On the first day of trial, One LLP obtains a favorable settlement for its client, the managing agent for all homes in California owned by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, in a premises liability case arising out of a gangland shooting.
Peter Afrasiabi prevailed in a domain name arbitration against a cybersquatter who had registered a domain name that was confusingly similar to that of One LLP’s client, Inco-Check, Inc. Read the Article.
The Christian Science Monitor published an article about one of the Firm’s pro bono immigration clients, an Iraqi who fled Saddam Hussein’s regime and sought political asylum in the United States. Peter Afrasiabi, along with University of Utah Professor John Tehranian, has been representing the client in immigration proceedings in order to secure political asylum. Read the Article.
One LLP prevailes in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on behalf of Golden Feather Realty Services, Inc.
One LLP prevailed in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on behalf of its client Golden Feather Realty Services, Inc. The plaintiff, John Brooks, had accused Golden Feather of violating various federal regulations related to the selling of HUD-owned homes. The Court of Appeals rejected Brooks’ arguments and affirmed the district court’s dismissal of Brooks’ federal-law claims.
Peter Afrasiabi secured an important victory in a federal appeal. The decision was published by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Read the Article.
Chris Arledge, working pro bono with assistance from Bryan Westerfeld of O’Melveny & Myers, prevailed at trial in the immigration court, obtaining asylum for a Colombian citizen who had been kidnapped and tortured by communist guerrilla forces prior to fleeing for the United States.
Peter Afrasiabi, along with O’Melveny & Myers, secured an important victory in a business litigation dispute with a published opinion from the California Court of Appeals in the case Winthrop California Investors Limited Partnership v. Crow Irvine #2. Read the PDF