Keesal, Young & Logan regularly represents its clients in the state and federal appellate courts, including the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, all levels of state appellate courts in California, Washington, and Alaska, and the United States Supreme Court. The firm’s lawyers have briefed and argued hundreds of appeals and writ petitions covering a broad range of substantive and procedural issues
Bankruptcy & Insolvency
Keesal, Young & Logan represents a number of clients in bankruptcy matters across the United States. Our practice generally focuses on creditors’ rights, and we have represented clients in contested matters and adversary proceedings in cases arising under all chapters of the United States Bankruptcy Code.
Keesal, Young & Logan has broad experience in defending its clients in complex litigation matters, including class and mass actions in both state and federal courts as well as before the self-regulatory agencies of the securities industry. In addition, we have successfully defended cases brought on behalf of the general public through the use of broad consumer protection laws and “private attorney general” statutes, including California’s Proposition 65.
Commercial & Residential Real Estate Lending Litigation
Construction, Engineering & Project Management
Compliance, Operations & Data Control Advisory (CODA)
Consumer & Business Lending Litigation
Corporate & Real Estate
Employment Litigation & Advisory
Keesal, Young & Logan’s employment attorneys take pride in their ability to litigate a broad range of employment matters, while never losing sight of our clients’ overall business and employee-relations goals. Our attorneys work closely with clients to minimize risks of litigation, provide practical and creative human resources advice, and defend claims relating to every aspect of local, state, and federal employment law.
Privacy & Data Security
Unfair Business Practices
White-Collar Criminal Defense
Businesses in the United States and throughout the world operate in an environment of increasingly aggressive federal and state government prosecutorial oversight. Matters that were previously handled through civil or regulatory processes may now result in criminal investigations and proceedings.