Urrabazo Law P.C. attorneys routinely represent clients in all aspects of contractual and commercial disputes in federal and state courts throughout California. They have successfully defended lawsuits alleging fraud, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, business torts, and claims filed under California Business Code Section 17200 and 17500, including unfair competition. They also have extensive experience handling class action litigation, internal corporate investigations and other issues. They have handled all aspects of securities litigation, shareholder derivative actions, private securities disputes, and defense of actions filed by the SEC.
Representation of Public Utility and Telecommunications Companies
Urrabazo Law P.C. attorneys have extensive experience representing public utility and telecommunications companies. We have handled numerous lawsuits defending claims of negligence based on allegedly defective equipment, business disputes, including claims for intentional and/or negligent interference with prospective economic advantage, intentional and/or negligent interference with contractual relations, defense of tort claims, claims alleging violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, eminent domain actions, and premises liability. We also have significant experience representing public utility companies seeking damages under California Public Utilities Code section 7952, Government Code Sections 4216.2 and 4216.4, and defending property damage claims brought by cities and municipalities.
Urrabazo Law P.C. attorneys have experience handling intellectual property, trademark, unfair competition, and business value protection matters. Urrabazo Law P.C. attorneys handle patent litigation matters in courts throughout the United States. In the area of trademark and copyright litigation, Urrabazo Law P.C. attorneys have handled every phase of litigation involving both the defense and prosecution of matters for Fortune 10 and Fortune 250 companies. They also handle US federal (statutory) trademark law issues, the intersection of the state common law and non-U.S. issues in trademark law.