NEW YORK, Sept. 21, 2011/PRNewswire/ -- Law360, a publisher of news and analysis for business lawyers, today announced the official opening of its Los Angeles and Chicago Bureaus. Law360 is a fast-growing digital media site that has become the U.S. law industry's leading source for specialized online content and news.
Megan Stride will join Law360 as the first member of its Chicago Bureau and Jonathan Randles and Zach Winnick will cover all developments in the Los Angeles courts as part of the new Los Angeles Bureau. This will be in addition to the previously existing bureaus in Washington, D.C. and Wilmington, Delaware.
"We are delighted to have Megan, Jonathan and Zach on board with our expansion," said Law360 Co-Founder, Magnus Hoglund. "We are always looking for qualified talent and these three individuals will make a huge impact on our ability to report major legal developments across the country."
Megan Stride first joined Law360 in August 2009 as part of the New York newsroom. She left New York to return to her native Chicago to open the bureau in that city. She will cover the federal court system in Cook County and surrounding areas.
Jonathan Randles, who joined Law360 in June 2011, was formerly a reporter for the Santa Clarita Signal where he worked as the public safety, LA County and City Hall reporter. Zach Winnick, a graduate of NYU Law School and admitted to the bar in both New York and California, joined Law360 in March 2011 with a legal eye and a journalists' passion.
Founded in 2003, Law360 (www.law360.com) is a publisher of news and data for litigators, and one of the fastest-growing media companies in the U.S. The company covers late-breaking news on high-stakes litigation across every spectrum of business law. With daily news and litigation reports in over 20 major practice areas, the news and data platform keep well over 100,000 attorneys at more than 1,400 organizations abreast of key developments from courtrooms around the country. In addition to the company's team of reporters and editors in New York City, Law360 correspondents also cover developments from courtrooms in Washington, D.C.; Wilmington, Delaware; Los Angeles, and Chicago.