Principals In Los Angeles Law Firm, Shaub & Williams Join Irvine-Based Wilson Keadjian Browndorf, LLP

LOS ANGELES – Attorneys David R. Shaub, Leslie Williams, and Lisbeth Bosshart Merrill have joined the law firm of Wilson Keadjian Browndorf, LLP (WKB), a bicoastal, full-service white shoe firm. This move will expand the firm’s practice areas in patent litigation, intellectual property, and international business. Shaub will remain in the West Los Angeles office as WKB’s Managing Partner, and Williams and Merrill will work at the Firm’s flagship Irvine, California office. Williams will be a Corporate Transactions partner, while Merrill will head up the Firm’s Commercial Litigation Department.

David Shaub, whose primary interest lies in complex litigation and intellectual property protection, founded Shaub & Williams, LLP, in 1984. Leslie Williams, who later came onboard, specialized in European Union and transactional law, and was subsequently joined by Lisbeth Bosshart Merrill, whose practice areas include business litigation and transactions, international commercial arbitration, and intellectual property law with an emphasis on intellectual property litigation.

According to WKB Managing Partner Matthew Browndorf, the firm seeks to bring attorneys together who have extensive capabilities and a broad sphere of influence in the business communities from which they draw their clients.
“The Shaub & Williams team will add a dimension to WKB that focuses on the specialized legal areas that we are looking to expand, based upon client demand,” says Browndorf.

WKB has offices in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington DC, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada, Cologne, Germany (non-affiliate office); and London, England, with over 30 attorneys specializing in a comprehensive array of legal matters. They range from administrative law, to commercial litigation, intellectual property, information technology, real estate, structured products, and private equity.

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