BIKLAW has been retained by the founder of in a multi-million dollar breach of contract action.
BIKLAW has been retained in connection with an assault and battery inflicted by a club manager on a patron. The patron required reconstructive ankle surgery with the placement of steel instrumentation.
BIKLAW has been retained by a Los Angeles-based hair salon chain in connection with the breach of a non-compete clause by a former partner and fiduciary of the operation.
BIKLAW settled a medical malpractice claim in a confidential amount stemming from an ulnar nerve injury sustained during a surgical procedure on the patient’s back.  Certainly due in part to BIKLAW’s reputation and credential as a licensed California physician, the case was settled within one month of filing the complaint.
BIKLAW has been retained by a patient in connection with the wrongful administration of a powerful antibiotic after the hospital and its’ providers failed to take note of a critical (and toxic) lab value.  The patient is now in need of a kidney transplant.
BIKLAW has been retained by a medical doctor in connection with his purchase of a medical practice which the selling physician unlawfully competed against in an attempt to destroy his former business.
BIKLAW has been retained by an individual in a large fraud action by a son against his parents in connection with the parents’ breach of an agreement to split millions of dollars in profits from a real estate venture.
BIKLAW has been retained by Beverly Hills public relations agency KPR, Inc. in connection with a large breach of contract dispute.
BIKLAW has been retained by an undisclosed family in connection with a multi-million dollar medical malpractice matter. The case involves a physician’s failure to diagnose or treat a patient with a fatal condition known as a pulmonary embolism. The decedent, a 50 year old man, is survived by his wife and five young children.
BIKLAW has been retained by Fiscal Medics, Inc. in connection with a $200,000 Medicare Disproportionate Share Hospital (“DSH”) Payment dispute.
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