News And Publications
The Schaps Law Office obtains $1.6 million settlement in car-on-pedestrian case.
Experienced litigator Rachel Vida joins The Schaps Law Office.
The Schaps Law Office obtains favorable mid-trial settlement for plaintiff in financial elder abuse case.
The Schaps Law Office successfully represents U.C. Davis undergraduate falsely accused of violating Title IX.
The Schaps Law Office and the Law Office of Stewart Katz settle wrongful death case against El Dorado County and California Pacific Medical Group for $1,050,000.
The Schaps Law Office obtains $223,000 judgment for plaintiffs in attorney fraud and malpractice case.
The Schaps Law Office obtains $250,000 settlement in truck-on-motorcycle case.
The Schaps Law Office obtains $349,999 settlement for client who suffered concussion in low-speed rear-end automobile accident.
The Schaps Law Office obtains terminating sanctions and monetary sanctions for plaintiffs in case for legal malpractice and fraud.
Michael Schaps quoted in The Contemporary Counselor: Law schools are responding to the gap in entrepreneurial education that up-and-coming lawyers need, Comstock’s Magazine, November 2015
The Schaps Law Office wins $2.1 million judgment in elder abuse case.
The Schaps Law Office obtains domestic violence restraining order after week-long bench trial.
The Schaps Law Office wins six-figure jury verdict and defeats all cross-claims after a two-week jury trial.
How Strong is San Francisco’s ‘Sanctuary City’ Lawsuit Against the Trump Administration?, with Vikram Amar, Justia Verdict, February 2017
Two Big Legal Misconceptions That Have Recently Arisen in the Presidential Race, with Vikram Amar, Justia Verdict, October 2016
How Should Courts Evaluate a Treatment Decision by a Government Doctor That Takes into Account the Patient’s Race? The Ninth Circuit Doesn’t Quite Get Things Right with Vikram Amar, Justia Verdict, March 2016
When Does Congress’s Recognition of an Injury Count to the Supreme Court?: Standing in the Spokeo v. Robins Case with Vikram Amar, Justia Verdict, November 2015
The Proposal to End Gubernatorial Appointments of Replacement Senators: Reform In This Area May Be Needed, But the Feingold Constitutional Amendment Needs More Thought with Vikram Amar, FindLaw Writ, March 2009
Vagueness as a Virtue: Why the Supreme Court Decided the Ten Commandments Cases Inexactly Right, California Law Review, July 2006