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Here at┬áKesluk, Silverstein, Jacob & Morrison, P.C., our office is in Los Angeles, California. But we regularly litigate cases not only throughout California, but throughout the country. I have cases currently pending right now in San Francisco, in Oakland, in San Diego, in Orange County, in Kern County, in Ventura County, in Riverside County, San Bernardino County, and numerous other counties throughout the state. We’re also unique because we regularly go to federal court. Oftentimes companies will take cases filed in state court and what’s called remove them to federal court because that company is not based here in California. We have the experience to deal with the federal court because we regularly practice there. Many attorneys are afraid of it. They just are not as familiar with it. But for us, it’s kinda like being in our backyard. Now, we also litigate cases all over the country. I personally have litigated cases in New York, in Florida, in Georgia, in Washington, D.C., in Washington State, in Oregon, in Texas and numerous other locales throughout the country. In fact, next week I’m going to Ohio to litigate a case. And what we do is we get admitted in each of those states so we can press our clients’ rights no matter where they are. But the place where you want to be the strongest is right in your backyard, right in Los Angeles. And any time there is litigation, we are the go-to employment law firm in Los Angeles County.
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