Scott’s practice focuses on all aspects of business and commercial litigation and business reorganizations. Scott’s litigation experience has included management, resolution, and trial of complex business, oil and gas, agricultural, employment, partnership, and environmental disputes in state and federal courts throughout California.
Dan came to Belden Blaine Raytis, LLP after more than fifteen years at a distinguished public agency and water law firm and the Kern County Water Agency where he served as the Assistant General Counsel. Dan’s experience during that time was focused on providing general counsel, real property, water law and complex litigation services to various clients, including public agencies (primarily water districts), mutual water companies, and private entities.
Jazmine Flores has a developing practice in the areas of business and employment litigation. A Kern County native and fluent in Spanish, Jazmine understands the industries in Central California and Kern County.
James Harvey focuses his practice in the areas of business and commercial law, with an emphasis on litigation and litigation avoidance planning. Since his admission to the California State Bar in 2010, James has successfully assisted his clients with a wide range of commercial matters, including serving as lead trial counsel in a matter where his clients received complete defense verdicts, following a six-week jury trial, on blended contract, tort, and employment claims seeking more than $5 million.
Felicia focuses her practice on labor and employment and business litigation matters. Her litigation experience includes counseling and
representing employers in a variety of industries with respect to a wide scope of labor, employment, and business matters, including wage and hour claims, employment discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, harassment, and breach of fiduciary duties.
Daniel began his legal studies at the University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law located in Sacramento, California. While at McGeorge School of Law, Daniel was a Primary and Staff Editor for the University of Pacific Law Review, receiving awards for his involvement with the law journal. Daniel was also involved in the Administrative Law Clinic and other various clubs on campus. Also, prior to graduation from McGeorge School of Law, Daniel interned for the Kern County District Attorney’s Office and Clifford and Brown during each of his summers, respectively.More About Daniel M. Root
Misty B. Franklin is an associate attorney and part of our Business Litigation team. Her practice focuses primarily on defending employers in class actions, wage and hour violation claims, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, breach of contract, wrongful termination, and various other Labor and Employment Law actions.More About Misty B. Franklin
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