ADAMS v. AEROJET-GENERAL CORP., C031323
Lawyer, whose former law firm rendered legal advice to defendant, may represent plaintiffs against that defendant if he performed no work for the defendant while he worked at his former firm.
- Decided 02/07/2001
- Published 02/07/2001
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Hackard, Holt & Heller, Theodore J. Holt, Gold River, Eric L. Graves, Jenny M. Fickel; Zelle & Larson, Byran M. Barber, Eric Berg, Los Angeles; Sherman, Dan, Petoyan, Salkow & Weber, Sherman, Dan & Portugal, Arthur Sherman, Los Angeles; Eisen & Johnston Law Corporation, Jay-Allen Eisen, and Marian M. Johnston, Sacramento, for Plaintiffs and Appellants.
- For Appellees:
- Nossaman, Guthner, Knox & Elliott, Scott P. DeVries, Patrick J. Richard, Elaine M. O'Neil, Alison S. Hightower, San Francisco; Goldsberry, Freeman & Swanson, Francis M. Goldsberry II, Sacramento; Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliffe, Lawrence A. Hobel, San Francisco; and Aerojet-General Corporation by Jose N. Uranga, Legal Department, for Defendant and Respondent.