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December 2013 Class Notes
Marshall Berol ’60 was interviewed for The Gold Report article
“Gissen and Berol’s Gold Stock Tricks and Treats,” about his optimistic
analysis of the gold market.
Judge Daniel Foley ’69 was interviewed in the Hawai’I Bar Journal,
for his role in promoting same-sex marriage and its future in Hawaii.
Kevin McKenney ’73 was featured in “Tactical Alert” in the Daily
Journal, for his encounters with stressful situations that prepared him for
Ronald I. Toff ’73, a Superior Court judge for Santa Clara County,
was featured in the Daily Journal article “Following a Dream,”
discussing his early interest in law and his manner in presiding over cases.
Larry J. Goodman ’74 was featured in “Casual Consistency” in the Daily
Journal, where he was noted for his personal approach as a judge.
Gary Nalder ’79 was featured in the Daily Journal article
“Speaking Up,” noting his unique approach in handing cases as a judge
Barbara Isola ’84, assistant district attorney for Plymouth
County, was re-elected to her seat on the Quincy School Committee in Quincy,
Bette B. Epstein ’86 contributed the section “The Use of Mediation
in Addressing Estate Planning Issues and Resolving Trust and Estate
Administration Disputes” in the 2014 edition of Best Practices for
Structuring Trusts and Estates, stressing the importance of preparing all
facts before mediation to make the best decisions.
Gregory D. Thomas ’87, an arbitrator with the Financial Industry
Regulatory Authority, joined Feldmann-Nagel’s Vail/Avon office.
Gini Graham Scott ’90 was featured in an article on PR Web about her
books and recently release movie, “The Suicide Party.”
Amer Moorhead ’93 was appointed senior vice president at software company SAP,
where he will oversee legal support of the company’s European, Asian, and South
Craig M. Peters ’96 was elected to the American Board of Trial Lawyers. He has
practiced personal injury plaintiffs' litigation since 2009 and joined The Veen
Firm in San Francisco in 2011.
Timothy G. Scanlon ’97, a partner at Klein, DeNatale, Goldner, Cooper,
Rosenlieb and Kimball, LLP, received a Martindale-Hubbell AV Rating. His
practice focuses on business and commercial litigation, construction
litigation, surety and fidelity litigation, and business counseling.
Jenny Tsai ’99 was featured on KTVU news after having success
with a recent deportation case.
Bill Carlson ’02 joined the Stockton law firm of Herum Crabtree as an associate attorney, focusing on civil and business litigation.
Mit Winter ’05 has been promoted as a shareholder at the
national law firm Polsinelli.
Loren Schwartz ’06 recently joined Dunn & Panagotacos LLP as
Phillip Babich ’09 scored a victory for clients Coast Dairies &
Land Co. and The Trust for Public Land in the Save Our Agricultural Land v.
the County of Santa Cruz case.
David Raynor ’09 recently founded Accelerate Legal, Inc., a San
Francisco law firm providing strategic legal advice to startups, entrepreneurs,
and emerging companies.
Brandon A. Clouse ’10 was recently hired for the California law firm
Newmeyer & Dillion
Thomas Bone ’12 co-authored a lead article for the Energy
Law Journal entitled “State Jurisdiction over Distributed Generators.”
Robert E. Carey ’48, November 2013
Michael Joseph Dooney
’72, October 2013
Doug Holloway ’77, October 2013