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Community News – May 2017

PAMELA LIOSIPamela Liosi, attorney at Traut Firm, has received the honor of being selected to receive the 2017 Angelo Palmieri Award for Civility. The award is given each year to the attorney who maintains the legal profession’s highest tradition of excellence, professionalism, ethics and civility in the practice of law by the Robert A. Banyard Inn of Court.

JAMES D. STROFFEFriedman Stroffe & Gerard, P.C., a leading transactional and litigation law firm based in Irvine, has once again been selected by the Orange County Business Journal for its annual list of the top law firms in Orange County.
The list is compiled by Orange County Business Journal staff through surveys distributed to and completed by local law firms. Over 1,000 law firms, comprising over 16,000 attorneys, operate in Orange County, so ranking in the Top 100 is prestigious. “We’re pleased to be recognized again by the Orange County Business Journal as one of the top law firms in Orange County,” says James D. Stroffe, managing partner.
“We represent a broad spectrum of domestic and foreign clients, from corporations listed on national and regional stock exchanges to family-owned businesses and individuals—and we thank all of them for their support, which has allowed FSG to achieve this recognition. At FSG, we understand that our job is to support our clients in achieving their objectives in an efficient and cost-effective manner; this award proves that our approach works.”

MARK FOSTERSnell & Wilmer is pleased to announce that Mark Foster, counsel in the firm’s Orange County office, has joined the board of directors of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Orange County, a privately funded non-profit organization that serves severely abused, neglected and abandoned children through the recruitment, training and continued support of volunteers who advocate and mentor these children, representing their best interests in the courtroom and other settings. CASA of Orange County was founded in 1985, with major support from the Junior League of Orange County, and they annually serve approximately 750 of the children who move through our court system as a direct cause of abuse and neglect.
At Snell & Wilmer, Foster concentrates his practice primarily on the representation of institutional owners, operators and developers, as well as financial institutions and investors focused on equity investments, joint venture formations, acquisitions and dispositions, leasing, real estate-related lending, and debt restructuring, workouts and reorganizations. Foster has been a member of the Facilities Committee of The Pegasus School since 2011, the Board of Directors of Obria Medical Clinics since 2004 and the Board of Directors of Andrei Olenicoff Memorial Foundation since 2005.

JASON DANIEL FELD, ESQ.Celebrating 10 successful years of practice, Managing Partner Amir M. Kahana, Esq. of Kahana & Feld P.C. (formally Kahana Law), is pleased to announce he has added as name partner Jason Daniel Feld, Esq., expanding client offerings to include insurance defense and bolstering its construction defect and real estate law practice.
Feld brings 18 years of experience, with his practice focusing on defending homebuilders, contractors and developers in Arizona, Texas and California. He primarily chooses to represent smaller, family-owned and operated clients, providing the unique opportunity to also assist with overall best practices and risk prevention. In addition, Feld serves on several prominent insurance carrier panels, allowing him to cultivate valuable relationships with the builder and contractor community. A resident of Tustin Ranch, Feld received his juris doctor cum laude from Whittier Law School and a bachelor’s degree from University of Houston.

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The American College of Trial Lawyers (the College) has presented its Griffin Bell Award for Courageous Advocacy to criminal defense attorney Judy Clarke. The award honors trial lawyers who have persevered in the pursuit of an important cause despite substantial personal danger, fear, unpopularity, opposition or other extreme difficulties. The award is the highest honor conferred on a single individual by the College. In its 53 years of existence, the award has been extended previously only 14 times. According to the award committee’s nomination, Ms. Clarke’s cause is opposition to the death penalty. Ms. Clarke has represented some of the most notorious defendants in American history. They include Dzhokher Tsarnev, one of the two Boston Marathon bombers; Jared Loughner, the gunman who severely injured Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and killed six others; Eric Rudolph, the 1996 Olympic Park Bomber who bombed an abortion clinic in Birmingham, Alabama; Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber; and Susan Smith, the mother who drowned her two sons in a lake.

WILLIAM “BILL” CAREYAnderson Reynard LLP is pleased to announce that William “Bill” Carey has joined the firm as a senior litigation attorney. The firm is committed to serving San Diego and Orange County’s Estate and Business planning needs. With the addition of Mr. Carey, the firm is expanding its ability to handle the trust and probate litigation needs of the community
Mr. Carey brings an extensive background in probate litigation experience. Bill helps families resolve conflict stemming from inheritance disputes. As blended/second families become “the new normal,” disputes over the transition of assets from one generation to the next become more and more common. Bill attended Miami University and graduated with a B.A. in English and received his law degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, Ohio.

Brian

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