Partner Richard Lee gave his annual talk in Professor Bill Wood’s Civil Procedure class at Southwestern Law School on April 25. Addressing the practical realities of practicing litigation in California, he provided an overview of the different phases of litigation: pretrial (i.e., pleadings, law & motions, discovery), trial/arbitration, and post-trial (i.e., appellate practice and post-judgment enforcement… read more
Salisian Lee Associate Natalie Rastegari helped to organize last week’s successful Iranian American Bar Association Annual Gala last week (3/16) and spoke at the event, which attracted Iranian American members of the California bar from throughout Southern California. A good time was had by all. A link to a portion of her speech can be… read more
Salisian Lee partner Richard Lee dedicated this past Saturday afternoon (3/18) to helping the next generation of attorneys map out their careers. He was a featured speaker on a career services panel at Southwestern Law School and spent the time guiding the assembled group through the various considerations involved in crafting a successful legal career, including offering… read more
Both founding partners of our firm, Richard Lee and Neal Salisian, have once again made the Super Lawyers list for Southern California 2016. They are joined by associate Jay Lichter in his second year as a Super Lawyer Rising Star. Congratulations all around!
In an article published to the Daily Journal on Friday, Partner Richard Lee and Associate Han Pai follow up Richard’s KTLA appearance with a full article summarizing some of the most offbeat laws that will go into effect in California on January 1, 2017. These include denim becoming the state fabric, government buildings only… read more
Partner Neal Salisian provides his thoughts on why attorneys opt to ignore pre-litigation demand letters filed against banks in a discussion with American Banker reporter Andy Peters. He believes that some bankers are afraid of personal liability. As quoted in the article: “It’s a scary situation for a lender or their counsel. You don’t want to fall into… read more
Salisian Lee LLP Partner Richard Lee joined the KTLA Morning news team today to introduce an overview of some of the most offbeat laws that take effect in California come January 1, 2017. With all the very serious and important laws coming our way, it was an opportunity to find some levity – with denim… read more
Salisian | Lee LLP Partner Richard Lee and Associate Yujin Chun were special guests on the “Privacy Piracy” show this week, which airs on 88.FM KUCI and streams online. They discussed the business and privacy implications of popular augmented reality games like Pokemon Go. Here is a link to the full broadcast that aired on Monday:… read more
Partner Richard Lee and Associate Yujin Chun had the Daily Journal publish their article on Pokemon Go and, specifically, the impact and legal options for businesses impacted by the game. The full article – which appeared in the 8/24 issue under the title “Pokemon Go To The Courts” – can be accessed by subscribers here.
Salisian Lee LLP’s USC Law School alumni are honored to have met the school’s annual Law Firm Challenge two years running. In both 2015 and 2016, we achieved 100% participation for our alumni attorneys and their donations to the school, a distinction shared with only a handful of other firms. This year, of the 467… read more