2016

Ms. Catherine Corfee Esq., is quoted in an article regarding her opinion concerning how disabled Plaintiff Scott Johnson sets businesses up to be sued for ADA violations. Disabled Plaintiff Scott Johnson's Thousands of ADA Lawsuits

2015

Ms. Catherine Corfee, Esq. prevailed on a motion for summary judgement in favor of the disabled Plaintiff's Jim and Robert McCarty who sued an ADA Attorney for ADA violations at his faciilty and parking.  The Court granted in part most of the claims for injunctive relief and Plaintiffs' damage claims. The Court denied some claims that Defendants fixed, and left one issue open for trial, which the parties later resolvedMcCartys v. Humphrey et., al., (ADA Attorney Sued for ADA)

2014

Ms. Corfee appeared in the Modesto Bee in an article entitled Lawsuits Fail to Satisfy Either Side of ADA Coin. on August 30th, 2014.

? Stockton Business Owner Takes Stand Against Serial Litigant

? ADA Amendment Targets 6 Million Businesses

2012

Ms. Corfee appeared in the Recorder in an article entitled Seinburg to Feinstein: State’s Access-Suit Law Works Just Fine, Thank You on March 28th, 2012.

2010

Ms. Corfee appeared in the Sacramento Business Journal article entitled Apartments Come Under Fire for Lack of Access on July 9, 2010.

Ms. Corfee appeared in the Tahoe Daily Tribune article entitled Local Business Leaders Learn to Address Deluge of Disability Lawsuits on June 12, 2010.

Ms. Corfee appeared in the Tahoe Mountain News article entitled Counter Attack in April 2010.

Ms. Corfee appeared on the Armstrong and Getty Show on February 11th, 2010.  Listen to the clip.

2009

Ms. Corfee appeared in the Recorder article entitled Few Using Law Aimed at Curbing Suits Over Disabled Access on December 9, 2009.

Ms. Corfee appeared in the Record Newspaper article entitled Chuck’s as Much a Victim of Flawed Law as of Serial Litigator on May 1, 2009.

Ms. Corfee appeared in the Sacramento Business Journal article entitled California Family Fitness Sued Over Women-only Areas on May 1, 2009.

2008

Ms. Corfee appeared in the Sacramento Business Journal article entitled As Layoff’s Mount, So do Wrongful termination Cases on September 1, 2008.

Ms. Corfee appeared in the Auburn Journal article entitled Carmichael Man Files Suit Against Auburn Restaurant Alleging Disabilities Act Violations on July 19, 2008.

Ms. Corfee appeared in a Times-Standard article entitled ADA Suits Divide Businesses, Disabled Communities on May 18, 2008.

Ms. Corfee appeared in a Sacramento Business Journal article entitled Disabled Access Bill Aims to Increase Compliance, Reduce Laws on May 9, 2008.

Ms. Corfee appeared in a North Coast Journal article entitled Jason Singleton Strikes Again on May 8, 2008.

2007

Ms. Corfee appeared in a SF Weekly News article entitled Wheelchairs of Fortune on July 25, 2007.

2006

Ms. Corfee appeared in a Sacramento Bee article on January 12, 2006, regarding Scott Johnson, a Carmichael attorney who has filed multiple ADA lawsuits, entitled Litigious crusaders for disabled strike at mom-and-pop shopsClick here to read the article in full.

2005

Ms. Corfee appeared in the Nation’s Restaurant News article entitled Worker’s Lawsuit Over Chain;s Uniform Rule Sparks Controversy on September 19, 2005.

Ms. Corfee appeared in a Business Journal article on May 20, 2005, regarding Scott Johnson, a Carmichael attorney who has filed multiple ADA lawsuits, who might be facing a lawsuit that would seek to have him declared a "vexatious litigant."

2004

Ms. Corfee appeared in a Tahoe Daily Tribune article on December 1, 2004 regarding her appearance at a South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce workshop where she advised business owners how to avoid disability-access lawsuits.

2003

Ms. Corfee appeared in a News & Features article on January 30, 2003 regarding a lawsuit filed wherein she represented a homeowners association against one of its residents.

1999

Ms. Corfee appeared in the San Jose Business Journal article entitled The Dispute-Free Workplace on April 30, 1999.

1998

Ms. Corfee wrote an article in that appeared in the Business Journal on June 15, 1998 entitled Employees can say ‘no’ to some arbitration agreements.