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William (Bill) comes to Kronick with 13 years of education experience representing public school districts, county offices of education and community college districts in all areas of education law, including labor and employment, student matters, and governance. His extensive background includes special expertise in charter school law, including Proposition 39 charter school facilities request negotiations, proposal preparation and dispute resolution. Bill also advises and assists clients in all stages of school construction and other business/facilities matters, and related litigation.
Kronick is pleased to announce that Catherine Nystrom has joined the firm's Labor and Employment group. Catherine works out of the firm's Sacramento office and provides legal research and advice and counsel on behalf of public and private employers in a variety of employment law areas and assists in all aspects of litigation, including discovery, researching and drafting motions and preparing for and appearing in court.
Kronick is pleased to have Mark Ellinghouse join the firm. An associate with a blended litigation and business services background, Mark represents private entities in business, real estate and construction litigation disputes. He also helps represent the firm's lending institutions in matters involving debt collection and lender liability disputes.
Michael comes to Kronick with more than 35 years of public education and employment law experience representing clients in litigation and administrative proceedings, as well as providing general advice and counsel to school boards and school districts on a wide range of legal and policy matters. His experience includes working in the Legal Divison of the California Department of Education for 25 years, 7 years with the Agricultural Labor Relations Board, and 3 years in private practice.
Kronick Moskovitz is pleased to announce that Jennifer A. Scott has joined the firm’s public agency and litigation practice as an attorney in its Sacramento office.
"We are proud to announce the advancement of Amara Harrell, Mona Ebrahimi, Kristianne Seargeant and Hanspeter Walter to Principal Attorney. All four are truly outstanding practitioners who have demonstrated superior legal ability over the course of their careers, " said Managing Shareholder Bruce Scheidt. "Their many accomplishments and contributions to the firm are highly regarded by their peers and a testament to their hard work and dedication. We look forward to working alongside them for many years to come."
KMTG is pleased to announce that Maggie W. Stern has joined the firm’s Public Agency Practice Group. Maggie will work out of the firm’s Sacramento headquarters and provide litigation support and general municipal law advice and counsel to the firm’s municipal clients, as well as special districts throughout the State.
Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard, one of Sacramento’s oldest and largest law firms, has hired a new Chief Operating Officer.
John Boyd, an attorney and business management expert, has been hired by the firm to fill the vacancy left by the departure of the firm’s previous COO over one year ago. Boyd joined Kronick on September 1.
Sixteen KMTG Attorneys Selected for the 2012 Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists
Kronick Moskovitz is pleased to announce that 15 attorneys from our Sacramento office and one attorney from our Walnut Creek office have been selected for inclusion in the 2012 Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists. This year's list of attorneys continues to reflect Kronick's depth and expertise in labor and employment law, litigation, environmental law, public agency law and energy and natural resources law.
An hour-long interview with Dorothy Landsberg, former Chair of the KMTG Board, has been added to the oral history holdings of the Richard M. Nixon Presidential Library.
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