California Attorney Accused of Flouting Court Order After $12M Fine

Kemnitzer Barron & Krieg

Mark Chavez was quoted in a Law360 in an article entitled “California Attorney Accused of Flouting Court Order After $12M Fine.” The article addressed Mr. Chavez’s case of Estakhrian et al. v. Obenstine et al., case number 2:11-cv-03480 (C.D. Cal.). Plaintiffs filed an Ex Parte Application for Order to Show Cause re Contempt, alleging that Defendant Obenstine flagrantly violated the Court’s prior orders. Mr. Chavez told Law360 that Defendant Obenstine’s alleged behavior represented an “extreme situation” in which Obenstine “needlessly disturbed and aggravated a bunch of people without any basis for doing so. . . Most lawyers would never dream of engaging in this kind of conduct with people who they know are represented by other lawyers.”

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