Ninth Circuit Says Cooley Link Didn't Taint Arbitration Award

, The Recorder


Cooley chair Stephen Neal lost back-to-back cases against Masimo Corp. But the company's legal team couldn't prove that prejudiced his brother, JAMS neutral Richard Neal, to exceed his powers in an employment dispute.

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  • Charles Ehrlich

    Dick Neal and I started as baby lawyers in Los Angeles in 1973. We were life-long friends. He died 1/1/15 . Dick was as ethical as the day is long on June 21st.; the attack on him was reprehensible.

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