Media Mentions

Partner Ben Siminou heads to court in the Fourth Appellate District on May 8 in an appeal following a headline grabbing mega-church sex abuse scandal. The lawsuit alleges a youth counselor at the Houston-based Grace Community Church molested Mr. Siminou’s client (“John Doe“), then hid this abuse for years from parents and authorities.

On April 21, 2023, Partner Brett Schreiber was featured on a news television segment for NBC7 San Diego. In the segment, “San Diego Paid $31.2M Over 5 Years to Settle Claims Involving City-Owned Vehicles: Report,” Brett discusses the increase of city-owned vehicles involved in accidents and Singleton Schreiber’s growing advocacy for the past two decades.

Managing Partner, New Mexico Brian Colón and Public Entity Environmental Practice Leader Britt Strottman’s Op-Ed article, “How ‘forever chemicals’ Endanger New Mexico’s Public Health and Why We Must Act Now,” was published in the Carlsbad Current Argus on April 9, 2023. The article discusses the dangerous impacts “forever chemicals” known as perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have on the environment and public health in New Mexico.

Attorney Domenic Martini was featured in a Courtroom View Network article, “Family Seeks $2.3M+ From City of San Diego In Wrongful Death Dangerous Road Condition Trial.” The article discusses the Singleton Schreiber case regarding dangerous road conditions that caused a car-on-pedestrian collision that left one man dead and another seriously injured.

The full trial is available for viewing via live webcast on Courtroom View Network.


Partner Brett Schreiber‘s article, “California’s Dangerous Tree Trends,” was published in Daily Journal on April 3, 2023. In the article, Brett discusses how California has seen an increase in nature and weather related cases and the road to recovery in the courts.