Seltzer Caplan Associate Certified as Taxation Law Specialist

By SD Metro Magazine July 14, 2014 Brian M. Katusian, an associate at the San Diego-based law firm of Seltzer Caplan McMahon Vitek, has been certified as a specialist in taxation law by the State…


10 hottest jobs in San Diego County

Meet the people in these fast-growing occupations By Jonathan Horn | San Diego Union-Tribune Scott Williams, 52, environmental lawyer, Seltzer Caplan McMahon Vitek What he does: I help clients deal with contaminated property, and I…


10 things you should know about trademarks

By John Alspaugh, Esq., The Trademark Group®, Seltzer Caplan McMahon Vitek 1. What is a trademark? A trademark is any word, phrase, symbol, or device that distinguishes one company’s goods or services from those of…


Act with Purpose to Navigate the Dangerous Waters of Political Contributions: Five Cardinal Rules for Business Owners

By Adam Gordon May 2016 Blame it on the call lists. If you are a business owner in San Diego, you have no doubt been called by at least a dozen candidates. And on top…


Adam Gordon Featured in The Daily Transcript’s Twitterview Series

The Daily Transcript On the Job: 001 Adam Gordon, Associate Seltzer Caplan McMahon Vitek “My first law school job was working for the district attorney’s office. The great thing about being a young DA is…

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Adam Gordon Joins Seltzer Caplan McMahon Vitek

Seltzer Caplan McMahon Vitek is pleased to announce that Adam Gordon has joined the firm as an associate. As an experienced trial lawyer, Adam joins the firm’s litigation department. His practice focuses on business litigation…


Adapting to shifting workplace

By Dan Eaton San Diego Union-Tribune Labor Day represents the end of summer for many, but the original intent of the holiday was to honor and celebrate the American worker, with labor and trade unions…


After 25 Years, Family Law Practitioner Still Finds Love For the Complexity of Divorce

San Diego, CA—After working on over 100 trials involving everything from construction law to personal injury, Gerald McMahon says he still thinks of family law cases as being some of the most challenging and rewarding…


An Ounce of Prevention: Drug Testing

By Daniel Eaton AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION: DRUG TESTING Californians like their privacy. In 1974, California voters approved an amendment to the California constitution expressly recognizing a Californian’s right to privacy against both the state…


An Ounce of Prevention: Preventing Liability under the FMLA

Even where an employer is not guilty of disability discrimination, the employer may be liable for substantial damages to a former employee if the employer has failed to comply with the detailed requirements of the…




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