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Carlson Calladine & Peterson LLP

353 Sacramento Street 16Th Floor

San Francisco, California 94111

United States

Company Description

Since February 1, 2000, Carlson, Calladine & Peterson LLP has been providing trial expertise in complex civil litigation. Several of CCP's founding attorneys have practiced together for more than 30 years. Their vision and leadership brought together addi ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Partner

Chapman Popik & White LLP

Affiliations

Member
State Bar of California

Member
International Law Journal

Education

J.D.

Fordham University School of Law

bachelor of arts

Spanish Literature

Barnard College

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Prior to joining Carlson, Calladine & Peterson LLP, Carol Quackenbos was a partner at Chapman, Popik & White, LLP, where she specialized in legal research and analysis for trials and appeals for over 15 years in all the firm's practice areas. She has extensive experience in the areas of complex commercial litigation, civil rights, insurance, and professional liability. Ms. Quackenbos helped prepare successful appellate briefs in the three landmark insurance coverage/bad faith cases arising out of Hurricane Katrina, resulting in rulings by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upholding the client-insurer's water damage exclusion in Louisiana and Mississippi and reversing a $1 million punitive damages award against the client. She was also extensively involved in pre- and post-trial motion practice before the federal district courts in Hurricane Katrina cases. In some of her other experience she:
Obtained a declaratory judgment that her client insurer had no duty to defend or indemnify breach of contract actions against homeowners' associations under its D&O coverage. Prepared a successful post-trial motion on behalf of a civil rights plaintiff to reinstate the jury's award of punitive damages against a police officer for use of excessive force. Prepared pre-and post-trial motions in a successful action for trade secret misappropriation against the client-insurer's former employees arising out of theft of confidential policyholder information.
Previously, Ms. Quackenbos was a litigator with a major New York law firm where she handled a complex civil and white-collar criminal practice in federal and state courts at the trial and appellate level.


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Prior to joining Carlson, Calladine & Peterson LLP, Carol Quackenbos was a partner at Chapman, Popik & White, LLP, where she specialized in legal research and analysis for trials and appeals for over 15 years in all the firm's practice areas. She has extensive experience in the areas of complex commercial litigation, civil rights, insurance, and professional liability. Ms. Quackenbos helped prepare successful appellate briefs in the three landmark insurance coverage/bad faith cases arising out of Hurricane Katrina, resulting in rulings by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upholding the client-insurer's water damage exclusion in Louisiana and Mississippi and reversing a $1 million punitive damages award against the client. She was also extensively involved in pre- and post-trial motion practice before the federal district courts in Hurricane Katrina cases. In some of her other experience she:
Obtained a declaratory judgment that her client insurer had no duty to defend or indemnify breach of contract actions against homeowners' associations under its D&O coverage. Prepared a successful post-trial motion on behalf of a civil rights plaintiff to reinstate the jury's award of punitive damages against a police officer for use of excessive force. Prepared pre-and post-trial motions in a successful action for trade secret misappropriation against the client-insurer's former employees arising out of theft of confidential policyholder information.
Previously, Ms. Quackenbos was a litigator with a major New York law firm where she handled a complex civil and white-collar criminal practice in federal and state courts at the trial and appellate level.


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Prior to joining Carlson, Calladine & Peterson, Carol Quackenbos was a partner at Chapman, Popik & White, LLP, where she specialized in legal research and analysis for trials and appeals for over 15 years in all the firm's practice areas. She has extensive experience in the areas of complex commercial litigation, civil rights, insurance, and professional liability. Ms. Quackenbos helped prepare successful appellate briefs in the three landmark insurance coverage/bad faith cases arising out of Hurricane Katrina, resulting in rulings by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upholding the client-insurer's water damage exclusion in Louisiana and Mississippi and reversing a $1 million punitive damages award against the client. She was also extensively involved in pre- and post-trial motion practice before the federal district courts in Hurricane Katrina cases. In some of her other experience she: Obtained a declaratory judgment that her client insurer had no duty to defend or indemnify breach of contract actions against homeowners' associations under its D&O coverage. Prepared a successful post-trial motion on behalf of a civil rights plaintiff to reinstate the jury's award of punitive damages against a police officer for use of excessive force. Prepared pre-and post-trial motions in a successful action for trade secret misappropriation against the client-insurer's former employees arising out of theft of confidential policyholder information.

Previously, Ms. Quackenbos was a litigator with a major New York law firm where she handled a complex civil and white-collar criminal practice in federal and state courts at the trial and appellate level. She also taught lawyering skills at Fordham University School of Law. After graduating from law school, she was a law clerk for the Honorable Inzer B. Wyatt in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
She is a member of the State Bar of California.


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Carol D. Quackenbos Partner
PRACTICE AREAS Business Litigation, Civil Rights & Public Interest, Professional Liability
Carol Quackenbos is a partner who joined Chapman, Popik & White in 1996. She specializes in legal research and analysis for trials and appeals in all the firm's practice areas. This includes researching and preparing motions for summary judgment and summary adjudication, motions in limine, jury instructions, trial briefs, post-trial motions, and appellate briefs and motions. Ms. Quackenbos recently helped prepare successful appellate briefs in the three landmark insurance coverage/bad faith cases arising out of Hurricane Katrina, resulting in rulings by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upholding the client-insurer's water damage exclusion in Louisiana and Mississippi and reversing a $1 million punitive damages award against the client. She was also extensively involved in pre- and post-trial motion practice before the federal district courts in Hurricane Katrina cases.
Prior to joining CPW, Ms. Quackenbos was a litigator with a major New York law firm where she handled a complex civil and criminal practice in federal and state courts at the trial and appellate level. She also taught lawyering skills at Fordham University School of Law.
During her career, Ms. Quackenbos has done substantial work for nonprofit organizations, and has volunteered her time to the SSI for Children with Disabilities Project and the Volunteer Legal Services Program.
Ms. Quackenbos received her bachelor of arts in Spanish Literature, cum laude, from Barnard College, Columbia University, in 1979. She obtained her J.D. from Fordham University School of Law in 1984, where she was a moot court finalist and a member of the International Law Journal.
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