Recent News

Feras Morad Federal Trial to Wrap Up Wednesday, July 11th

HSR attorneys Dan Stormer, Joshua Piovia-Scott and Brian Olney represent the family of Feras Morad, an unarmed man who was shot and killed by a Long Beach police officer on May 27, 2015. Experts and eyewitnesses have testified over the course of the 2-week trial that the shooting was unjustified and unnecessary.

As also evidenced by emotional testimony throughout the trial, Feras -a 20-year-old who had just been accepted for a full scholarship at Cal State Long Beach -was beloved and admired by family, friends and educators alike.

HSR Partner Cornelia Dai to Speak at the CLA 8th Annual Advanced Wage and Hour Conference on July 12, 2018

On Thursday, July 12, 2018, Cornelia Dai will be speaking at the CA Lawyers Association Labor & Employment Law Section's 8th Annual Advanced Wage and Hour Conference in Los Angeles. The one-day conference will cover "what's new, what works, and what does not in the wage case you are litigating."

Kudos to HSR's Rising Star Attorneys

It's our great pleasure to announce that HSR partner Cindy Panuco and associate attorneys Nancy Hanna and Brian Olney have been chosen as Southern California Super Lawyer Rising Stars for 2018!

HSR Attorneys to Represent Family of Feras Morad in Federal Court, Tuesday June 26th

On Tuesday, June 26, 2018, HSR attorneys Dan Stormer, Josh Piovia-Scott, and Brian Olney will go to trial in federal court in Los Angeles, representing the family of Feras Morad. Feras was a 20-year old national debate champion who had just accepted a full scholarship to attend Cal State Long Beach.

"Your loved one dies. The prison leaves a voicemail," Sacramento Bee, June 22, 2018 - HSR Clients' Experience Highlighted in Article About Family Death Notifications

When a loved one dies in a CDCR prison, families are often notified in a callous manner --- days after the death, through a short and poorly worded letter or phone call.