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A graduate of UCLA (Economics B.A., summa cum laude, phi beta kappa) and UCLA School of Law (moot court honors), David spent 4 years at a downtown L.A. firm and 4 more at a labor law boutique before co-founding his own employment law firm in 1990. He has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts throughout California and the Western States and has handled...
Brian’s legal experience reflects the diversity of his clients, who have included Fortune 500 companies, local businesses, corporate officers and directors, shareholders, partners and joint venturers, investors, real estate developers, brokers, landlords, tenants, franchisors, employers, and employees. Brian has represented clients in complex litigation involving business, real estate, labor and employment, trade secrets, trademark and trade dress, contract, fraud, corporate governance, fiduciary duty, negligence, unfair competition, RICO, lending, investing, shareholder and...
David’s diverse white collar background includes years of public service in the Justice Department and as a state prosecutor. David served...
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