Cathleen G. Fitch
Cathy Fitch is a Certified Legal Malpractice Law Specialist. Her practice focuses on the defense of professionals and in the areas of commercial and business litigation in a range of tort, contract and statutory claims at the trial and appellate level. Cathy defends a range of businesses in fraud claims, environmental claims, Americans with Disabilities Act claims and qui tams suits. Cathy handles administrative matters including those before the California State Bar, the National Futures Association and the SEC. She has successfully defended lawyers, other professionals and businesses in a variety of lawsuits by anti-SLAPP motions and motions for summary judgment, and through trial, arbitration, and appeal.
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- To Whom are you liable
- Who is your client/scope of duty
- The fee agreement
- Court or arbitration
- Fiduciary duty
- Third parties
- Malicious Prosecution
- Anti-SLAPP Motions
- Requires expert testimony
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