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A Motion for Sanctions is an EFFECTIVE Tool to Defeat

June 15, 2016

Published in Community Associations Institute’s May/June 2013 issue of Focus Magazine A lawsuit filed against a homeowners association, even when frivolous and brought in bad faith, can have a devastating effect on an association’s limited funds. When a frivolous or bad faith lawsuit is filed, a homeowners association should consider the use of a motion […]

David Bernardoni named a Partner

March 1, 2016

Kulik Gottesman Siegel & Ware LLP is pleased to announce that, effective March 1, 2016, David Bernardoni has been named a partner with the firm.  Mr. Bernardoni joined Kulik Gottesman Siegel & Ware LLP in July 2006.  Since that time has built a diverse civil litigation practice, which includes real estate, employment, homeowner association and […]

Glen Kulik Honored by Daily Journal

July 8, 2015

Glen Kulik was recognized by the Daily Journal as one of the top 75 intellectual property litigator…

California Court of Appeal Rules On Whether a Homeowners Association is Required to Accept Partial Payments

October 17, 2014

On October 14, 2014, the Court of Appeal issued a published decision in the case Huntington Continental Townhouse Association, Inc. v. Joseph A. Miner (Court of Appeal Case No. G049624). The case addressed whether a homeowners association must accept partial payments to reduce delinquent assessments. The Court of Appeal held that under Civil Code section […]

Raging Bull Supreme Court Decision

May 30, 2014

Glen Kulik represented the appellant before the United States Supreme Court in Petrella vs. MGM, which resulted in a a reversal in favor of the firm’s client in a copyright infringement case that many experts have heralded as one of the most significant copyright decisions in the past 50 years. Ms. Petrella’s father wrote the […]

Court of Appeal Decision

August 2, 2013
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On June 19, 2013, Len Siegel, Tom Ware, and David Bernardoni secured a Court of Appeal decision upholding the trial court’s sustaining of a homeowner association’s demurrer to homeowners’ complaint seeking to hold the Association liable for in excess of $200,000 in damages arising out of engineering errors in the homeowners’ architectural application. The victory […]

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