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Posted on February 12, 2005

Brian Panish Named Top 10 LA County Super Lawyers 2005

Southern California Super Lawyers – February, 2005 From the Top 100 Los Angeles County Super Lawyers Brian J. Panish of Panish, Shea & Boyle, LLP was selected as a Top 10 Los Angeles County Super Lawyer for 2005. Super Lawyers magazine names attorneys in each state who received the highest point totals, as chosen by their peers and… read more

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Posted on October 11, 2004

Mr. Brian Panish Joins Panel of Speakers at The University of Hong Kong

Jury Trials in The US – Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong Panel of Speakers The Honorable Ronald S. W. Lew , U.S. District Court, Central District of California The Honorable Zel Canter, Superior Court for the State of California, County of Santa Barbara, California Mr. John Coleman, Managing Partner, Coleman & Associates Mr…. read more

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Posted on April 5, 2004

MCLE Article: Multiple Choice

Los Angeles Lawyer – By Brian Panish and Kevin Boyle Separate choice of law analysis is required for each legal issue arising in a case. Brian Panish and Kevin Boyle are plaintiffs’ trial lawyers with [a law firm] in Santa Monica. They specialize in catastrophic products liability and punitive damages claims as well as business… read more

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Posted on October 27, 2003

Brian Panish Named Daily Journal’s Top 100 Most Influential Lawyers of 2003

Daily Journal Extra October 27, 2003 Brian J. Panish Name Partner at a Santa Monica law firm – Panish in July obtained an $11.7 million settlement for families of three of the victims killed in a 2001 charter jet crash in Aspen, Colo. He also settled an Alaska Airlines case for families of six victims… read more

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Posted on September 24, 2003

California’s Civil Jury Instructions: Brian Panish is Interviewed in 2003

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Posted on September 30, 2002

Brian Panish Top 100 Lawyers – Reasons Why It’s Good That Lawyers Have Power

Daily Journal Extra – By Katrina Dewey A few months back, the Johnnie question came up at an Algonquin gathering of high powered lawyers on Sunset Boulevard. The heated discussion that ensued came to mind on a beautiful autumn afternoon that was perfect for watching football and contemplating lawyers. Specifically, the 100 included in this… read more

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Posted on July 8, 2002

Take Technology to Trial

Trial Magazine – Brian J. Panish July, 2002 To prevail at trial, a lawyer must present a simple, understandable case that makes a lasting impression with the jurors. But words are not enough. Studies show jurors remember only 15 percent of what they hear but up to 95 percent of information they see and touch…. read more

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Posted on October 19, 2001

Brian Panish Named Daily Journal’s Top 100 Most Influential Lawyers of 2001

Daily Journal October 29, 2001 California Law Business Brian J. Panish – Partner at a Santa Monica law firm. A products liability litigator, Panish has won scores of multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements, including a $55 million jury verdict in April against Continental General Tire. Panish proved the company liable for a tread-separation accident that rendered… read more

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Posted on June 20, 2001

WINNING – Successful Strategies from 10 of the Nation’s Leading Litigators

The National Law Journal- By Margaret Cronin Fisk When trial lawyers get together, they always tell war stories of cases they have won or trials that went sour. For most attorneys, there is either an even balance between victories and losses or a lamentable record of juries’ continually favoring the other side. In each city… read more

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Posted on October 20, 2000

Brian Panish featured in The National Law Journal

NEW YORK — It’s not often that a lawyer gets the chance to leave $4.5 billion on the table. But when plaintiffs lawyer Brian Panish proposed to forgo most of the punitive damages his client had won in a suit against General Motors, he joined a small but significant trend: offering to trade big punitive… read more

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Posted on January 10, 2000

GM Should Stop Passing The Buck

Dayton Daily News – By Brian J. Panish Richard W. Shapiro, who wrote the Nov. 25 letter to the editor “Perpetuating untruths undermines justice,” was a member of the trial team that defended General Motors in the Anderson case, in which Patricia Anderson, her four children and another passenger were horribly burned when their 1979… read more

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Posted on February 16, 1996

Verdicts & Settlements Litigator Profile: Brian Panish

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