LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Raines Feldman LLP today announced the election of three lawyers, from multiple areas of practice, to the Firm's partnership.
The new Raines Feldman partners are:
"Elevating Eric, Laith and Bob to Partner is part of our overall plan to expand the firm's litigation and transactional practices," said Raines Feldman's co-managing partner Miles J. Feldman. "These former big firm lawyers provide our clients with extraordinary credentials and experience."
Blum's real estate practice focuses on representing real estate investors, lenders, financial institutions, developers, and property owners in purchase and sale, financing, and lease transactions. Eric received his BA from UC Berkeley, and his JD from the University of Southern California.
Mosely's business litigation practice focuses on issues surrounding intellectual property, contracts, unfair competition, defamation, white collar defense, entertainment, antitrust, mass tort, and real estate. He has taken cases to juries in federal and state courts and dispatched others through dispositive motions. Laith received his BA, magna cum laude from UC Berkeley and was a Fulbright Fellow. Laith received his JD from Georgetown University Law Center where he was a Global Law Scholar.
Shore's litigation practice runs the gamut from hardcore patent to complex business cases. He has tried more than a dozen cases in state court, federal court, and arbitration. Bob received his BS, with honors, in Mathematics from the California Institute of Technology, and his MA in Mathematics from UCLA. He received his JD from UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall). Bob is admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office
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