Attorney and Lawyer in Westlake Village, Ventura, Thousand Oaks, Los Angeles California, and Nevada

Latest Firm News

  • May 20, 2015 - Today's lawsuit is the first class action filed to allege that Lumber Liquidators falsely advertised the Abrasion Class rating of its laminate flooring. Lumber Liquidators, which reportedly had estimated annual sales of $1.1 Billion last year, is one of the largest specialty retailers of laminate flooring in the United States, with over 340 stores in 46 states. To read the full... read entire article

  • April 16, 2015 - - Lawsuit Alleges Lumber Liquidators Hired a Mold Lab to Conduct Formaldehyde Testing

  • On March 11, 2015 Robertson & Associates, LLP., filed a class action lawsuit in United Stated District Court for the Central District of California on behalf of plaintiffs from Los Angeles, Orange, Fresno, Riverside, and San Luis Obispo counties, who seek to represent all similarly situated consumers in California, against Lumber Liquidators, Inc. (LL) for allegedly violating California's... read entire article

  • Jessica and her family have been out of their Riverview home for weeks. After spending $5,000 on Lumber Liquidators flooring last winter, they later learned they had Formaldehyde levels 10 times higher than the national standard. During that time she tells us their 3-year-old daughter was constantly getting sick with irritated eyes, and a sore throat. She said, "I broke down and cried. As a... read entire article

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  • On Monday, Brian Baucham, a former cornerback at USC, filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court against the school and its former head football coach, Lane Kiffin, allegin ghtat they forced Baucham to play a game in 2012 over his objection against the California Golder Bears (CAL) while he was still suffering the combined effects of a previous concussion and "influenza-like ilness,... read entire article

  • LAS VEGAS — According to the LA Times, the Harmon Tower will be slowly dismantled floor by floor:
    "One by one, the grand old dames of the Strip outlived their charms — the Dunes, Stardust and Aladdin — and down they came, thanks to some well-rigged dynamite, in a booming flash of bravado and showmanship that became this city's staple — the implosion. But not the Harmon. The troubled hotel... read entire article

  • The Firm obtained a settlement on behalf of a dozen homeowners of luxury homes in the Lake Sherwood area of Westlake Village, CA for construction defects.

  • The Firm recently obtained a settlement for Four Turnberry Condominium Association in a construction defect lawsuit for this 40 story, 230 unit project in Las Vegas. (settlement amount confidential)

  • Court Approves Class Action Settlement of Large Environmental Case in Las Vegas - on January 30, 2012, the Clark County District Court approved the final settlement of a large class action case in which the Firm represented approximately 275 homeowners whose Las Vegas homes overly a plume of PCE-contaminated groundwater.  PCE is a common dry cleaning solvent which was used by... read entire article

  • Firm Defends Target of CAL OSHA Citations Following Tragic Explosion
    The Firm represents one of the targets of a highly-publicized CAL OSHA prosecution arising out of an explosion which occurred in Sylmar, CA. in August of 2011 that critically injured two people and partially demolished an industrial building.


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  • On July 26, 2013, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued a published opinion upholding a judgment obtained by the Firm on behalf of homeowners against the owner of a shopping mall for contamination of soil and groundwater beneath their neighborhood from chemicals used by a dry cleaner tenant that operated for decades at the Maryland Square Shopping Center, in Las Vegas... read entire article

  • Los Angeles Daily Journal - New Law Tackles Brain Injuries


    Click the image above and read an article written by Alexander Robertson.