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Twenty-Three Loeb & Loeb Attorneys Named in the 2010 "Southern California Super Lawyers" Magazine

LOS ANGELES – Loeb & Loeb attorneys were named in the 2010 Southern California Super Lawyers 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), Karl Block (Business/Corporate, Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights, Securities & Corporate Finance), 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), Paul Frimmer (Estate Planning & Probate), Andrew Garb (Trust & Estate Litigation, Estate Planning & Probate), David Grace (Intellectual Property Litigation, Intellectual Property, Entertainment & Sports), Channing Johnson (Securities & Corporate Finance, Business/Corporate, Mergers & Acquisitions), 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 10 Southern California Super Lawyers, who 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