Left to right: Doug Masters, Alyse Pelavin, and Nicole Webb
Doug Masters (Chicago)
Doug Masters serves as the managing partner for Loeb’s Chicago office and is a partner in our Advanced Media & Technology department.
“Being a leader at Loeb means making sure we are true to our values and mission, and putting everyone in the best position to work to their potential.”
Alyse Pelavin (Los Angeles)
Alyse Pelavin is the managing partner for Loeb’s Los Angeles office and serves as co-chair of our Trusts & Estates department.
“Being a leader means helping to improve the sense of community, morale and overall success of Loeb. It also means encouraging the next generation of Loeb leaders to take an active part in the firm’s succession planning and management.”
Nicole Webb (San Francisco)
Nicole Webb is a partner in Loeb’s San Francisco office and is a member of our Trusts & Estates department.
“Being a leader at Loeb means respecting and trusting the people on my team. Giving people the space to have their own successes builds self-esteem and makes our entire team stronger. When people are confident in their abilities, they can accomplish great things.”