Legal Books and Publications Authored By Firm Attorneys
Thomson Reuters California Civil Practice: Torts
Zaida Angulo McGhee and Michael Thomas are co-authors along with two other attorneys of the three volume, California Civil Practice: Torts set of books which encompasses 45 chapters of an array of tort issues including Arbitration, Aviation, Duties of Insurer, Government Claims Act, Insurance Bad Faith, Strict Liability, Legal Malpractice, Medical Malpractice, Negligence, Premises Liability, and Products Liability.
The Court of appeal most recently cited the set of books in Duke v. Superior Court (2017) 18 Cal.App.5th 490, 506.
Thomson Reuters California Civil Practice: Procedure
Michael Thomas co-authors this five volume set of books with appellate Justice Eileen C. Moore. This set provides advise on civil procedure from the onset of litigation through the appeals process. It is a leading resource for civil procedure in California.
Thomson Reuters California Civil Courtroom Handbook
Michael Thomas is the author of this well- known and incredibly practical book which is considered a “one-stop guide to the civil litigation process”.
The California Supreme Court called Michael Thomas’ Civil Courtroom Handbook a “widely regarded source” in Keener v. Jeld-Wen, Inc. (2009) 46 Cal.4th 247, and most recently the First District Court of Appeal in Voelker v. Central Marin Police Authority (2018) WL 2214083, also cited the Civil Courtroom Handbook.
Thomson Reuters FlipLaw Practice Guides
Michael Thomas created these innovative, highly effective, and handy guides which provide practical advice on handling depositions, law and motion practice, and trial objections.
Firm attorneys have authored multiple legal publications. Most recently, in the Fall 2017, Volume 2 edition of Construction Claims, Zaida McGhee, Michael Thomas and Tyler Hazen contributed substantially to the article entitled “Putting Latent-Defect Claims to Rest”.