Publications

Where’s The Beef – Advocate

Advocate February 2007 - “Put the BEEF in Mediated Settlement Agreements” - Ensure Some Muscle for Enforcement, By Timothy A. Lambirth

ADR Special Focus – sfvba.org

“ADR Special Focus” - California Supremes Find Anticipatory Jury Trial and Class Action Waivers Unenforceable. By Timothy A. Lambirth and Diane Bucka.

Banks Not Liable. – Big Money

“Banks Not Liable. Yes, It’s True…” - Payee’s Malfeasance is Not Bank’s Liability - By Timothy A. Lambirth and Joseph Catmull

Insecure Secured Lenders – Big Money

“Insecure Secured Lenders” - By Timothy A. Lambirth and Regina Ashkinadze

Dead Hand – Verdicts

"Dead Hand" - Verdicts & Settlements - Bank of America prevails over a woman who claims someone forged checks worth nearly half-a-million dollars from her deceased brother's account. By Christina Landers

Humanizing and Handling Suits for the Institutional Plaintiff

Humanizing and Handling Suits for the Institutional Plaintiff - by Timothy A. Lambirth

Copy Catastrophe – Big Money

“Copy Catastrophe” - Smoking Gun Letter Discoverable if Not Addressed or Copied To Counsel, By Robert K. Olsen and Timothy A. Lambirth

LATLA Las Vegas 1993

11th Annual Las Vegas Convention - LA Trial Lawyers Association

Total Knock Out: Mark I Murad with Timothy A. Lambirth Defenses Battery Case

Defending Student Against Schoolyard Bully - Trial Style Jan/Feb 2008

Parol Evidence Rule: Fraud Exception Creates Chaos – Trial Style

Timothy A. Lambirth analyzes developments regarding the fraud exception to the Parol Evidence Rule spotlighted in Riverisland Cold Storage v. Fresno-Madera Production Credit Assn.

Where In The World Are The Parties “Located?” – Big Money

“Where in the World are the Parties “Located?” - By Timothy A. Lambirth and Diana Bucka

Listings of Publications

March 2009
Banks Not Liable. Yes, It’s True…
Payee’s Malfeasance is Not Bank’s Liability”
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Joseph Catmull

October/November 2008
Insecure Secured Lenders
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Regina Ashkinadze

January/ February 2008

“Help! Employers are Drowning”
Tidal Wave of Big Money Retaliation
Verdicts Heading Their Way
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Renee Orth

November/December 2007

“Big Money, Minimum Contacts”
The Long Arm Reaches Judgment Creditors:
Domestication Plus Can Subject Judgment
Creditors to Specific Personal Jurisdiction, Says the Ninth Circuit
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Renee Orth

August/September 2007

“Be Prepared”
Yes, I’m Talking to You
By Timothy A. Lambirth

January/February 2007

Put the BEEF in Mediated Settlement Agreements
Ensure Some Muscle for Enforcement
By Timothy A. Lambirth

November/December 2006

“Till It Hurts”
How Much Is Enough for Punitive Damages?
By Timothy A. Lambirth

September/October 2006

“Small Matters Cost Big Money”
Seemingly Insignificant Collection Cases Become Loser
Class Actions for the Defense
By Timothy A. Lambirth

May/June 2006

Where in the World are the Parties “Located?”
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Diana Bucka

March/April 2006

Copy Catastrophe
Smoking Gun Letter Discoverable if Not Addressed or Copied To Counsel
By Robert K. Olsen and Timothy A. Lambirth

February 2006

ADR Special Focus
California Supremes Find Anticipatory Jury Trial and Class Action Waivers Unenforceable.
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Diane Bucka.

January/February 2006

“Now or Never”
California Supremes find anticipatory jury trial and class
action waivers unenforceable
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Diana Bucka

Summer 2005

“Novation News”
Oral amendments can trump written agreements
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Diana Bucka

July/ August 2004

“Enforcing Contractual, Predispute Jury Trial Wavers”
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Joseph H. Catmull

May/June 2004

“Damages Dilemma”
Division Four of the Second Appellate District wrangles
With the United States Supreme Court punitive award decision
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Joseph H. Catmull

March/ April 2004

“Don’t Shoot!”
Bank’s factually incorrect report to law enforcement about suspected
Criminal activity is absolutely privileged
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Joseph H. Catmull

January/ February 2004

“In Cyberspace, No One Can Hear You Slander”
When First Amendment rights are implicated against a client, counsel
Should consult section 425.16 of the Code of Civil Procedure (Anti-SLAPP)
early in the case
By Timothy Lambirth and Joseph H. Catmull

Fall Bonus 2003

“Cashed Out”
Federal savings and loan’s charges over state required fee is preempted
“Pay For Play”
Municipalities may not prohibit banks from charging ATM-use fees to noncustomers
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Joseph H. Catmull

September/October 2003

“Big Hit”
Litigators rejoice that anti-SLAPP motion can strike down malicious prosecution lawsuits
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Joseph H. Catmull

July/August 2003

“Consumer Confidences”
Under the Song-Beverly Act, businesses requesting personal identification Information from credit card holders risk liability
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Joseph H. Catmull

May/June 2003

“Plowing New Ground”
State Farm v. Campbell’s limitations on punitive damages awards signals
Changes
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Joseph H. Catmull

“Avoiding Mistakes”
Small details exact large consequences in bank trial
By Timothy A. Lambirth and Joseph H. Catmull

January/ February 2003

“Big Money”
By Timothy a. Lambirth

“California Civil Jury Instructions” discussion host, panelist and panel organizer.

Kristy CooperPublications