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May 15, 2023

A Competitive Bunch

Jorgensen & Salberg lawyers all played college sports, and still don't like to lose.

From left: Alexander J. Lopez, Jeffrey R. Salberg and Richard A. Jorgensen. Photo Credit: Thomas Kurtz / Special to the Daily Journal

The California court shutdowns under emergency COVID orders were tough for Tustin plaintiffs' attorney Richard A. Jorgensen.

"It was a nightmare," he said. "I do 10 trials a year -- minimum -- and I hadn't done a trial in 31/2 years. It was breaking my heart."

That trial-free stretch ended this month for Jorgensen with an unlawful detainer case that got started before a jury in the Michael D. Antonov... (continued)

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