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The Go-To Firm for High Stakes Business Litigation
We’re different. Lean. Efficient. Smart. We win and win big. With over 400 jury trials to verdict, we know our way around a courtroom. Over $925 million in verdicts and judgments for our plaintiff clients, and successfully defended many other high-stakes cases. And we square off against some of the nation’s biggest firms.

We thrive on the tough cases: the ones where your company, fortune or liberty are on the line. Bring us your biggest problem to solve. We’ll get it done.

PRACTICE AREAS
We handle cases involving class actions, intellectual property, breach of contract, trade secrets, bad faith, white collar criminal defense, real estate, business torts and the entire gamut of commercial litigation.

OUR LAWYERS
Our lawyers are brilliant thinkers and strategists with a practical bent. But no one wins jury trials without finely tuned intuition. We have that, too. Our core trial teams have been together for years. We approach our cases with surgical precision, each member of the team executing his or her role expertly.

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  • Thank you first responders!
    April 3, 2020

    We appreciate the dedicated first responders who are helping so bravely with the COVID-19 pandemic. Keller/Anderle is pleased to provide lunches to Costa Mesa police and fire departments through Dick Church’s Restaurant. Thank you first responders!

  • Reuben Camper Cahn admitted to American College of Trial Lawyers
    March 20, 2020

    Founded in 1950, the College is composed of the best of the trial bar from the United States and Canada. Fellowship in the College is extended by invitation only. Lawyers must have a minimum of fifteen years trial experience before they can be considered for Fellowship. Membership in the College cannot exceed one percent of the total lawyer population of any state or province.

  • Government drops plans to use Costa Mesa facility as coronavirus quarantine site
    March 4, 2020

    Keller/Anderle’s successful application for a temporary restraining order led the state and federal governments to announce Friday they would abandon their plan to use the Fairview Developmental Center in Costa Mesa to quarantine coronavirus patients. 

  • Keller/Anderle obtains temporary restraining order for City of Costa Mesa in coronavirus quarantine case
    February 24, 2020

    The action was to stop a possible plan by state and federal agencies to use the Fairview Developmental Center to house and quarantine people with the coronavirus. Jennifer Keller, an attorney for the city, said Friday evening that it is hard to reconcile how Fairview could be suitable for coronavirus quarantine when it had recently been deemed unfit for a homeless shelter without extensive improvements.