The firm is pleased to announce that Sean Andrade and Henry Gonzalez have been named 2021 “Visionaries” in the L.A. Times B2B Publishing Business of Law Magazine. The publication highlights California’s top legal practitioners who have demonstrated noteworthy successes and accomplishments over the past two years. The L.A. Times B2B Publishing team recognized Sean for his ongoing representation of the Los Angeles Unified School District and Henry for his work representing clients in commercial litigation, complex and mass torts, and white-collar criminal matters.
“Sean Andrade is an exceptionally talented and creative lawyer who is well known for his ongoing representation of the nation’s second-largest school district, the Los Angeles Unified School District, playing a critical role in leading the district through the recent chapter of numerous difficult and complex, multi-plaintiff tort matters and the high-stakes efforts to obtain insurance coverage for those same multi-million litigations,” the magazine said of Sean’s accomplishments.
“Gonzalez began his legal career focusing his practice on a wide array of commercial litigation, complex and mass torts, and white-collar criminal matters,” the magazine noted in Henry’s profile. “Gonzalez has expanded his practice to include the defense of public entities, insurance coverage, labor and employment matters, and litigating trademark, misappropriation of trade secrets, and unfair business practices disputes.”
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