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|Central Missouri State University||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|San Fernando Valley College of Law||N/A||N/A||N/A|
Posted by Margie
Back in the 1980's he was handling two problems for us at a below standard rate. We paid him a flat rate monthly.One problem was our neighbors who took over a strip of our land. Simultaneously I had a lawsuit against the school district where I had been harassed to a nervous breakdown. I witnessed him in court once and heard the judge admonish him for "not doing his homework." Later we discovered he had been charging double time for everything that he did/bought and took him to arbitration where our bill was cut in half. He effectively accomplished nothing for us. We filed a complaint with the bar a few years later through another lawyer who was appalled at what Webb had done.
Posted by anonymous
This lawyer basically lied to me all the way through. He took my discrimination/wrongful termination case and gave his word that he would take it to trial. He kept making me do work as though I were his assistant, writing up text that became his court documents, even though I'd given him my narrative and plenty of information for him to do it. Finally, there was a medical component to it and he just decided in the last couple months leading up to trial that he did not wish to do research. He never deposed any of the principles involved on the defendants side. He never spoke to my doctors. He never read my medical notes as far as I could tell. He threw me under the bus and the case basically zeroed out, although my attorney friends thought it was worth mid-six figures for the damage done and the deception on the employer's part. I hope no one else goes through what I did having this person as my lawyer.
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