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Community News – June 2017

ELIE GENDLOFF, PHDElie Gendloff, PhD, has joined Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP as Of Counsel in the firm’s Intellectual Property practice group. He is a patent attorney whose practice focuses on life sciences. Practicing out of the firm’s Irvine and Los Angeles offices, he is licensed in California, New York, Missouri and Wisconsin. He is also registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Gendloff has extensive experience preparing and prosecuting patent applications in a variety of areas including biotechnology, clinical diagnostics, pharmaceuticals, biologics, molecular biology, medical devices, immunochemistry, stem cells, tissue engineering, immunology, virology, oncology, neuroscience, genetics, infectious disease, agricultural biotechnology, green technology and consumer goods. He also has substantial experience evaluating inventions for patentability.
His background also includes work as a research scientist with experience in biochemistry, genetics, and molecular biology of mycotoxin biosynthesis, regulation and degradation; molecular and quantitative genetic analysis; and immunochemical detection of haptens including monoclonal antibody technology.

ERIC TRAUTEric Traut is currently chairing the College of Trial Advocacy, a service he has been proud to provide the legal community since 1998 that teaches lawyers the fundamentals of Civil Trial Advocacy, giving hands-on training in an actual courtroom setting. The panels include Hon. James L. Crandall, Hon. James J. Di Cesare, Hon. Terri Flynn- Peister, Hon. Martha K. Gooding and many more esteemed individuals from the Bench and Bar.

WYLIE AITKENAitken Aitken Cohn founding partner Wylie Aitken was given three prominent awards recently: inductions into the Lawdragon Hall of Fame, the 2016 Orange County Business Journal’s OC500 and the 2016 Irish Legal 100.
The Lawdragon’s Hall of Fame honorees range from plaintiff lawyers who have changed the lives of badly injured individuals to powerful corporate governance experts. To date, there are only 50 attorneys that have been named to the national list; Aitken is one of them, joining the ranks of world changing attorneys and judges such as Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O’ Connor and the late Antonin Scalia.
The OC500 is the Orange County Business Journal’s annual list of the 500 most influential people in Orange County. Aitken was chosen for his enormous influence in the community based on his multiple verdicts in the tens of millions of dollars and for his philanthropic support of local organizations.
This is also the eighth consecutive year that Wylie has been named to the Irish Legal 100 list. The Irish Legal 100 honors the most accomplished and distinguished lawyers, judges, educators and politicians of Irish descent from around the country who share a passion for the law and pride in their heritage.

SHERMAN SPITZDAVID EZRAFor their excellence in the practice of law and their Martindale AV listing, two Berger Kahn Shareholders, Sherman Spitz and David Ezra, are included in ALM’s “Top Rated Lawyers,” an honor reserved for only the top 5% of the Bar. The American Lawyer and Corporate Counsel will be publishing a list celebrating their award and Berger Kahn congratulates our attorneys on their honor.

JENNIFER KELLERJennifer Keller, a nationally prominent attorney at Keller/ Anderle LLP in Irvine, has been named to the 2017 “Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers in America.” The list is said to be “the most elite distinction in the profession, covering the best of the best in all practice areas.”
According to the American Bar Association, there are over 1.3 million licensed attorneys in the nation, so recognition as one of the top 500 confers a rare honor. Keller has been named annually to the list since 2012.
Keller has tried over 150 cases to jury verdict, ranging from complex civil matters—including business and intellectual property cases—to white collar to murder. Ms. Keller is listed annually in “The Best Lawyers in America®” and is among the Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers in America. She appears routinely in the Los Angeles Daily Journal as one of California’s Top 100 Lawyers. Ms. Keller is a fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, an invitation-only organization limited to the top one-half of one percent of the nation’s attorneys. She is also the former President of the Orange County Bar Association and serves as a Trustee of Chapman University.

TRACY BRILESBriles Law Group is expanding in Irvine with the recent opening of a larger office as well as launching a new San Jose location. “Our new location is centrally located in Orange County and allows easy access to the local Workers Compensation Appeals Boards,” said Tracy Briles, managing partner of Briles Law Group.
Briles Law Group opened its San Jose office, located at 1922 The Alameda, Suite 103, due to increased client volume and the fact that nearly half of Briles’ clients reside in Northern California. The San Jose office mainly covers cases concerning workers’ compensation, employment law and personal injury. The office is managed by Andrew Lee, who served as Of Counsel for Briles Law Group for a year. The Irvine office is managed by the firm’s founding attorney, Briles.
Briles received her Juris Doctor from Western State University College of Law in Irvine. She has over two decades of legal experience, and focuses her practice on workers’ compensation, bankruptcy, Social Security, immigration and personal injury. Briles, a former federal probation and parole officer, is not only a lawyer, but a real estate broker.


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