Betsy DeVos: Please Bring Down the Hammer on Campus Sexual Assault

By Taylor & Ring | February 21, 2017

David Ring, partner at Taylor & Ring, was published in the Huffington Post on Monday, 2/20. His piece, titled “Betsy DeVos: Please Bring Down The Hammer On Campus Sexual Assault,” is an open letter to the new Secretary of the Department of Education, imploring her to “take a hard look at the school districts and…

Taylor & Ring Interviewed in the Daily Journal about the Effect Large Verdicts Have on Keeping Institutions from Repeating Past Mistakes

By Taylor & Ring | February 21, 2017

The Daily Journal recently interviewed partner David Ring about the effect that multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements have on institutions whose negligence or malfeasance led to the serious injury of innocent people. Taylor & Ring is widely acknowledged as a leader in the fight against sexual abuse of children by teachers, counselors, religious leaders and…

Paso Robles teacher sex case prompts $5 million settlement

By Taylor & Ring | February 20, 2017

Paso Robles teacher sex case prompts $5 million settlement

Attorney touts $5M settlement in case involving former Don Pedro High teacher

By Taylor & Ring | February 20, 2017

http://www.uniondemocrat.com/localnews/5029240-151/attorney-touts-5m-settlement-in-case-involving-former?referrer=bullet4

Taylor & Ring Obtains $1.65 M Settlement For Students Injured By Collapsed Deck

By Taylor & Ring | December 14, 2016

— Santa Barbara property manager knew of structural issues, but failed to prevent the accident — Los Angeles, CA – Taylor & Ring , a Los Angeles-based trial law firm, obtained a $1,650,000 settlement against Ronald L. Wolfe & Associates, property manager of a beachfront house in Isla Vista, where five students were injured when…

Taylor & Ring Secures Published Decision Increasing Standard Of Safety In Public Venues

By Taylor & Ring | December 5, 2016

– Court’s published decision in sexual assault case sets precedent — Los Angeles, Calif.- Taylor & Ring , a Los Angeles-based trial law firm, secured a published decision from the California Court of Appeal in Janice H. vs. 696 North Robertson dba Here Lounge and Victor Cruz, which clarifies the responsibility of public venues to…

Taylor & Ring Ranked on the 2017 “Best Law Firms” List by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®

By Taylor & Ring | December 1, 2016

U.S. News – Best Lawyers® ranked Taylor & Ring on the 2017 “Best Law Firms” list in the Metropolitan Tier 1 Ranking in Los Angeles for their work in personal injury litigation. The U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” rankings are based on a rigorous evaluation process that involves the collection of client…

Daily Nexus Interviews Robert Clayton Following the $1.65 Million Settlement in Santa Barbara Balcony Collapse

By Taylor & Ring | December 1, 2016

As published in the Daily Nexus, in April 2013, five UC Santa Barbara students were injured following a balcony collapse. The incident occurred during Deltopia festival weekend when about 20 partygoers were clustered on an Isla Vista fraternity’s balcony when the 100-square-foot deck suddenly collapsed. Five students were sent to the hospital for medical attention,…

John Taylor and Dave Ring Listed in The Best Lawyers in America© 2017

By Taylor & Ring | November 25, 2016

Partners John Taylor and Dave Ring were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2017. Taylor has been listed for 25 consecutive years and Ring has been listed for 13 consecutive years for their plaintiffs’ work in personal injury litigation. For more than three decades, Best Lawyers® has become regarded…

Taylor & Ring Obtains $2.2 Million Verdict in Wrongful Death Shooting of Unarmed Man

By Taylor & Ring | November 14, 2016

— LAPD officers unjustifiably shot and killed suicidal man — As published by LA Times, KTLA, NY Times and ABC, Taylor & Ring , a Los Angeles-based trial law firm, obtained a $2,200,000 verdict against the City of Los Angeles on behalf of the father of a 26-year-old African-American male who was shot and killed…