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Community News – June 2016

1As part of its ongoing Diversity Initiative, Selman Breitman is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its joining the Orange County Coalition for Diversity in the Law (“OCCDL”), a collaborative effort of professionals from leading Orange County law firms and other community partners committed to achieving cultural diversity in recruiting and retaining law students and attorneys in Orange County.
The members come from some of the leading firms in Orange County, and across California. The OCCDL delves deeply into the O.C. community. There is a wide range of groups that the OCCDL collaborates with, and to whom assistance is provided. Some of the groups include Project SELF (placing local high school students in paid summer internships); UC Irvine School of Law Pre-Law Outreach (helping disadvantaged college students with the law school application process); and Public Law Center (provider of pro bono services for low-income residents).

2TLD Law, also known as Tredway Lumsdaine & Doyle LLP, has officially launched a new corporate identity. The new brand direction stems from TLD Law’s evolution to a nextgeneration concierge law firm.
“Since 1961, T-L-D has served more than 30,000 clients across Southern California, so it’s natural that this name change reflect our rich history and brand identity,” said Daniel R. Gold, managing partner of TLD Law. “TLD Law was founded to set clients up for success through any life stage, and our client journeys will continue at the same high service level our firm has provided for more than five decades.”
In addition to the new company marquee, TLD Law also unveiled a corporate identity video, logo, and mobilefriendly website. The firm also is debuting TLD Law PLUS, a legal concierge program that provides businesses of all sizes with timely legal services, across multiple disciplines. For a fixed quarterly rate, companies will have access to the firm’s trusted legal partners and associates for advice on a variety of legal concerns that may arise during a typical business day. For complex projects, TLD Law PLUS members can create tailored programs to fit their business needs, at preferred rates.

3Recently Newmeyer & Dillion LLP teamed up with developer clients Lennar Corporation, The New Home Company and Toll Brothers, to deliver more than 26,000 diapers to Angel Stadium of Anaheim as part of the annual Builders For Babies Diaper Drive for HomeAid Orange County. To emphasize developer support, Newmeyer & Dillion attorneys Laura Watkins Ives, Ryan Manning, and Bahaar Cadambi made the delivery to the drop-off at Angel Stadium in a dump truck donated and driven by Alberto Pianelli, owner of F&B Rentals. The truck, filled to the brim with diapers and wipes, was enthusiastically received by HomeAid staff.
This is the fourth consecutive year that Newmeyer & Dillion has participated in this diaper drive. “HomeAid Essentials’ Donation Drive is an annual effort in partnership with the Children and Families Commission of Orange County to collect basic essential items for homeless families,” said Newmeyer & Dillion partner Ives, who heads the drive every year. “To join our clients and the builder community in helping the people in our community receive such a basic need is incredibly rewarding.”

4Managing Partner Craig Simon of Berger Kahn and Larry Arnold of Cummins & White will speak to a group of public adjusters on “Fostering Communication and Cooperation Between the Public Adjuster and the Carrier,” June 17th at 10am at the NAPIA Annual Meeting. Offering a total of seven continuing education (CE) credits for public adjusters, the 3½ day event takes place at the Montage Laguna Beach from June 15-18, 2016.
For more than 60 years, National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters members throughout the United States have joined together for the purpose of education, certification, marketing opportunities, legal and legislative representation, scholarship and research, and promotion of the public adjusting profession.

5Snell & Wilmer is pleased to announce that partners Susan Grueneberg and Elizabeth Weldon have been named as 2016 Legal Eagles by Franchise Times. Grueneberg is a partner in the firm’s Los Angeles and Orange County offices. She is certified as a Franchise & Distribution Law Specialist by the California Board of Legal Specialization. Grueneberg focuses on advising clients on franchise and distribution law, including regulatory compliance. Her practice emphasizes both domestic and international franchising and licensing, as well as area development arrangements and sub-franchises. In addition to her twelfth consecutive appearance on the Legal Eagle list, she was also selected for inclusion in Southern California Super Lawyers— Franchise/ Dealership (2006-2016), the Best Lawyers in America®, Franchise Law (2006-2016), Who’s Who Legal, Franchise (2004-2016) and also Chambers USA, Franchising, Nationwide (2007-2015).
Weldon is a partner in the firm’s Los Angeles and Orange County offices. She concentrates her practice on business litigation, franchise litigation and intellectual property litigation. This is Weldon’s sixth consecutive appearance on the Legal Eagle list. She was also selected for inclusion in the Southern California Super Lawyers—Rising Stars Edition for Franchise/Dealership/Business Litigation (2007-2015) and the Best Lawyers in America®, Franchise Law (2016).

6Greenberg Traurig’s Craig Glorioso was recently recognized as a 2016-2017 Komen Orange County Pink Tie Guy at the Susan G. Komen Orange County 10th Annual Pink Tie Ball. A Pink Tie Guy title is given to men who promote breast cancer awareness in the business world and the community.The pink-tie affair united nearly 600 Susan G. Komen Orange County supporters at AV Irvine and included a host of special elements. Glorioso joins a list of 70 other men chosen as Pink Guy Ties over the past decade.
The 2016-2017 Pink Ties also included Reginald Gilyard, dean, Chapman University’s Argyros School of Business; Douglas S. Ingram, CEO, Chase Pharmaceuticals Corporation; Lupillo Ramirez, MBA, hispanic product/private label and differentiation director, Northgate Markets; Mark Rutherford, senior vice president, human resources, First American Financial Corporation; Philippe Schaison, EVP and president, Allergan Medical; and Joe Stein, consultant, Simply Innovative.
“For more than a decade, our Pink Tie Guys have leveraged their strong community ties to help us engage more community leaders, raise more funds in support of the Komen mission and bring breast health awareness to their employees,” said Lisa Wolter, executive director of Komen Orange County.


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