Mr. Hawkins joined McCormick Barstow after completing law school in 1987. He was... more
Mr. Hawkins joined McCormick Barstow after completing law school in 1987. He was admitted to the California State Bar that same year. Mr. Hawkins jury trial experience includes the representation of clients in a broad range of civil disputes. He has represented clients before the Fifth District Court of Appeals and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. More recently he has been called upon to ser... view profile
Mr. Dunn is a native of Illinois. He joined McCormick Barstow in 1993. In January... more
Mr. Dunn is a native of Illinois. He joined McCormick Barstow in 1993. In January 1999, he became an equity partner in the firm. Since January 1996, he has practiced in Modesto from the firms satellite office there. He is a resident of Modesto, California. Mr. Dunn has significant jury trial experience in the Central Valley of California, including the counties of Merced, Stanislaus, Cal... view profile
Jim and Carolyn Struck are a husband and wife team with over 35 years of combined... more
Jim and Carolyn Struck are a husband and wife team with over 35 years of combined experience handling a wide range of litigation matters in Stanislaus County. The Strucks are recognized for excellence and integrity in their advocacy.
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