We plan to have guest posts from time to time on our blog. Our first guest post, by Richard D. Cleary and Thomas E. McCurnin, can be viewed by clicking here. Messrs. Cleary and McCurnin surmise that a recent case decided by the Court of Appeal, Donahue v. Donahue, may have far-reaching consequences for bank trustees.

As an aside, I litigated a case against Mr. McCurnin several years ago. I can truly say it was an enjoyable experience. Also, I’ve had the privilege of arguing a court of appeal case in front of Justice Richard M. Aronson, who wrote the opinion for Donahue.

I hope our blog readers will enjoy Mr. McCurnin’s and Mr. Cleary’s article entitled “New California Decision Puts Bank Trustees at Risk for Attorney Fees”.