Jewell Hargleroad is substantially experienced practitioner in complex federal and state litigation in contracts, construction, government,  administrative, constitutional (due process, property and speech), trusts and estates, product liability, land use and insurance law. 
Her practice specializes in appeals, injunctions, writs of mandate, cases under RICO and 42 U.S.C. Section 1983, enforcing federal statutory and constitutional law in federal and state courts, complex administrative proceedings.

      Recent History:

  • Successfully obtained order dismissing Federal Bankruptcy petition filed in bad faith to defeat State Court conditional judgment.

  • Successfully convinced Marin Superior Court on remand to correct  probate accounting order to acknowledge approximately $650,000 of credits on remand.

  • Won five consolidated appeals challenging Superior Court orders denying motions seeking over one million in attorney fees and interest on enforcement of conditional rescission judgment of real property purchase-sale agreement.

  • Representation of Community College District before Bay Area Air Quality Management District concerning application for permit to “prevent” significant deterioration of the air to construct 600 megawatt thermal power plant.

  • Successfully represented group of non-profits before the California Energy Commission defeating application to sight 115 megawatt thermal power plant adjacent to general aviation airport in densely populated urban area.

  • Reversed adverse probate order transmuting San Francisco commercial real property into personal property and refusing to address requests for statement of decision concerning transmutation and amount of disputed surcharge.

  • Won 3 out of 4 consolidated appeals successfully affirming jury verdicts as respondents and modifying judgment as cross-appellants representing sellers, builders and developers concerning purchase sale and rescission action.

  • Represented group of statewide and local non-profit organizations in administrative proceedings before Calif. Public Utilities Commission concerning purchase power agreement.

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