …Read More »
  • W&Z comes out ahead in Motor Vehicle Collision Case

    Wesierski & Zurek LLP recently represented the Defendant school bus company and the driver in a motor vehicle to bicycle collision accident. The accident occurred on May 2, 2013, and resulted in the death of a 13 year old bicyclist.  The mother and father each filed separate lawsuits.  Plaintiffs argued that the defendant driver was …Read More »
  • Court Rules in Favor of Los Alamitos Racing Association in ADA Case

      On January 10, 2017, Chris Wesierski appeared for oral argument before the Federal  9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena,  representing the firm’s client Los Alamitos Racing Association in the case Michael Orlando v. Los Alamitos Racing Association. Mr. Orlando had sued the Los Alamitos race track, claiming he was disabled, and making a …Read More »
  • Celebrating 30 Years of Banyard Inn of Court

    On January 25, 2017, Tom Cummings and Malcolm Lusby participated in a panel at the Robert Banyard Inn of Court, honoring the 30 year history of the Inn.  The Inn was founded in 1986 by many prominent lawyers and judges in Orange County. The purpose of the Inn is to provide mentoring for young lawyers …Read More »

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