ANNOUNCEMENTS

NOVEMBER, 2016 – Mariposa County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiffs on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel prevails in a real estate trial for quiet title to real property. The case was successfully prosecuted resulting in a judgment for adverse possession.

OCTOBER, 2016 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiff on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a mechanic’s lien trial. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in a judgment decreeing release of mechanic’s lien and the recovery of attorney’s fees and costs.

AUGUST, 2016 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiff on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a real estate trial. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in a judgment and writ of possession.

MAY, 2016 – Mariposa County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, represented the plaintiff on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel in a real estate transaction trial. Plaintiff was successful and obtained a judgment for specific performance and a purchaser’s lien.

MAY, 2016 – Mariposa County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, represented the respondent on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel in a conservatorship trial. The case was successfully defended, resulting in a stipulated judgment that the respondent acted in good faith, which included recovery of a portion of the defense attorney’s fees and costs.

APRIL, 2016 – Mariposa County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiff on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevailed in a real estate trial. Plaintiff was successful and obtained a stipulated judgment and the issuance of a writ of possession.

FEBRUARY, 2016 – Nanette M. Beaumont, on behalf of LSI presents a seminar entitled, “Legal Research and Writing Strategies Applicable to Law and Motion.”

JULY, 2015 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiffs on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a real estate trial. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in the recovery of damages, attorney’s fees and costs, and the issuance of a Writ of Possession.

MARCH, 2015 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the cross-complainant on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a corporate litigation trial. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in a judgment, and the recovery of damages and attorney’s fees and costs.

AUGUST, 2014 – Orange County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the defendant in a construction fee/cost appeal prevails at trial. The case was successfully defended, resulting in a dismissal of the case.

OCTOBER, 2013 – Mariposa County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the defendant on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a trust administration trial. The case was successfully defended, resulting in a dismissal of the case, including defense costs.

JUNE, 2013 –Nanette M. Beaumont, on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, presents an estate planning seminar in Oakhurst, California, entitled, “The Importance of a Living Trust.”

JANUARY, 2013 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiffs on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a real estate trial. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in a Judgment for the Plaintiffs.

NOVEMBER, 2012 – Fresno, California: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the defendant on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, successfully defended a general contractor in an appeal of labor code violations against it which were issued by the Department of Industrial Relations. The violations were dismissed.

NOVEMBER, 2012 – Nanette M. Beaumont, on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, presents a construction law seminar in Oakhurst, California, entitled, “Mechanic’s Lien and Stop Notice Procedural Requirements, Including Construction Law Legislative Changes.”

OCTOBER, 2012 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the defendant on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a harassment trial. The case was successfully defended, resulting in a dismissal of the case.

APRIL, 2012 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiffs on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a real estate trial. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in the recovery of damages, attorney’s fees and costs, and the issuance of a Writ of Possession.

JANUARY, 2012 – Fresno, California: Nanette M. Beaumont representing the plaintiffs on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in an arbitrated easement dispute. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in Specific Performance and the recovery of attorney’s fees and costs, which were confirmed by the Madera County Superior Court and a corresponding Judgment was entered.

NOVEMBER, 2011 – Mariposa County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiffs on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, settles a multiple plaintiff Implied Public Dedication case, resulting in a Judgment for the Plaintiffs.

OCTOBER, 2011 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiffs on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a real estate trial. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in a Judgment for the plaintiffs, including damages and the recovery of attorney’s fees and costs.

AUGUST, 2011 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiff on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a real estate trial. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in the recovery of damages and the issuance of a Writ of Possession.

DECEMBER, 2010 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiffs on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a harassment trial involving violent threats made against the plaintiffs. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in the issuance of a Restraining Order.

NOVEMBER, 2010 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiffs on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a real estate trial. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in the issuance of a Writ of Possession and the recovery of attorney’s fees and costs.

AUGUST, 2010 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the defendant on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a harassment trial involving two adjacent land owners. The case was successfully defended, resulting in the denial of a Restraining Order.

JULY, 2010 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiff on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a harassment trial involving two adjacent land owners. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in the issuance of a Restraining Order and the recovery of attorney’s fees and costs..

OCTOBER, 2009 – Sacramento, California: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the defendant, successfully defended a general contractor in an action against its contractor’s license bond. The case was dismissed and the general contractor’s license was placed in active and good standing status with the California Contractor's State License Board.

JUNE, 2009 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiff on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a real estate trial. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in the issuance of a Writ of Possession and the recovery of attorney’s fees and costs.

APRIL, 2009 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiff on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a real estate trial. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in the issuance of a Writ of Possession and the recovery of attorney’s fees and costs.

OCTOBER, 2008 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the defendant on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a harassment trial involving two adjacent land owners. The case was successfully defended, resulting in the cancellation of a Restraining Order and the recovery of attorney’s fees and costs.

MAY, 2008 – Los Angeles County Superior Court – West Judicial District: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiff on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails on a Motion for Summary Judgment in a Breach of Contract action, resulting in a $493,000 Judgment for the plaintiff.

SEPTEMBER, 2007 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiff on behalf of the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel, prevails in a real estate trial. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in the issuance of a Writ of Possession and the recovery of attorney’s fees and costs.

JANUARY, 2007 – Nanette M. Beaumont joins the Law Firm of Jamison & Chappel in Oakhurst, California.

MARCH, 2006 – Nanette M. Beaumont presents an estate planning seminar in Oakhurst, California, entitled, “The Importance of a Living Trust.”

NOVEMBER, 2005 – Madera County Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont, representing the plaintiffs, prevails in a mechanic’s lien trial involving a construction project. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in a decree of the court removing the mechanic’s lien.

SEPTEMBER, 2005 –Nanette M. Beaumont presents an estate planning seminar in Oakhurst, California, entitled, “The Importance of a Living Trust.”

JANUARY, 2005 – Court of Appeal of the State of California, Second Appellate District, Division Two: Nanette M. Beaumont and Lynn E. Hall successfully defend against the appeal of a subcontractor on a public works construction case. The case involved the appeal of a subcontractor against Ms. Beaumont’s client, the bonding company of a general contractor. The appeal stemmed from three motions brought in the Los Angeles Superior Court, West Judicial District: a Motion for Attorneys Fees and Costs brought by counsel for the subcontractor, as well as a Motion to Compel Arbitration and a Motion to Dismiss brought by Ms. Beaumont. Ms. Beaumont prevailed on each motion and the subcontractor appealed the same. The Appellate Court affirmed the rulings of the trial court and held, “A claim that an arbitrator erred in determining the prevailing party is nothing more than an attack on the ‘arbitrator’s reasoning’ or, at best, an assertion of ‘an error of law apparent on the face of the award.’ [Citation.]” (Pierotti v. Torian (2000) 81 Cal. App.4th 17, 24). Such attacks are not permissible. (Ibid.)”

JULY, 2003 – Los Angeles Superior Court: Nanette M. Beaumont and Gregory G. Brown win a three week trial in Norwalk Superior Court. The result was a six figure jury verdict, in addition to punitive damages and attorneys’ fees. Ms. Beaumont represented the plaintiff, a large paving contractor in Southern California, involving a breach of contract and conversion action against a commercial real estate lessee. The defendant had taken property from Ms. Beaumont’s clients and had extensively damaged industrial real estate owned by the plaintiff. The case was successfully prosecuted, resulting in a recovery of $300,000.00.