Kronick Moskovitz is pleased to announce the relocation of its Roseville office to 3400 Douglas Boulevard, Suite 210. The move stems from Kronick's steady growth and will enable the firm to continue to provide local service to its expanding public and private client base in Placer County.
Kronick Moskovitz, Sacramento's second-largest law firm, has hired Rick Fowler as its Chief Operating Officer. Fowler is a successful business executive with years of leadership and management experience and strong ties to the community.
Kronick Moskovitz is pleased to announce that 18 of its talented and distinguished attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2014 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, business and corporate law, local government and public agency law and education law.
Kronick is pleased to announce the addition of three experienced lawyers to its Sacramento headquarters. The additions strengthen the law firm's labor and employment, construction and business services practices.
Attorneys Rex Darrell Berry and Ilene Goldstein Block, former name partners in the well-known Sacramento firm of Berry & Block, have joined Kronick's Labor & Employment and Business Services practices, respectively, effective today.
Kronick Moskovitz is pleased to announce that Daniel McElhinney has joined the firm’s San Luis Obispo office where he will continue as an associate attorney practicing with the firm’s litigation and education groups. Dan comes to the San Luis Obispo office after transferring from the firm’s Sacramento headquarters where he worked on student issues and First Amendment rights, employee discipline and termination, and general governance issues, including the Brown Act and Public Records Act.
Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard’s Education Practice Group is pleased to be partnering with the California School Boards Association (CSBA) at the Premier Business Affiliate Level in 2014. CSBA is a nonprofit education association that represents elected officials who govern public school districts and county offices of education. It brings together school governing boards and administrators to advocate for effective policies that advance the education and well-being of the state of California’s more than 6 million school-age children.
Kronick is pleased to announce that Shareholder Mona G. Ebrahimi was appointed City Attorney for the City of Rio Vista. The City's former City Attorney, Jonathan P. Hobbs, also a Shareholder in the firm, will continue to assist the City as Special Counsel. “It is an honor to be appointed Rio Vista’s City Attorney. I look forward to working with the City and continuing to assist them with their upcoming opportunities and challenges,” says Ebrahimi.
Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard is proud to announce and congratulate the election of seven new Shareholders.
“We are pleased with the advancement of this group of talented lawyers. Each exemplifies the dedication, professionalism and commitment to excellence in serving our clients,” said Managing Shareholder Bruce Scheidt. “These are outstanding lawyers!”
Kronick is pleased to welcome three new associates to its team of distinguished lawyers. Anthony D. Bento, Daniel M. McElhinney and Sirenia Jimenez, all previous law clerks with the firm, were admitted to the California State Bar in December 2013 following their passage of the July 2013 Bar Exam.
"We are thrilled to have these talented lawyers on board and look forward to working alongside them for many years to come," said Managing Shareholder Bruce Scheidt.
Kronick is pleased to announce the successful acquisition by its client, Santa Clara Unified School District, of 54 acres of property in the heart of the Silicon Valley from the Department of General Services.
On June 2, 2014, Kronick attorney Rebecca Akroyd was honored to volunteer as an ambassador for the Dream Foundation to give a Coast Guard veteran his final wish. Through the Dream Foundation, Ms. Akroyd participated in the presentation of granting 87-year-old Sacramento resident Milton Hunter’s dream, which was a trip to Seattle to relive and share memories of visits with his late wife with their daughter in hopes that it would help bring her some peace. Milton Hunter is battling lung cancer and has received a prognosis of fewer than three months.