Goldstein, Borgen, Dardarian & Ho (GBDH) is one of the oldest and most successful plaintiffs’ public interest class action law firms in the country. More about our firm
On 7/14/2014, the firm, along with MALDEF and the Law Offices of Robert Rubin, sued the City of Bellflower for violating the California Voting Rights Act of 2001 (“CVRA”). The lawsuit challenges Bellflower’s use of an at-large method to elect its Council Members, which has denied Latino and African American residents the opportunity to elect Council Members of their choice.
GBDH served as appellate counsel in the California Voting Rights Act (“CVRA”) victory in Jauregui et al. v. City of Palmdale, in which the California Court of Appeal found that the CVRA applies to all California voters, including those who vote in charter cities.
Read the Court's decision 05/28/2014
On 5/16/14, GBDH, along with co-counsel, was appointed Class Counsel by the Superior Court in Alameda County for a class of non-exempt or hourly employees of Kohl’s in California going back to April 4, 2004. Read the Court’s decision.
Read the Court's decision 05/16/2014
In continuing recognition of their professional excellence, Barry Goldstein, David Borgen, Linda Dardarian, Laura Ho and Morris (Mike) Baller have again been named “Super Lawyers” by their peers for 2014. James Kan has been recognized as a Rising Star.
Barry Goldstein, Laura L. Ho, and James Kan all presented at NELA’s 2014 Annual Convention in Boston, MA on June 25-28, 2014. The convention’s theme was “Blazing The Trail: Courage, Challenge, Change”
Congratulations to GBDH partner Linda M. Dardarian for being named one of the 2014 California Lawyers of the Year by California Lawyers magazine.
Read this news item 02/19/2014