About McCune Harber, LLP
Firm Overview and Mission
At McCune & Harber, LLC, we believe that every one of our clients, and every one of the cases we handle, is important. Every client we have, and every case we handle, deserves and receives the full attention of all our employees. From the inception of a case to its resolution, every member of the McCune & Harber team remains completely committed to the client and case at hand.
We are a firm that encourages diversity. Our employees are multi-racial, multi-cultural, and multi-lingual. This enables us to evaluate each case from several different perspectives.
McCune & Harber actively specializes in private and public entity defense, as well as insurance defense, encompassing personal injury, discrimination and employment-related
The firm’s representation is substantially on behalf of public entities, businesses, insurance companies, their insureds, and self-insuring organizations.
- Summary Judgment Granted in Federal Court Against Plaintiff Who Claimed 10 Counts of Alleged Wrongdoing by his Employer on the Basis of Disability Summary Judgment was granted in federal court in favor of a public entity employer against a plaintiff who alleged 10 counts of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and failure to prevent such wrongdoing, on the basis of a physical disability, in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Fair Employment and Housing Act. Plaintiff also ...
- Athletic Release Upheld in High School Death Case In a case recently handled by this office in both trial and on appeal, an athletic release was upheld in a high school case involving the death of one student and personal injuries to two others. Prior to this case, there were significant questions as to the validity of such releases in an athletic ...
- District Not Liable For Student Murder At Football Game A wrongful death action was brought against the Long Beach Unified School District as a result of the murder of a high school student immediately outside a homecoming football game in the District. The young girl, an honors student and athlete, had exited the stadium and was waiting to be picked up by her ...