On the eve of trial, Chris Bruni and Scott Herndon, an associate at Sinunu Bruni, won a dismissal for their client in a high value kidney cancer case involving several Fortune 500 defendants.
Christopher Bruni Co-Authors "Effective Deposition Techniques in Asbestos Litigation" Published by The Defense Research Institute in the November 2016 Issue of Its National Magazine For The Defense
Mar 06, 2017
In November of 2016, The Defense Research Institute (DRI) published Chris’ article “Effective Deposition Techniques in Asbestos Litigation” in their national magazine. Chris was a co-author of the article along with fellow trial attorney Todd Suddleson.
Erin McGahey Authors "Is Hernandezcueva a Dog with a Bark Bigger Than Its Bite?", for the Association of Defense Counsel of Northern Calfornia and Nevada's Defense Comment Magazine.
Mar 06, 2017
Erin McGahey Authors "Is Hernandezcueva a Dog with a Bark Bigger Than Its Bite?", Published in the Summer 2016 Issue of the Association of Defense Counsel of Northern California and Nevada's Defense Comment Magazine.
Feb 01, 2017
Chris Bruni and Scott Herndon resolved a breach of contract claim in an employment dispute between a technology start-up and its former business partner, avoiding litigation and providing cost-savings to their client in process.
Jan 30, 2017
Chris Bruni and Steven Spaulding secured a dismissal with prejudice within two months of their client being sued on a cross-complaint for breach of contract and fiduciary duty. The cross-complainant was motivated to dismiss the action after Sinunu Bruni moved to compel the dispute to binding arbitration, which would have exposed the cross-complainant to an adverse award of attorney’s fees and costs.