Minami Tamaki LLP attorneys Lisa P. Mak and Claire Y. Choo authored an article, “The Right Fit,” sharing advice on mediator selection for plaintiffs’ attorneys in the August 2020 issue of Plaintiff Magazine.
From the article introduction: “With the high costs and risks of litigation, mediation can be a good opportunity to resolve legal disputes at various stages of a case. While preparation, process, and strategy are critical for mediations, another important factor is which mediator you choose for your case. Carefully choosing a mediator who is a good fit can increase your chances of a successful mediation.”
Plaintiff Magazine is a widely read legal industry publication reaching more than 5,000 trial lawyers in Northern and Central California.
The December 2015 issue of Plaintiff Magazine features an article on the new California Fair Pay Act authored by Lisa P. Mak and Aron K. Liang in Minami Tamaki LLP’s Consumer and Employee Rights Group.
The new law, recently signed by Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown and effective January 1, 2016, places a greater burden on employers to justify pay disparity and offers new avenues of employment litigation.
Ms. Mak has many years of experience representing employees across a broad range of industries for all types of employment disputes, including claims for discrimination, harassment, retaliation, defamation, and wage and hour violations.
Mr. Liang has over ten years of experience as a class action litigator, handling a wide variety of employment, consumer protection, antitrust, and securities litigation for aggrieved employees and consumers.
Ms. Mak and Mr. Liang graduated from UC Hastings and were selected as Super Lawyers Rising Stars for 2015.
In the April 2013 issue of Plaintiff Magazine, Seth I. Rosenberg of our Personal Injury Group shares how his love of quotes can be an advantage in practicing law.
Plaintiff, an independently-owned magazine, bridges the gap between small association magazines and newsletters that reach only a limited membership and the big legal magazines that are sent to law firms of every size and specialty.