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Representative Matters

Gough & Hancock attorneys have defended public utilities, manufacturers, service providers, legal professionals, and investment advisors in matters involving torts, contracts, regulatory requirements, land rights, and inverse condemnation.

  • Defense counsel in coordination proceeding involving hundreds of properties
  • Defense liaison counsel in coordination proceeding brought by hundreds of plaintiffs resolved by settlements
  • Defense liaison counsel in consolidated subrogation actions
  • Defense counsel in construction and product liability cases, resulting in denial of motions for class certification
  • Coordinating counsel for defendant in statewide product liability cases, resulting in dismissal of claims
  • Defense jury verdicts in wrongful death and personal injury actions
  • Summary judgments in personal injury, property damage, land rights, and contract cases
  • Defense awards in binding arbitrations arising from contract claims
  • Defense of wildfire cases involving thousands of acres of federal land, including national forests
  • Defense of wildfire cases involving state claims, fire suppression costs, and fire investigations
  • Defense of wildfire cases involving urban and rural private property
  • Obtained jury verdicts and summary judgments in tort and contract matters involving energy delivery
  • Negotiated resolution of personal injury and property damage cases involving gas, electric, and hydropower
  • Handled inverse condemnation cases, complex technical cases, and regulatory matters
  • Defense of financial advisors in complex financial transactions
  • Defense of legal professionals in malpractice actions
  • Defense of insurance brokers and other professionals in business disputes
  • Confidential and detailed reporting of investigative results
  • Confidential review of client strategy and response to allegations
  • Confidential internal investigations on behalf of corporate clients, including procurement, internal operations, and human resources.