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The Daily Journal publishes an article by partner Joshua Borger on economic competition in Beit Din litigation
September 13, 2019

Orthodox Jews, like the orthodox of many religions, are required to submit their financial disputes to a religious panel of arbitrators, typically rabbis, that understand their laws, policies, and customs.   A potential problem arises, however, when… Read More

The Daily Journal publishes an article by partner Joshua Borger providing advice to real estate brokers to avoid liability for cyberfraud
April 19, 2019

On April 19, 2019, The Daily Journal, California’s leading newspaper for attorneys, published an article by partner Joshua Borger entitled, “Advice to your broker clients to protect themselves from liability for cyber fraud.”  The… Read More

Daily Journal publishes an article by Joshua Borger on insurance coverage in the marijuana industry
March 26, 2019

The conflict between local, state, and federal law on cannabis is one of the largest conflicts in the law. On March 25, 2019, the Daily Journal, California’s leading legal newspaper, published on article by partner Joshua Borger on whether insu… Read More

Daily Journal publishes a second article by Joshua Borger on cyber fraud
December 12, 2018

The Daily Journal, California’s leading legal newspaper, published a second article by partner Joshua Borger on cyber fraud entitled, “Liability of banks receiving money in a wire fraud scheme.”  The legal issue in the typical wire… Read More

The Daily Journal publishes an article on wire fraud by Joshua Borger
November 21, 2018

On November 12, 2018, The Daily Journal, California’s largest legal newspaper, published an article written by Joshua Borger entitled, “My money ended up where? Liability considerations for when someone breaks into your computer and sends your mo… Read More

GED files lawsuit to recover hundreds of thousands of dollars lost in a fraudulent wire transfer scheme
July 20, 2018

We all know that wire fraud schemes plague the real estate industry. But, this successful scheme resulted in the prospective buyer’s (May Wang) initial loss of over $400,000, and inability to purchase the San Jose, California property. On April 9,… Read More

GED to host 2018 Annual Supreme Court Review
June 23, 2018

As the Supreme Court completes its first full term under President Trump and nine Justices on the bench, this year has been a blockbuster one for the courts. Join the Anti-Defamation League and the National Constitution Center for an America’s Town… Read More

GED wins dramatic reversal of fortune
February 28, 2018

On February 21, 2018, the jury rendered a full defense verdict for GED’s clients in a highly contentious retrial. The plaintiffs claimed that GED’s client breached a settlement agreement that resulted in the plaintiffs sustaining losses of sales… Read More

Josh Borger is appointed to the Board of Directors of the Central Pacific Chapter of the Anti-Defamation League
February 15, 2018

Josh Borger has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Central Pacific Chapter of the Anti-Defamation League. The ADL’s Central Pacific Region, based in San Francisco, serves Northern California, Utah and Hawaii. ADL’s mission “…to s… Read More

Marc Eisenhart is appointed to the Board of Directors of the local chapter of the ACLU
February 14, 2018

Marc Eisenhart has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Santa Clara Valley Chapter of the ACLU. The chapter is a leader in protecting and advancing civil liberties in the Santa Clara Valley. The chapter falls under the auspices of the ACLU… Read More

Josh Borger is reappointed to the Board of Trustees of the Santa Clara County Bar Association
February 13, 2018

Josh Borger has been reappointed to the Board of Trustees of the Santa Clara County Bar Association. More information about the Santa Clara County Bar Association can be found at https://www.sccba.com/ Read More

Marc Eisenhart wins new trial motion
February 12, 2018

Marc Eisenhart successfully argued for a new trial for the defendant client. The trial concerned money that plaintiff transferred to the defendant, or paid for her benefit, for defendant’s attorney’s fees and property settlement in connection wit… Read More