Dominique has nearly ten years of experience in connection to estate planning, tax law, trust administration and probate matters. Over the years, Ms. Tauzin built a multi-faceted and full-service trust and estates practice in which she advises individuals, couples and family-owned and small business owners on legal issues ranging from simple trust-based estate plans to more analytical estate and tax planning. She also has extensive experience with trust administrations, including disputes involving fiduciaries, beneficiaries and charitable organizations, and court probates.
Wolf, Rifkin, Shapiro, Schulman & Rabkin, LLP promotes Los Angeles based attorneys: Kelly Weil, Johnny White, Daniel Wiesel and Matthew Wolf to partner.
Ms. Weil has over 24 years of experience in representing homeowner associations. In addition to her Juris Doctoris, she possesses a Master's Degree in Real Estate Development from University of Southern California. Her clients range from two units to 18,000 units, and include all types of multi-family housing, high rise luxury developments, planned unit developments (attached and stand-alone), condominiums and cooperatives.
Mr. White is an experienced business and commercial litigator with a practice primarily focusing on bankruptcy, insolvency and debtor-creditor cases. He has extensive experience in both state and federal court across a variety of substantive areas, and has represented clients at both trial and appellate level in both California and New York. Mr. White is also a qualified barrister in the Republic of Ireland.
Wolf, Rifkin, Shapiro, Schulman & Rabkin, LLP is pleased to announce that Jordan Butler has been promoted to partner in the firm's litigation department.
Mr. Butler is based in the firm's Las Vegas office.
"Jordan has made significant contributions to the firm, from his achievements as a litigator in the areas of employment law, class actions, commercial litigation and community association law, to his unique understanding of sports immigration law from the perspective of being a former Division I college tennis athlete. We are proud to welcome him to the partnership," said Managing Partner, Michael Wolf. "We look forward to his continued success at the firm."
Heidy has over 16 years of experience in both entertainment and intellectual property matters. Her strength lies in providing clients strategic advice to help protect and monetize their intellectual property. Her unique ability to bridge the gap between the entertainment and tech industries has allowed her to represent cutting edge start-ups that use branded content at the core of their product.
Heidy's connection to the tech industry goes beyond legal representation. She is also involved as a board member of various tech non-profits and as an advocate for women in the industry. She explained that she's eager to help female entrepreneurs and founders who are often an underrepresented minority in the tech industry.
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