LOS ANGELES (March 6, 2014) – Nossaman LLP is proud to announce the elevation of four attorneys to partnership. The new partners are Katherine A. Belinski in Washington, DC, James H. Vorhis in San Francisco, Calif. and Albert R. Reyes and Benjamin Z. Rubin in Irvine, Calif. The promotions are effective immediately.
"We congratulate these exemplary attorneys on their achievements and are proud to welcome them to the partnership," said Managing Partner George Joseph. "All five attorneys are deeply versed in their respective practice areas and consistently demonstrate the highest level of client service."
Kate Belinski, a member of the firm's Public Policy group, advises corporations, non-profit organizations, advocacy groups and political action committees (PACs) on issues involving campaign finance, lobbying laws, government ethics and administrative law. Ms. Belinski earned her J.D. from George Mason University School of Law (2006) and her B.A. from American University (2001).
James Vorhis, also a member of the firm's Litigation practice, focuses his practice on business disputes involving financial services, construction and insurance coverage issues. Mr. Vorhis is experienced in all phases of litigation, including trial, conducting and defending depositions, managing complex discovery issues, and briefing and arguing major dispositive motions. He earned his J.D. from Loyola Law School (2006) and his B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley (1998).
Albert Reyes, a member of the Infrastructure, Public Finance and Water practices, serves as bond counsel, disclosure counsel and underwriters' counsel in connection with various public finance matters. Mr. Reyes' clients include cities, counties and a variety of public agencies, as well as financial institutions. He earned his J.D. from the University of Southern California School of Law (2001) and his B.A. from the University of California, Los Angeles (1997).
Benjamin Rubin, a member of the Eminent Domain and Valuation, Environment and Land Use and Litigation practices, assists clients on a variety of complex land use and eminent domain related matters generally involving federal and state permitting issues, local zoning issues and variances, environmental planning and compliance, right-to-take challenges, valuation of property interests, orders for prejudgment possession, and loss of business goodwill.. He earned his J.D. from the Chapman University School of Law, magna cum laude (2006) and his B.A. from the University of California, Santa Barbara (2003).