DANIEL F. CROWLEY was an equity partner in a major California law firm. He practices in the areas of complex commercial litigation including business torts, class actions, construction, products liability, and real estate. Mr. Crowley has successfully tried cases in all Bay Area courts and federal courts. He has tried numerous cases both criminal and civil. Civil cases include auto, premises liability, class action, bad faith, and wrongful death cases.
PATRICK K. O’BRIEN focuses on general civil litigation with an emphasis on complex construction, business, trust, and personal injury matters. Mr. O’Brien specializes in providing superior litigation representation to the Construction, Transportation and Amusement Industries. He received his undergraduate degree from Loyola Marymount University and his law degree from Gonzaga Law School where he was Associate Editor of the Law Review. Mr. O’Brien has successfully tried several cases to verdict, including a major business fraud case. Mr. O’Brien has previously worked at major law firms in California and has served as CEO, General Counsel and Board Member for companies in the United States, the United Kingdom and Central America.
A member of:
- Liability Waiver: Transferring the Risk to the Passenger
- Not Insurers of Passenger Safety
- Strategies for Being Safe with Affiliates
SCOTT P. BRUST has experience in a variety of litigation settings, ranging from simple disputes to complex multi-party litigation. Mr. Brust is admitted to the California bar, the Colorado bar, and the U.S. District Court. Mr. Brust attended the University of California, Davis, where he was a member of the U.C. Davis Law Review. Mr. Brust received his bachelor’s degree magna cum laude in economics, with a minor in history.
ERIC YOUNG has experience in various legal matters, including premises liability, personal injury, and civil appeals. Mr. Young was lead counsel for appellants in a successful appeal to the California Supreme Court in Delgado v. Trax Bar & Grill (2005) 36 Cal.4th 224. Mr. Young has also successfully represented parties before the California Courts of Appeal. Mr. Young is admitted to the California bar, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Young attended Golden Gate University School of Law, and obtained his bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign.
DOUGLAS H. BOSCO has practiced law in California since 1971, and served in the California State Legislature from 1978-1982 and the United States Congress from 1982-1990. He specializes in resource-related
regulatory matters, representing the state’s largest private landowners. Governor Gray Davis appointed him to the California -Industrial Welfare Commission, a five-member board that sets the state minimum wage and working
conditions for millions of Californians. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed him as the Chair of the California Coastal Conservancy.
ROBERT M. BONE practices general civil litigation. Mr. Bone represents clients in real property, commercial and personal injury matters, construction defect, insurance coverage and bad faith litigation, breach of contract, and premises liability matters. His cases are in state and federal courts and before arbitrators, mediators and administrative agencies. Mr. Bone has tried many court and jury trials and administrative matters. Mr. Bone received his bachelor's degree from Sonoma State University with honors and his law degree from Willamette University.