Rimon Law Adds Complex Business Litigator, Brian Hafter, to its San Francisco Office

News Rimon Law Adds Complex Business Litigator, Brian Hafter, to its San Francisco Office Brian Hafter · December 8, 2015

Mr. Hafter’s work includes handling a broad spectrum of complex litigation matters such as employment, intellectual property, securities and real estate disputes. He has represented some of the most well-known financial institutions and Wall Street brokerage firms, e-commerce and technology companies, entrepreneurs, and real estate developers, among other businesses.

Mr. Hafter joins Rimon from LeClair Ryan, where he worked as a Partner.

Rimon Law, which has 15 offices internationally, has twice been recognized by the Financial Times as one of North America’s most innovative law firms. Rimon’s Managing Partners were both named “Legal Rebels” by the American Bar Association’s ABA Journal. Rimon has also been cited by U.S. News and World Report’s Best Law Firms for five straight years. Rimon also offers full service teams of highly-experienced attorneys handling litigation, corporate, intellectual property, tax and private client work.

Mr. Hafter joins Rimon as the firm has been expanding its litigation team. Rimon has recently added two other prominent litigators to its Northern California offices, Jill Penwarden and Phillip Wang.

“Brian is a great addition to our firm. He is regularly sought out for challenging litigation matters, and the breadth and depth of his experience will prove to be a valuable commodity for our clients. As we continue to expand our litigation capabilities, we expect that Brian will play a big role in our future success,” said Michael Moradzadeh, Rimon Law’s CEO.

“Rimon has become a prime destination for litigators who are looking to take advantage of the firm’s interdisciplinary approach to the practice of law, and who want to gain the value of working with a team of like-minded experienced attorneys,” said Mr. Hafter.

Mr. Hafter received his J.D. from the American University, Washington College of Law and his B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley.