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Rimon’s new Cannabis Group extensively covered by the press

news Rimon’s new Cannabis Group extensively covered by the press Justin Keller · Rimon’s new Cannabis Group extensively covered by the press Lukian Kobzeff · Rimon’s new Cannabis Group extensively covered by the press Alexandra Brown · Rimon’s new Cannabis Group extensively covered by the press Patrick Devine · August 20, 2019

Rimon’s latest arrivals to the firm, a cannabis group featuring two Partners and three associates, was covered extensively by Law360 and Law.com. “This is a perfect industry for Rimon,” CEO Michael Moradzadeh said in a statement. “Our attorneys have long been at the forefront of newly developing industries. Justin and Lukian, who have been involved in developing the cannabis legal…

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Rimon’s New Financial Services Partner, Geoffrey Perusse, Featured in The Recorder and Law360

news Rimon’s New Financial Services Partner, Geoffrey Perusse, Featured in The Recorder and Law360 Geoffrey Perusse · December 18, 2018

Rimon’s new Financial Services Partner, Geoffrey Perusse, was featured by The Recorder and Law360. Perusse was most recently the chair of VLP Law Group’s private funds and investment management practice. He has joined Rimon’s financial services team as a partner in its San Francisco and Lake Tahoe offices. Perusse said he was particularly attracted to Rimon’s “innovative organizational structure,” which he says will…

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New Rimon Partner Patrick Kuehl’s Arrival and Opening of our New Kansas Office Extensively Covered by the Press

news New Rimon Partner Patrick Kuehl’s Arrival and Opening of our New Kansas Office Extensively Covered by the Press Patrick Kuehl, Jr · August 29, 2018

Rimon’s latest arrival to the firm, Patrick Kuehl Jr., who joined as a Partner the Litigation and Intellectual Property teams and who opened Rimon’s new Kansas City office, was covered by Law360, IPPro Patents, and Intellectual Property Magazine. Mr. Kuehl joins Rimon from Husch Blackwell, where he was also a Partner. Mr. Kuehl primarily litigates intellectual property disputes in state and federal courts.  He also represents…

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Peng Chen’s move from Morrison & Foerster to Rimon Extensively Covered by the Press

news Peng Chen’s move from Morrison & Foerster to Rimon Extensively Covered by the Press Peng Chen · April 2, 2018

Dr. Peng Chen, rated best Patent Lawyer in San Diego by US News and World Report’s Best Lawyers, joined Rimon’s Litigation and Intellectual Property groups in San Diego. Dr. Chen was previously a Partner at Morrison and Foerster. The news was covered by  The Recorder, Getting the Deal Through, Intellectual Property Magazine and Global Banking and Finance Review. Dr. Chen joins Rimon…

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Rimon’s Latest Partners’ Arrivals Extensively Covered by the Press

news Rimon’s Latest Partners’ Arrivals Extensively Covered by the Press Lillian Stenfeldt · Rimon’s Latest Partners’ Arrivals Extensively Covered by the Press Roy P. Kozupsky · February 1, 2018

Rimon’s latest arrivals to the firm, Lillian Stenfeldt and Roy Kozupsky, were covered by Law360, LexisNexis, GRR, LawFuel, Global Banking & Finance Review, Massachusetts Lawyers and The Recorder. Lillian Stenfeldt joins Rimon from Sedgwick where she served as chair of the bankruptcy practice. She counsels clients throughout the country in all aspects of insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings and strategy. She represents secured creditors, hedge funds, creditors’ committees, trustees and…

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Powerhouse Litigator Matt Poppe’s Move from Orrick to Rimon Covered by The Recorder and Law360

news Powerhouse Litigator Matt Poppe’s Move from Orrick to Rimon Covered by The Recorder and Law360 Matthew Poppe · July 25, 2017

Mr. Poppe, who had a long career at Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, discussed his decision to move from a Partner position at Orrick to Rimon with Law360 and The Recorder. “[Rimon is] a terrific platform,” he said. “It’s rapidly growing, but in particular locations like San Francisco and Palo Alto it’s still a pretty small cohesive…

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