NATIONAL— Ropers Majeski, a multi-service law firm representing clients in litigation and transactions nationally and internationally, is pleased to announce the elevation of seven attorneys, including three to partner.
We congratulate all of these incredible lawyers and look forward to their continued success.
From Of Counsel to Partner –
Pascale Gagnon (Los Angeles) counsels clients in professional liability matters, including agent, broker, lawyer, accountant, and D&O liability. She also represents clients in business and commercial litigation, including claims involving contracts, unfair business practices, fraud, fiduciary duty, defamation, libel, and publicity and privacy rights.
Timothy J. Lepore (Las Vegas) represents clients in consumer protection claims, insurance bad faith and coverage matters, business disputes, and professional liability matters. He has represented policyholders in insurance coverage and bad faith actions, as well as a top five Fortune 500 client in various premises liability actions throughout Nevada.
Robert J. Paliseno (New York) focuses on New York Labor Law and premises liability cases. He represents a range of clients including municipalities, public authorities, property owners, general contractors, prime contractors, construction managers, and commercial and residential landlords.
From Associate to Of Counsel –
Briana J. Bramer (Los Angeles) represents clients in premises liability, product liability, and complex civil litigation matters including landlord-tenant, labor and employment, and professional negligence disputes.
Chantel E. Lafrades (San Francisco) represents clients in personal injury, premises liability, construction, and property litigation matters.
Douglas H. Miller (New York) focuses on construction litigation, New York Labor Law claims, property damage claims, and construction contract disputes.
Marie E. Sobieski (San Jose) is a USPTO-registered patent attorney and represents clients in corporate and technology transactions, as well as commercial litigation and intellectual property matters.