Two Partners Recognized In LABJ's Most Influential Minority Lawyers Supplement

Los Angeles Business Journal

David Graeler, Chair of Nossaman’s Litigation Department and Co-Chair of the Real Estate Practice Group, and Byron Gee, a Partner in the Firm’s Water  Practice Group, were recognized by the Los Angeles Business Journal (LABJ) in its Most Influential Minority Lawyers" supplement for 2018.  The supplement highlighted 50 of the L.A. region’s stellar minority attorneys that are working to keep the people and businesses of Los Angeles on the right track.  The LABJ highlighted Mr. Graeler’s work representing the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority on a number of diverse matters such as the LAX/Crenshaw Transit Corridor Project and Westside Subway Extension Project [and] the City of Los Angeles/Los Angeles World Airports on real property matters related to the Landside Access Modernization Program. Mr. Gee was praised for his work representing a broad array of clients—including Valero Energy Corporation, Trojan Battery Company, LKQ Corporation and the Castaic Lake Water Agency on a variety on environmental and civil litigation matters to recover cleanup costs and defend against Non-Government Organization citizen action suits. 

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