Are CA’s Attorney-Fee Rules Anti-Business?
HechtSolberg’s Richard Schulman was interviewed by GlobeSt.com on October 2, 2017 to discuss California’s system for awarding attorneys’ fees after litigation. The interview focused on a recent case protecting a historic preservation group from having to pay fees after losing a lawsuit because the court endorsed the group’s political goals. Schulman addresses how this ruling negatively affects all businesses […]
What Do You Mean, ‘Judicial Independence’?
HechtSolberg attorney Richard Schulman discusses the concept of judicial independence in a commentary published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal and the San Diego Daily Transcript on September 11, 2017. In the article, Schulman debates what it is judges are independent of, and who gets to make these decisions. The article can be viewed on […]
Four HechtSolberg Attorneys Honored in Best Lawyers in America© 2018
Four lawyers with HechtSolberg have been designated among the Best Lawyers in America© for 2018 in a total of seven practice areas. The selections were made based on an exhaustive peer-review evaluation involving thousands of leading lawyers throughout the United States. “Three of the honorees, John Hecht, Paul Robinson and David Bagley have been listed […]
Industry Insider Q&A with Paul Robinson
HechtSolberg’s Paul Robinson is featured in an Industry Insider Q&A with the San Diego Daily Transcript published on August 2, 2017. The interview shines light on Robinson’s community involvement and how he helps shape the evolving San Diego landscape. The article can be viewed online through the The Daily Transcript website (subscription required) or in […]
David J. Vogel Admitted to the American College of Mortgage Attorneys as a Fellow
HechtSolberg is pleased to announce that partner David J. Vogel has been admitted to the American College of Mortgage Attorneys (ACMA) as a fellow. He is one of only three ACMA Fellows in San Diego County and 38 in the state of California. The criteria for selection includes distinguished practice in the law regarding real […]
California Loses with Politicized Attorney Fee System
HechtSolberg partner Richard Schulman offers further commentary on California’s attorney fee system in a follow-up article published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal and The Daily Transcript on May 5, 2017. The article can be viewed online through the Daily Journal or The Daily Transcript website (subscriptions required). Click here to access Schulman’s initial attorney […]
Jonathon Giebeler Named Top 40 Under 40 by The Daily Transcript
HechtSolberg is pleased to announce that partner Jonathon Giebeler, CCIM, has been named one of San Diego’s 2017 Top 40 Under 40 business professionals by The Daily Transcript. The publication selected 40 talented rising stars under 40 years of age whose work has influenced their respective industries and left a positive impression on the San […]
Attorney Fee System Harms Consumers and Society
HechtSolberg partner Richard Schulman comments on the attorney fee system in an article published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on March 10, 2017 and in The Daily Transcript on March 9, 2017. The article can be viewed online through the Daily Journal or The Daily Transcript website (subscriptions required).
Paul Robinson Reappointed to the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority Board and Elected Chair of The Lincoln Club
Paul Robinson, a senior partner at HechtSolberg, has been unanimously reappointed to the board of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority by the county Board of Supervisors. A member of the airport board since 2010, he serves as vice chair and Executive Committee member. Robinson is also chair of the Audit Committee and one […]
What’s Behind California’s Hiring Eric Holder?
In a commentary published in The Daily Transcript on January 23, 2017, HechtSolberg partner Richard Schulman highlighted case law to question the Legislature’s purpose behind hiring Eric Holder. Click here to read the full article.