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Law firms specializing in biker cases going whole hog; Many of the attorneys are motorcycle riders themselves, giving them special empathy for their clients.
Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Subjects: Wages & salaries; Motorcycles; Law firms
Author: Williams, Carol J
Date: May 5, 2009
Start Page: A.6
Section: Main News; Part A; Metro Desk
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[...] a motorcycle's attractive gas mileage, and the appeal of the powerful machines that have become pricey status symbols for aging baby boomers, have expanded and gentrified the motorcycling public. Joey Lester, the founder's son, took the case of four members of the Top Hatters riding club who'd been thrown out of the Gilroy Garlic Festival through eight years of state and federal court challenges.

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