LOS ANGELES, CA—Haight proudly announces that Courtney Arbucci, Patrick McIntyre and Beth Obra-White were promoted to partner effective January 1, 2022.
“Making new partners is critical to the growth, longevity and success of Haight Brown & Bonesteel. New Partners like Courtney Arbucci, Patrick McIntyre and Beth Obra-White ensure Haight’s continued success, enhanced firm culture, teamwork, a sense of family and camaraderie as well as associate mentorship in order to develop fantastic attorneys who will become the next generation of leaders,” says firm-wide Managing Partner S. Christian Stouder.
Courtney Arbucci became a member of the California State Bar on December 4, 2009. Prior to joining Haight, Courtney practiced litigation defense in the areas of construction defect, toxic tort, and general liability in San Francisco. Seeking more trials, Courtney joined to the Central Trials Branch of the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office as a prosecutor. Courtney then transitioned back to private practice where she practiced government entity defense in Los Angeles and tried multiple cases in federal court for municipalities and their police departments arising out of alleged civil rights violations. She has been with Haight just shy of five years. During this time, Courtney has worked primarily in the General Liability and Transportation Law Practice Groups. In addition to her practice here at Haight, Courtney has taken an active role in associate mentorship and firm culture.
Patrick McIntyre became a member of the California State Bar on December 1, 2010. He has practiced in litigation defense throughout California in State and Federal Courts ever since. He has been with Haight since 2019 as a member of the firm’s Fire Litigation, General Liability, Product Liability and Transportation Law Practice Groups. Patrick has extensive experience working on behalf of the firm’s Immediate Response Team, providing critical early-response investigation services on catastrophic injury and fire cases while the evidence remains fresh. He devotes his full attention to cases from the moment the scene has been released until it has been completely resolved, and is always available to help clients and colleagues in any way he can.
Beth Obra-White became a member of the California State Bar on December 1, 2005. Prior to joining Haight on September 11, 2017, Beth practiced civil litigation in a variety of areas including insurance coverage & bad faith litigation, construction defect, product liability, general liability and medical malpractice defense. Beth’s primary practice areas at Haight include employment & labor, insurance coverage, construction defect and business litigation. As a native San Diegan, Beth actively serves the community through various philanthropic pursuits and leadership in legal organizations.