When the stakes couldn't be higher, these lawyers got the call. They handled market-moving deals and industry-shaping litigation. They achieved precedent-setting outcomes and secured hard-fought wins
In marriage fight, S.F.'s lawyers threw the first punch, absorbed body blows, and never left the ring
...For Gay Crosthwait Grunfeld, 2012 was a year of fighting for the forgotten. In January the Rosen Bien Galvan & Grunfeld partner...
The Daily Report
The testimony is powerful. Forced by his parents to undergo therapy to "fix" his homosexuality, Ryan Kendall ran away from home and legally separated from his family
James Guay says efforts to rid him of homosexual attractions left him traumatized. Now the Ninth Circuit must decide if a state law banning such therapy runs afoul of the First Amendment
Daily Business Review
James Guay says efforts to rid him of homosexual attractions left him traumatized. Now the 9th Circuit must decide if a state law banning such therapy runs afoul of the First Amendment
Originally Published: The Recorder
...and primarily at the nonprofit Prison Law Office and at Rosen Bien Galvan & Grunfeld, which worked respectively on the medical and mental health care...
Newer attorneys should take the following steps to build a solid foundation for their career, suggests Gay Grunfeld of Rosen Bien
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