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2 Case :-cv-0-mwf-man :-cv-0-jak-pla Document - - Filed // 0// Page of of Page ID ID #: #: 0 McNICHOLAS & McNICHOLAS LLP Matthew S. McNicholas (State Bar No. ) Douglas D. Winter (State Bar No. 0) Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 0 Los Angeles, CA 00- Tel: () - Fax: () - Attorneys for Plaintiff KAILYNN G., by and through her guardian ad litem, KANDACE SIMPLIS KANDACE SIMPLIS; KYRA S., by and through her guardian ad litem KANDACE SIMPLIS; and KAILYNN G., by and through her guardian ad litem KANDACE SIMPLIS; KHANDI ROSE, an involuntary plaintiff; DYVONN G., an involuntary plaintiff; DEUJANYE G., an involuntary plaintiff; DAJAYNE G., an involuntary plaintiff, v. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA Plaintiffs, CULVER CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT; CITY OF CULVER CITY; CHIEF DON PEDERSEN, in his official and individual capacities; and DOES through 0, inclusive, Defendants. CASE NO.: CV -0-MWF-MANx (Consolidated Case No.: CV -0-JHN-MANx) DECLARATION OF MATTHEW S. McNICHOLAS IN SUPPORT OF PLAINTIFF S MOTION FOR ATTORNEY S FEES Date: August, 0 Time: :0 p.m. Ctrm: 0 Judge: Hon. Michael W. Fitzgerald
3 Case :-cv-0-mwf-man :-cv-0-jak-pla Document - - Filed // 0// Page of of Page ID ID #: #: 0 I, Matthew S. McNicholas, declare as follows:. I am an attorney at law duly licensed to practice before all of the courts of the State of California and am a partner at McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP, counsel of record for plaintiff Kailynn G. The matters contained in this declaration are known to me personally, and if called upon to testify as to such matters under oath in a court of law, I could and would do so competently.. I have represented over fifty officers in employment-related matters against various law enforcement agencies, including the Los Angeles Police Department and the Sheriff s Department, and I have spoken with hundreds more concerning potential cases that I ultimately did not take. It is, in my experience, a rule without exception that such cases involve considerable time and labor in order to obtain a successful result for the officer. Whereas in other areas of law, the parties may reach an early settlement, cases against a governmental agency cannot be settled without approval by the City Council, a fact which acts in many instances as a deterrent for plaintiffs attorneys to prosecute such cases and reduces the desirability of such cases.. This case was no exception. Since June, 0, my firm has worked on this matter with a risk of no recovery. Bringing it to a successful resolution required, among other things, the skill and specific institutional knowledge I acquired from representing sworn personnel from patrol divisions throughout greater Los Angeles (which includes people conducting traffic stops, felony stops, and the like), firearms training personnel, air support personnel, bomb squad personnel, K-Unit personnel, SWAT personnel, as well as personnel from clandestine units that track, monitor, and observe other officers. My firm has had to overcome bureaucratic red tape, government hurdles and the pervasive code of silence in order to obtain competent evidence to present at trial, which has led to tremendous insight and knowledge as to
4 Case :-cv-0-mwf-man :-cv-0-jak-pla Document - - Filed // 0// Page of of Page ID ID #:0 #: 0 how personnel operate in the field. This was arduous and required perseverance and stamina over more than a decade.. Taking on a case of this nature involves a significant amount of time and precludes me and my firm from accepting other clients.. I have been practicing law for fourteen years and have been associated with McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP since. I clerked for United States District Judge William J. Rea, externed on a full-time basis for United States District Judge John G. Davies, and externed on a full-time basis for Associate Justice Richard Aldrich on the California Court of Appeal. I have been a featured panelist at seminars hosted by Consumer Attorneys Association of California and Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, and am a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates and am currently waiting to be sworn-in to the American College of Trial Lawyers this fall. I have had several articles published and have acted as consultant to several members of print and television media. Currently, I am representing over two dozen sworn personnel in matters against various departments and agencies concerning retaliation, harassment and discrimination all of which requires extensive working knowledge of police departments and police officers.. In 0, I, along with Douglas Winter of my office, tried the matter of Avila v. City of Los Angeles, Case No. CV --SJO (FMOx) (the Avila Matter ), resulting in a jury verdict in favor of our client, Plaintiff Leonard Avila on his claim for FLSA retaliation against the LAPD. As set forth more particularly below, on August, 0, the District Court, Hon. S. James Otero, awarded attorney s fees in favor of Plaintiff in the Avila Matter of approximately $0,000.. In 0, I tried the matter of Romney v. City of Los Angeles, resulting in a verdict of $,,000. As the Court is aware, the Romney matter arose out of the same underlying Maciel trial, in which Romney, like Avila here, was retaliated against for testifying against the LAPD.
5 Case :-cv-0-mwf-man :-cv-0-jak-pla Document - - Filed // 0// Page of of Page ID ID #: #: 0. I tried the matter of Francois v. City of Los Angeles, resulting in a verdict of $,0,000. That case was substantially similar to the instant matter in that it was a retaliation case against the LAPD Bomb Squad.. In April 00, I tried the matter of Melissa Borck v. City of Los Angeles et al., a case involving retaliation and failure to prevent gender harassment by the Los Angeles Police Department that resulted in a jury award of $,,.00 before Judge Hatter.. In 00, I tried the matter of Nagatoshi v. City of Los Angeles, resulting in a jury verdict of $,, Again, the case was similar to the instant matter in that it involved retaliation against a member of the LAPD Metropolitan Division K Unit.. In November 00, I tried the matter of Bender v. City of Los Angeles resulting in a jury verdict of $,0, Once again, the case was similar to the Avila case in that it was a retaliation claim arising out of the plaintiff s support of the lone female LAPD Bomb Detection K handler s reports of harassment.. I also handled Fuller v. City of Los Angeles, on behalf of the female LAPD Bomb Detection K officer whose claims Bender supported. In October 00, that case was resolved in the amount of $,0, I have other substantial results, including, but not limited to: $,000,000 on behalf of a plaintiff against his employer for a brain injury in a single vehicle accident in Chicago; $,00,000 on behalf of special education student against the LAUSD for a one-time sexual assault by another special education student in a school bathroom; $,000,000 on behalf of multiple tenants against their landlord for habitability issues, wherein one young tenant was suffering uveitis leading to partial blindness in one eye; and $,000,000 on behalf of three adult children and their father for the wrongful death of their -year-old mother in San Francisco.
6 Case :-cv-0-mwf-man :-cv-0-jak-pla Document - - Filed // 0// Page of of Page ID ID #: #: 0. In this case, I competently performed necessary work in preparation for trial as well as participated in meetings and strategy for trial. I was lead trial counsel for Plaintiff Kailynn G., and conducted direct and cross-examination of witnesses.. In this matter I spent at least 0.00 hours of my own time (not counting those of my associates). However, this figure does not include numerous telephone conferences, internal meetings conducted and related activities. All of the work undertaken and performed by me on this case was necessary and reasonable.. My reasonable billing rate is $0.00. This is a reasonable rate based upon fourteen years of experience as a plaintiff s attorney, experience as a trial lawyer, the results obtained in jury trials, and my expertise in the area of wrongful termination and retaliation. Moreover, this rate is reasonable because I have recently been retained at rates of $0 per hour and have been awarded fees at an approved hourly rate of $ Specifically, in early 0, I was retained to represent an officer from one of the four largest banks in the United States concerning his employment-related issues and separation from his employer. The representation lasted throughout 0. I was retained on a blended-rate, which included an hourly component and a percentage of the separation package. The hourly rate was $0.00. This was the most recent time I have been retained on an hourly basis. In addition, I have been recently awarded fees with an approved hourly rate of $00.00 in Do Rights Plant Growers v. RSM Equico, Inc., Case No. 0CC00 (0). Previously, in late 0, I was awarded fees with an approved hourly rate of $0.00 in the Romney matter, and was similarly awarded fees with an approved hourly rate of $0.00 in the following cases: Flud et al. v. Spherion Pacific Workforce, LLC, et al., Case No. S-00-CV- SPC (Aug., 0); Jimenez v. Diamond Contract Servs., Case No. BC0 (July, 0); Mendoza v. AKH Company, Inc., Case No. BC (June, 00).
7 Case :-cv-0-mwf-man :-cv-0-jak-pla Document - - Filed // 0// Page of of Page ID ID #: #: 0. Most recently, by Order dated August, 0, the Hon. S. James Otero awarded $,00 in attorney s fees in favor of McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP s prevailing client in a federal FLSA retaliation matter in Avila v. Los Angeles Police Dept., et al., Case No. :-cv-0 SJO (FMOx) - Docket No. 0. Judge Otero s hourly rate determinations were as follows: Matthew McNicholas - $00/hr.; Douglas Winter ( Mr. Winter ) - $00/hr.; Catherine Schmidt - $0/hr.; Alyssa Schabloski - $0/hr.; Cameron Fredman - $0/hr. A true and correct copy of Judge Otero s fee order in the Avila matter is attached hereto as Exhibit. Judge Otero specifically determined that these hourly rates were reasonable based on consideration of each of our attorneys respective experience, prior awards and success, as well as the local legal community. With the exception of a $0/hr. rate increase for me and Mr. Winter, Plaintiff Kailynn G. seeks an award herein based on the same hourly rates as those awarded by Judge Otero last year.. My experience is commensurate with that of a partner at any bluechip law firm such as Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker, O Melveny & Meyers, or Latham & Watkins. In fact, I likely have more trial experience than any senior litigator in any of those firms, as evidenced by my membership in the American Board of Trial Advocates. As such, my hourly rate is necessarily on par with that of a senior partner at such a firm defending a discrimination lawsuit on behalf of a corporate client.. I have been assisted in this matter, including in preparation for and at trial, by my associate, Douglas Winter, who joined McNicholas & McNicholas in January, 0. Prior to joining our firm, Mr. Winter was a partner at The Ball Law Firm, LLP (00-0) and at Riley & Reiner (-00). Mr. Winter graduated from U.C. Hastings College of the Law in, and became a member of the California Bar the same year. Prior to beginning his career in private practice, Mr. Winter served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Richard A. Gadbois, Jr.
8 Case :-cv-0-mwf-man :-cv-0-jak-pla Document - - Filed // 0// Page of of Page ID ID #: #: 0 0. Mr. Winter has represented clients in a wide variety of litigation matters, and has extensive trial and appellate experience in both state and federal courts. Mr. Winter has successfully tried several cases to decision or verdict, and has been responsible for the successful outcome of significant trademark and copyright litigation at both trial and appellate levels, resulting in published decisions including Fleischer Studios, Inc. v. A.V.E.L.A., Inc., F.d (th Cir. 0), and Warner Bros. Entertainment v. X One X Productions, F.d (th Cir. 0).. In this matter, Mr. Winter worked diligently both pre-trial and during trial, and has billed a total of. hours in this case. Included in this amount is the time worked by Mr. Winter preparing the instant motion for fees. All of Mr. Winter s time and professional skills were reasonable and necessary to the successful prosecution of Kailynn G. s case. Mr. Winter s hourly rate is $0.00. Based on Mr. Winter s skill and significant experience, this rate is reasonable and appropriate. Moreover, as discussed above, Judge Otero determined in August, 0 that Mr. Winter s reasonable hourly rate was $00.00 per hour based on Mr. Winter s experience and the prevailing market rates. Further, in 0 and 0, as a partner at The Ball Law Firm, LLP, Mr. Winter customarily charged clients in the range of $00 to $ per hour, depending on the nature of the representation.. Patrick McNicholas prepared for and took the deposition of witness Amanda Medeiros in this matter, expending a total of.0 hours. Mr. McNicholas hourly rate is $00. Mr. McNicholas is a founding partner of McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP and was admitted to the California Bar in after obtaining his J.D. from McGeorge School of Law. Mr. McNicholas has been named a Super Lawyer by Los Angeles Magazine from 00- and a Top 0 lawyer by Superlawyers from Mr. McNicholas is an extremely experienced trial attorney and has won many noteworthy cases, including several multi-million dollar verdicts. Among these successes include a $,00,000 jury verdict in William S. v.
9 Case :-cv-0-mwf-man :-cv-0-jak-pla Document - - Filed // 0// Page of of Page ID ID #: #: 0 Bonita Unified School District (molestation by school teacher), a $ million jury verdict in Gray v. The Saxon Group (construction accident), and a $,0,000 jury verdict in Francios v. City of Los Angeles (race discrimination). Mr. McNicholas was recently awarded fees with an approved hourly rate of $0.00 in Do Rights Plant Growers v. RSM Equico, Inc., Case No. 0CC00 (0).. I was also assisted in this matter by my associate, Juan C. Victoria. Mr. Victoria spent no less than.0 hours working on this matter on behalf of Plaintiff Kailynn G. All of Mr. Victoria s time and professional skills were reasonable and necessary to the successful prosecution of Kailynn G. s case. Mr. Victoria graduated from U.C. Hastings College of the Law and was admitted to the California Bar in 00. Mr. Victoria practices in all areas of litigation, including civil rights and personal injury. In 0 and 0, Mr. Victoria was recognized in 0 and 0 as one of the top lawyers under the age of forty in Southern California as listed on the Rising Stars list by Southern California Super Lawyers. Mr. Victoria s hourly rate is $0.00. Based on Mr. Victoria s skill and experience, this rate is reasonable and appropriate. Further, it is reasonable since Judge Otero in August 0 approved a $0.00 hourly rate for Catherine Schmidt, Esq. in the Avila matter (See Exhibit, p. ). Ms. Schmidt and Mr. Victoria have similar background and experience and, until Ms. Schmidt left in early 0 to start her own firm, both were associates together for several years at McNicholas & McNicholas.. I was further assisted in this matter by my associate, Alyssa Kim Schabloski. Ms. Schabloski joined McNicholas & McNicholas in February, 0, after having been an associate with the firm of Michels & Watkins from At the Michels firm, Ms. Schabloski performed plaintiff s contingency litigation work, focusing on catastrophic personal injury and medical malpractice litigation, and her work contributed to the successful resolution of several confidential seven () figure settlements. Ms. Schabloski graduated from U.C.L.A. School of Law with
10 Case :-cv-0-mwf-man :-cv-0-jak-pla Document - - Filed // 0// Page of Page ID #: #: 0 a joint JD and Masters of Public Health (MPH) degree, and as an American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) fellow, clerked with the Honorable Victoria Cheney, now an appellate justice at the Second Appellate District Court of Appeals. All of Ms. Schabloski s time and professional skills were reasonable and necessary to the successful prosecution of Avila s case. Ms. Schabloski worked a total of. hours on this matter, at the hourly rate of $0. All of Ms. Schabloski s time and professional skills were reasonable and necessary to the successful prosecution of Kailynn G. s case. Based on Ms. Schabloski s skill and experience, this rate is reasonable and appropriate. Furthermore, as set forth above, Judge Otero determined in August, 0 that $0 per hour was a reasonable rate for Ms. Schabloski based on Ms. Schabloski s experience and the prevailing market rates.. I was assisted in this matter until late 0 by my associate, Cameron Fredman, who joined McNicholas & McNicholas after working in the litigation department at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, where he practiced in the general litigation group and handled cases involving commercial litigation and class actions. He graduated from Loyola Law School magna cum laude and served as Editor-in- Chief of the Loyola Law Review. He served as a full-time judicial extern for the Honorable A. Wallace Tashima at the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Mr. Fredman spent 0.00 hours working on this matter. All of Mr. Fredman s time and professional skills were reasonable and necessary to the successful prosecution of Kailynn G. s case. Mr. Fredman s hourly rate is $0.00, which is the same rate Judge Otero determined in August 0 to be his reasonable hourly rate based on his experience and the prevailing market rates.. The successful result in this civil rights case was achieved by Plaintiffs attorneys through diligent and tireless effort, both in the preparing the case for trial and at trial. The work performed by each attorney in furtherance of this action was reasonable and necessary. All of the time was contemporaneously kept and was
11 Case :-cv-0-mwf-man :-cv-0-jak-pla Document - - Filed // 0// Page of of Page ID ID #: #: 0 billed was for legitimate, necessary activities such as: () meetings with the client; () drafting pleadings; () preparing for, taking and defending numerous depositions and conducting written discovery; () drafting and opposing motions; () attending court proceedings; () reviewing extensive documentation and evidence; () locating and speaking with witnesses; () preparing pre-trial pleadings, including drafting and opposing numerous motions in limine ; () preparing for trial; and () trial.. The time set forth does not include significant time spent reading and reviewing s, making phone calls, drafting internal memoranda, internal meetings, and various administrative tasks associated with prosecution of a case. As such, the requested time already incorporates a substantial reduction, which I approximate at roughly ten percent (%).. The time described above is accurately summarized in the following table: Attorney Rate Hours Total Amount Matthew S. McNicholas, Esq. $0.00 / Hour 0.00 $,0.00 Douglas D. Winter, Esq. $0.00 / Hour. $,.0 Patrick McNicholas, Esq. $00.00 / Hour.0 $,00.00 Juan C. Victoria, Esq. $0.00 / Hour.0 $,.00 Alyssa K. Schabloski, Esq. $0.00 / Hour. $,.0 Cameron Fredman, Esq. $0.00 / Hour 0.00 $, Sum 0.0 $, A true and correct copy of my firm s detailed billing records itemizing the date, hours and description of the nature of the work performed to date by each of the attorneys in my office, is attached hereto as Exhibit. The Invoice identifies each attorney by their initials.
12 Case :-cv-0-mwf-man :-cv-0-jak-pla Document - - Filed // 0// Page of of Page ID ID #: #: 0 0. The amount described in the preceding paragraph does not include an estimate of hours anticipated on any post-trial motions and/or appeal. My office will appropriately move for post-judgment Attorney Fees, pursuant to the procedures identified in FRCP (a)(). Further, all additional fees incurred in preparing any Reply to the instant motion for fees will be identified in the Reply briefing.. My firm has incurred costs of no less than $0,. in this matter.. The prevailing market rate for lawsuits of this matter in this geographic region is a contingency fee of approximately 0 percent.. To date, my firm has received no compensation in this case and has advanced all costs. I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States of America that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed on July, 0, at Los Angeles, California. /s/ Matthew S. McNicholas Matthew S. McNicholas
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