The Daily Journal (subscription) has published its second annual “Top Cyber/Artificial Intelligence Lawyers” supplement, a listing that includes Lieff Cabraser partner Michael W. Sobol as one of 20 lawyers “at the forefront of Cybersecurity law in California.” [Read more…]
The Daily Journal (subscription) has published its annual listing of Top Women Lawyers in California, which includes Lieff Cabraser partners Elizabeth J. Cabraser and Kelly M. Dermody. The awards recognize leading female attorneys who are actively involved in cutting-edge work in litigation, regulation, and corporate transactions with the most influential impact across the legal field. [Read more…]
We are proud to announce that in its second annual publication focusing on the California’s plaintiff bar, legal publication the Daily Journal has selected Elizabeth J. Cabraser and Eric B. Fastiff, along with 23 other California plaintiff lawyers as “attorneys making a difference far beyond the lives of their clients…. [lawyers who] used their legal skills to forge real and lasting change.” [Read more…]
Legal publication The Daily Journal has published its annual list of Top Women Lawyers, including Lieff Cabraser partners Elizabeth J. Cabraser and Kelly M. Dermody. The publication recognizes leading female attorneys who are actively involved in cutting-edge work in litigation, regulation, and corporate transactions with the most influential impact across the legal field. [Read more…]
The Daily Journal recently named Lieff Cabraser attorney Elizabeth J. Cabraser to its list of the Top 25 Plaintiff Lawyers in California for 2015. In announcing the award, the Daily Journal editors stated, “We selected just 25 California plaintiff lawyers to honor. We could have honored more but, in our opinion, these are the ones who consistently force broad change in the law, industry and society.” Read more at www.dailyjournal.com (subscription required).
The Daily Journal has named Elizabeth J. Cabraser and Kelly M. Dermody to its list of the 2014 Leading California Women Lawyers. The editors reviewed hundreds of nominations from law firms, public agencies, nonprofits, and universities, and selected 100 litigators based on the criteria that their work has had a broad impact on the legal community and on society at large. Over 80,000 women in California are licensed to practice law.