The Top 50: Robbins Arroyo LLP Managing Partner Ranked Among Top Lawyers in 2014 Southern California Super Lawyers Magazine

Brian Robbins, George Aguilar, and Marc Umeda Named 2014 Super Lawyers

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Robbins Arroyo LLP is proud to announce the law firm’s managing partner, Brian J. Robbins, was recently named a top 50 lawyer in San Diego, and three of the firm’s lawyers, Brian J. Robbins, George C. Aguilar, and Marc M. Umeda, were named 2014 Southern California Super Lawyers for their excellence in the practice of securities litigation. This is the eighth, third, and sixth year, respectively, the lawyers have earned the Super Lawyer distinction.  They are featured on the annual list published in Southern California Super Lawyers Magazine’s February 2014 issue and Riviera San Diego’s March 2014 issue.

Brian Robbins, George Aguilar, and Marc Umeda focus their practice on helping individual and institutional investors recover money, seek accountability, and achieve other remedies when they lose money due to corporate wrongdoing or fraud. The firm has helped investors recover more than $1 billion in value for themselves and the companies in which they invest, including some of the largest monetary recoveries in the history of shareholder derivative litigation, and has secured corporate governance reforms for investors at more than 120 Fortune 1000 companies.

Dedicated to plaintiff representation in complex litigation, Robbins Arroyo LLP’s practice areas also include antitrust, consumer, employment, ERISA and whistleblower litigation.

Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, publishes this annual list to recognize the top 5% of practicing attorneys and to create a directory of outstanding attorneys that can be used as a resource for attorneys and consumers searching for legal counsel nationwide. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Selections are made on an annual, state-by-state basis and the winners are selected using a patented multiphase process which includes peer nominations, independent research, polling, and peer evaluations.

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