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Eighteen Loeb & Loeb Attorneys Named in the 2009 “Southern California Super Lawyers” Magazine

LOS ANGELES - Loeb & Loeb attorneys were named in the 2009 Southern California Super Lawyer magazine. Five percent of Southern Californian attorneys receive this honor each year.

Loeb & Loeb attorneys include Ivy Kagan Bierman (Entertainment & Sports, Employment & Labor), Leah Bishop (Estate Planning & Probate, Tax, Non-Profit), Andrew Clare (Business Litigation, Real Estate), Albert Cohen (Environmental, Land Use/Zoning, Insurance Coverage), Allan Duboff (Mergers & Acquisitions, Business/Corporate, Securities & Corporate Finance), John Frankenheimer (Entertainment & Sports, Intellectual Property, Mergers & Acquisitions), Andrew Garb (Trust & Estate Litigation, Estate Planning & Probate), David Grace (Intellectual Property Litigation, Intellectual Property, Entertainment & Sports), Lance Jurich (Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights), Tom Lawson (Tax), Jeffrey Loeb (Estate Planning & Probate), David Nelson (Trust & Estate Litigation, Appellate), Ron Pearson (Estate Planning & Probate) and Stuart Tobisman (Estate Planning & Probate, Tax, Non-Profit).

Leah Bishop was also listed among the top 50 Women Southern California Super Lawyers and among the top 100 Southern California Super Lawyers along with Andrew Garb. Both received the highest point totals in the nomination, research and blue ribbon review process by Law & Politics.

Southern California Super Lawyers is published annually in February in Los Angeles magazine, reaching more than 450,000 monthly readers; Southern California Super Lawyers magazine, delivered to more than 72,000 Southern California attorneys; the lead corporate counsel of the Russell 3000 companies and the ABA-approved law school libraries; and in a special advertising supplement to be seen by more than 193,000 readers of The New York Times (Los Angeles and Orange County distributions). For more information, visit their Web site at