Ben Allen joins LGP today as an associate in the Pacific Northwest office. Ben is licensed in Washington and Oregon, and has extensive litigation experience in state and federal courts. To learn about Ben, click here
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We are proud to announce that we have 3 speakers at this year’s West Coast Casualty CD Litigation Seminar being held May 18 and 19th, 2017. Speaking on separate panels will be: Lisa Cappelluti, Holly Davies and J.D. Turner.
In local San Diego news, we are proud to acknowledge that Bruce Lorber, Joyia Greenfield and Thomas Olsen have been recognized by San Diego Magazine as prominent Construction lawyers in our San Diego community.
The firm is in final preparations for this year’s Women IN Construction being held March 30-31, 2017, spearheaded by partners Holly Davies of our Phoenix office and Wakako Uritani of our SF office. Registration is open through March 17th, 2017. http://womeninconference.com
We are pleased to recognize this year’s SuperLawyers: Bruce Lorber, Joyia Greenfield & Lisa Cappelluti.
LGP to sponsor CLM’s Fall Education & Networking Event on October 27 at the Hyatt Regency. Join us for an interesting panel discussion about recent Interesting California Insurance Cases and What They Really Mean.
Lorber Greenfield & Polito is proud to support the fight against juvenile diabetes on behalf of the San Diego Defense Lawyers at their annual golf tournament on September 9th. – Thomas F. Olsen For more information visit SDDL’s website: http://www.sddl.org/events/sddl2016golfbenefittournamentinfo.htm
Out of more than 2,900 law firms in San Diego, Lorber Greenfield & Polito has been ranked as one of the Most Recommended Law Firms for construction law by the “Our City San Diego” magazine. Click here to read more.
Rachel Nies and Elizabeth Wright, partners in our Portland office, will be helping girls learn to build this Thursday! Rachel and Elizabeth are volunteering for the day with Girls Build PDX, a non-profit dedicated to putting tools in the hands of girls so that they can explore building and fixing. For more information about Girls Build PDX, click here.