If you or anyone close to you has somehow been affected because of someone’s unlawful behavior, it is essential that you know and understand your rights, because you may be entitled to a sizable compensation and accountability for their actions.
The Attorneys of Kosnett Law Firm will focus on protecting the rights of people and businesses of Irvine that have been harmed by the criminal behaviors of others. Our skilled team of attorneys conveys compassion, while also caring enough to ensure quality of life for our clients while they deal with their difficult circumstances.
Knowing that preparation is so essential, our firm is prepared to take on your case because we know we have the knowledge, resources and extensive knowledge of the law. Our attorneys have expansive experience handling complex cases, and are well-versed in dealing with administrative hearings, state and federal court litigations, and handling cases on appeal.
Our education lawyers not only service Irvine, but central and Southern California to boot. So whether you’re a small business, employee, student, or parent of a child with disabilities, our office can and will efficiently represent you. When you initially consult with us you can expect that our attorneys will help to provide you with the best options to help with your situation.
Our promise to our clients is that our attorneys will work their hardest to provide you with the highest-quality representation money can buy. We specialize in the following areas:
- Employment law
- Business law
- Special education
- Civil rights litigation
An initial free consultation is offered in every case. Contact us today and let us help you get the justice you deserve. Call 310-751-0446.
11355 W Olympic Blvd #300, Los Angeles, CA 90064
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I am an alumni adviser for a fraternity at USC. The chapter was involved in a disciplinary action with the university. After receiving unusually harsh and unfair sanctions from a student/faculty review committee, our chapter sought counsel from James Kosnett. He attended a hearing with USC administrators, and prepared a compelling written appeal.