Gary A. Dordick

Gary A. Dordick is a trial attorney in Beverly Hills specializing in plaintiff jury trials and has over 125 trials in his career. He is an Emeritus member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA) Board of Governors. He won CAALA’s Trial Lawyer of the Year in 2001. He has been nominated for CAALA’s Trial Lawyer of the Year an unprecedented eleven times. He is CAOC’s (Consumer Attorneys of California) 2009 Trial Attorney of the Year. He was announced one of the Daily Journal’s Top 100 Lawyers in California in 2017, as well as one of the Daily Journal’s Top 30 Plaintiff Lawyers in California for 2016, 2018 and 2019. Mr. Dordick was named Jury Verdicts Trial Lawyer of the Year. In 2016, he was awarded the Loyola Law School Champion of Justice Award for his career achievements representing Plaintiffs. In 2015, he received the “Civil Advocate Award” from the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel (ASCDC). In 2003, Mr. Dordick received the University of West Los Angeles’s highest honor – The Bernard Jefferson Award. Mr. Dordick frequently lectures trial practice, ethics and civility in the courtroom. Some of his recent lectures include: CAALA Teaching PTA, CAOC National Webinar, Brain Injury Association, Loyola Law School, Western Trial Lawyers Association, Law-Di-Gras, ASCDC Annual Seminar, CAALA and CAOC annual conference. He has held the record for the highest jury verdicts in numerous courthouses, including a record breaking $125 million dollar jury verdict in Ventura County in 2016.

Arash Homampour

Arash Homampour is a trial attorney that represents individuals in catastrophic injury/wrongful death, employment and insurance bad faith matters throughout the State. He was named one of the top 30 Plaintiff attorneys in 2016, 2018 and 2019 in the State by the Los Angeles Daily Journal. He was named CAALA’s 2010 trial attorney of the year and has been nominated as trial attorney of the year every year since 2004. In 2017, he was named the Ventura County Trial Lawyer’s Association as Trial Attorney of the Year. In 2018, he was named the Orange County Trial Lawyer’s Association as it’s product liability Trial Attorney of the Year. In 2007, he was named one of the Top 20 Attorneys Under the Age of 40 by the Los Angeles Daily Journal. From 2005 through the present, he has earned the distinction of being a “Super Lawyer”, with the additional recognition since 2010 as one of the top 100 Southern California Attorneys. He was the recipient of CAALA’ 2018 Ted Horn Memorial Award, presented to lawyer who has provided outstanding service to the Association and the legal community. He also handles appellate work, including successfully briefing and arguing before the California Supreme Court. He also appears as a legal analyst on television.

Keith Bremer

Keith G. Bremer has been identified by the well-recognized Los Angeles Daily Journal as one of California’s Top 100 Attorneys. He is a top 50 attorney in Orange County and has also been named as one of America’s top 100 Attorneys. He is a member of the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), he is an AV rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell, and voted Super Lawyer on multiple occasions. Mr. Bremer was invited to be, and is, a member of Litigation Counsel of America. He is the senior partner of Bremer, Whyte, Brown and O’Meara LLP, a 120 plus member law firm with nine full service offices throughout the Western US.

Mr. Bremer has experience in all aspects of civil and cyber litigation and has had the privilege of representing individuals in wrongful death actions, individuals who have suffered catastrophic injuries, auto manufacturers, auto dealerships, contractors, celebrities from television, movies and major sports franchises and business owners in trial.

Mr. Bremer received and recovered a verdict of over $4 million which was affirmed by way of a published opinion out of the 4th Appellate Court of Appeals.He was lead counsel in a Northern California Qui Tam case that he resolved for $184 million (U.S. ex rel. Strom v. Scios and Johnson & Johnson). He also has a published opinion addressing the internet and right to privacy out of the 4th Appellate Court of Appeals. He is a two-time recipient of the Farmers Gladiator Trial Award and a member of the Southern California Defense Counsel and the Orange County Bar Association. Mr. Bremer is a regularly featured speaker at seminars throughout the United States

Humberto Guizar

Humberto also known to his friends and colleagues as Burt overcame a very rough juvenile gang background to become an attorney. He has been a lawyer for 32 years. He is a principal partner in the law firm of Guizar, Henderson &Carrazco, with offices in Montebello & Tustin, CA. He specializes in civil rights litigation with an emphasis of police shooting death cases. He also represents injured consumers in catastrophic personal injury cases.

In December of 2015 Humberto was elected as a board member for the Southern California, Board for the American Civil Liberties Union, (ACLU) where he served for 3 years. Humberto previously served as an elected Executive Board Trustee of the Mexican American Bar Association. He served on the MABA board for 12 years.

Humberto has successfully litigated significant and challenging civil rights cases resulting in repeated multiple 7 Figure settlements and verdicts for his clients. In 2012 Humberto was nominated for CAALA Trial lawyer of the year for a 3.2 million verdict against the LAPD. In 2014 Humberto resolved 4 significant civil rights cases by verdict or by settlement, in each of these cases he obtained multiple 7 figure amounts for his clients.

In 2000 Humberto was profiled in the Daily Journal for his role in obtaining one of the first 7 figure verdicts against CRASH officers from the L.A.P.D. The front-page story was entitled from “Gang member to Attorney”. Humberto was also the lead counsel in the U.S. Supreme Court case Ceballos v. Garcetti., establishing broader rights for public employees in the United States. On April 26, 2003 he was honored by the La Raza Alumni Association at California State University, Northridge with a lifetime achievement award.

Humberto is also the only known attorney anywhere that provides expert court testimony in the Southern California criminal courts as a “gang expert”. Humberto does this work pro-bono or when appointed by one of the courts.

Humberto Guizar is one of the founders of Brothers of Justice, a Consumer Attorneys Motorcycle Club. Established in 2014. Humberto is the Vice President of the Club.


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Carney Shegerian

Since launching Shegerian & Associates over a decade ago, Carney Shegerian has developed a reputation as “The People’s Attorney” — fighting passionately for the rights of his employee clients, and compassionately explaining the process as each client navigates through his or her case. As an experienced trial attorney, Mr. Shegerian has tried numerous jury trials to verdict in both state and federal court, always representing individuals that have suffered financial or emotional losses and have been wronged by employers, including major corporations. Winner of the 2013 Trial Lawyer of the Year Award as a result of trying a number of significant cases, Mr. Shegerian was also nominated, and a finalist, for the award in 2006, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Mr. Shegerian is also included in the Daily Journal’s Top Labor and Employment Lawyers list of the top 75 attorneys. His record of success for his clients – whether via substantial settlements or in a trial jury scenario, is unparalleled. He has made it his life’s mission to help those who have been wronged in the workplace. Mr. Shegerian has won over 80 jury trials, including over 40 seven figure verdicts as a plaintiff’s attorney.

Ashley Laiken

Ashley Laiken

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Aaron Broussard

I’ve been lucky. I’ve had the opportunity to learn from some of the best lawyers in the country. I was blessed with great partners that I still learn from every day. My dad- a real country trial lawyer– taught me to fight and my mom taught me to care. My wife and kids have taught me more than anyone. I’ve tried just over 30 cases in ten years and had more than 20 articles published. I have won cases I should have lost and lost cases I should have won. With the help of courageous clients and juries, I was lucky enough to get a few good verdicts and even change the law in Louisiana once or twice. Most of the success and the ideas I’ve had were the results of being inspired by those who are clearly better than me and I will never forget that.

Beth Bloom

Beth Bloom has dedicated her career to restoring justice for employees. She is the principal attorney and managing shareholder of Bloom Law PLLC in Seattle, Washington.

Beth has had a successful career to date including several multimillion-dollar jury verdicts for employees fired because of discrimination and retaliation. Most recently, she secured a $6.5 million jury verdict in an all-video Zoom jury trial (believed to be one of the first in the nation) on behalf of a disabled employee. Her practice focuses on trial advocacy representing individuals in employment discrimination, sexual harassment, whistleblower retaliation, and breach of contract cases.

Beth has received many honors for her work, including being named perennially as a “Washington Super Lawyer” in plaintiff’s employment litigation and is among the Top 50 Women Lawyers in Washington. She regularly teaches trial advocacy and employment law at legal seminars. She is also honored to be invited onto the trial teams of other employment lawyers seeking exceptional results for their clients at trial.

Beth received her law degree from New York University School of Law. She is a former federal district court law clerk.

Brian Kabateck

Brian S. Kabateck is a prominent and respected Los Angeles consumer attorney who is the founding and managing partner of Kabateck LLP. His practice focuses on fighting for personal injury victims and suing insurance companies for bad faith. 

Brian’s vigorous litigation on behalf of consumers has netted more than a billion dollars in recoveries. He has won many multi-million-dollar verdicts, judgments, and settlements. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Mr. Kabateck is leading the effort to help struggling restaurant owners across the state file class-action lawsuits against local and state agencies in an effort to recoup operational fees. He’s currently fighting for consumers as the class counsel representing ratepayers suing the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power for a disastrous overbilling scandal.

Mr. Kabateck recently secured a confidential settlement on behalf of more than a dozen families whose loved ones were killed in the crash of a Boeing 737 MAX 8 jet off the coast of Indonesia. He also negotiated a global settlement of more than $57 million for 350 mobile home park residents considered the largest settlement of its kind involving a mobile home habitability lawsuit.

During his tenure as president of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, Brian spearheaded a significant turnaround for one of the nation’s largest bar associations.  As Loyola Law School’s Chairman of the Board and a trustee of Loyola Marymount University (LMU), Brian is actively working to place new graduates in the legal field many of whom have been left without jobs post COVID-19. Brian is also a past president of the Century City Bar Association and the Consumer Attorneys of California from 2012-13.

At the State Capitol, Brian frequently works with lawmakers to write bills designed to protect California consumers. Brian frequently contributes legal insight for national, local, and legal media outlets.

Claire Plotkin

Was trained as a jury consultant by her husband/partner Harry before surpassing him in recent years.  In the past several years, she has helped trial lawyers win seven and eight-figure verdicts in employment, personal injury, product liability, sexual assault, wrongful death, and business cases.  She helps her clients become better trial lawyers by running focus groups, developing persuasive trial themes, and preparing witnesses.  She is fiercely devoted to her clients, and once picked a jury the day she went into labor with her second child.  Mrs. Plotkin prides herself on selecting winning juries in tough venues, having won large verdicts in courtrooms in Ventura, Van Nuys, Riverside, and Orange County.

Courtney Rowley

Courtney Rowley is a mom, wife, published author, world traveler and successful trial lawyer. She splits her time between Ojai, California, and Decorah, Iowa with her husband and children. She is incredibly passionate about personal injury law and focuses her practice on serving people who have suffered permanent or serious injuries. She is an accomplished trial lawyer with extensive courtroom experience representing victims of serious injuries, wrongful death, traumatic brain injuries, spinal injuries, and medical malpractice.

Courtney enjoys traveling and lecturing nationally, speaking to other lawyers about trial work, and finding human connections in the trial. Courtney and one of her closest friends, Theresa, co-founded and co-wrote Trial By Woman to create a community of professional women who can help support and encourage one another. They are making an impact in the lives of women all over, finding new ways to connect, brainstorm, and lift each other up.

When she isn’t preparing a case or in court, she enjoys reading, writing, and traveling the globe in addition to being an activist for positive contributions.

Deborah Chang

Deborah S. Chang is an attorney with the firm of Panish Shea & Boyle LLP.  She was on the trial teams that obtained a recent $160,500,000 verdict for a brain injury in Las Vegas, as well as some of the largest and record wrongful death and personal injury verdicts and settlements in numerous jurisdictions throughout California.  She is one of the recipients of the 2019 California Lawyer Attorneys of the Year (CLAY) Award for her work in a pivotal case that resulted in a ruling by the California Supreme Court that universities have a duty to protect its students from known dangers, which has also been listed by the Daily Journal as the Top Appellate Reversal of 2018.  Deborah has recently been selected as one of the 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers by Lawdragon 2019, and by the National Law Journal/ALM as one of the 2018 Elite Trial Lawyers in the inaugural Elite Women of the Plaintiffs’ Bar category.  She was also included in The American Lawyer’s 2018 Titans of the Industry.  She has been named in various years by the Daily Journal as one of the Top 100 Lawyers in California, one of the Top Plaintiff Lawyers in California, and as one of the Top Women Lawyers in California.   She is the recipient of the 2014 Consumer Attorneys of California (“CAOC”) Consumer Attorney of the Year Award, and was a finalist for the award in 2012, 2016, and 2017.   She is also the recipient of the CAOC Women’s Caucus 2017 Consumer Advocate of the Year Award for her outstanding commitment to furthering the education and careers of women trial lawyers.  Deborah is a member of the Los Angeles chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (“ABOTA”), where she serves on the Executive Committee and is a National Board Member.  She is also on the Executive Committee (1st Vice President) of the CAOC, and serves as the Chair of the Legislative Committee.  She is listed in Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers for Southern California, and is a Fellow with the Litigation Counsel of America and is an American Fellow of the International Society of Barristers. 

Dylan Dordick

Dylan attended the University of California, Hastings School of Law in San Francisco where he was a distinguished member of the school’s trial advocacy competition team. As a member of the team, Dylan won the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association’s annual mock trial competition and placed second in Golden Gate University’s annual competition, in addition, to being awarded the best oral advocate in his Moot Court class.

Dylan was also the president of the Homeless Legal Services organization where he volunteered to provide free legal services to the residents of the largest homeless shelter in Northern California. For his efforts, Dylan earned the Outstanding Achievement in Pro Bono, a distinction awarded to students who completed over 150 hours of pro bono work. Dylan was also presented with the Wiley W. Manuel Certificate for Pro Bono Services by the State Bar of California.

After graduating Cum Laude from the University of California, Hastings School of Law, he joined a prominent personal injury firm where he tried several cases to verdict, including co-trying a disputed liability spine injury case that resulted in a four million four hundred thousand dollar verdict ($4,400,000.00) which was the 14th largest car accident verdict in California in 2018. When the opportunity arose, Dylan took the next step in his career and joined his family’s law practice. He was distinguished in both 2020 and 2021 as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine, a distinction only given to the top 2.5% of lawyers in California with less than ten years of practice.

In his free time, Dylan enjoys spending time with his wife, whom he met in law school, and their Dachshund Kiwi. He was a professional brewer prior to becoming a lawyer and enjoys going to breweries and distilleries around the country. He is an avid Los Angeles Kings fan, loves watching MotoGP motorcycle racing, and enjoys collecting vintage Hawaiian T-Shirts and playing board games like Chess, Monopoly, and Settlers of Catan with his friends and family.

Ese Omofoma

Ese Omofoma is a solo practitioner and the founder of The Omofoma Law Firm, where he focuses on spine, orthopedic and traumatic brain injury cases. He loves trial and has worked tirelessly to help his clients obtain over 6 million dollars in verdicts and settlements. In 2018, he had the largest failure to inform jury verdict in California, in a case against the County of Los Angeles.

Ese is also the proud recipient of CAALA’s 2019 “Rising Star” Award. He has appeared on Super Lawyers Rising Stars list since 2017 and has been recognized by the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40.  Ese is active in the legal community and serves on the board of the Consumer Attorneys of California and the Santa Monica and Beverly Hills Bar Associations. He also volunteers regularly with the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charities. 

Gene Sullivan

Gene Sullivan is a trial lawyer with a reputation as a fierce litigator, obtaining multiple million and multi-million dollar results for his clients. Mr. Sullivan specializes in catastrophic injury cases and death cases. Most of his cases are referred from other lawyers who bring in Sullivan & Sullivan to obtain optimal results, often being brought in last minute before trial. Mr. Sullivan and his brother John Sullivan, have been practicing law in the South Bay for over 20 years. The brothers are the founding partners of Sullivan & Sullivan.

Originally from Iowa, Mr. Sullivan has brought his tireless Midwestern work ethic and values to the practice in the South Bay, where he has loved being a part of the community for over 20 years. His family has always had a love for the law and fighting for the underdog, with 5 siblings being lawyers, along with 2 uncles and a grandparent.

Mr. Sullivan is a member of the America Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Consumer Attorneys of California, Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles, Orange County Trial Lawyers Association, American Association of Justice, Los Angeles County Bar Association, among others. Mr. Sullivan was nominated for 2020 CAALA Trial Lawyer of The Year.  Mr. Sullivan gives back to his community by donating his time and his firm’s time to numerous charities, including the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Charity, where he is an Honorary Board Member. He is an avid animal lover.

Gina Zapanta-Alder

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Glenn Barger

Glenn T. Barger is one of California’s most well-regarded litigation attorneys, including serving as lead counsel at multiple long cause, complex trials and has handled countless bodily injury, professional liability and construction matters which were ultimately settled throughout California when he was a practicing attorney. Mr. Barger was admitted to the State Bar of California, the United States District Court, and the California Supreme Court in 1991. He then began as an associate and ultimately became a Partner at Chapman Glucksman Dean Roeb & Barger, one of California’s premier full-service law firms. He is now serving full time as a mediator at ADR Services, Inc. throughout California. Throughout his accomplished career, Mr. Barger has handled numerous high-value, multi-party litigation matters worth upwards of seven and eight figures, including mass tort matters and class actions. He has experience with both state and federal court matters, including bankruptcy issues, and related procedural issues. Mr. Barger has extensive experience with bodily injury matters, including products liability, automobile/premises, transportation, sexual abuse, TBI claims and wrongful death actions; business and commercial litigation; construction, including contract disputes, delay claims, defects and Special Master assignments; commercial and residential real estate, including failure to disclose claims, standard C.A.R. forms and leasing agreements; employment; environmental and mass torts; landlord/tenant and habitability issues; and professional liability, including legal and medical malpractice. He is also well-versed in governmental and public entity issues, including immunities and inverse condemnation, subrogation, insurance and indemnity issues, including risk transfer issues related to all of the legal matters he mediates. Mr. Barger is an active member of the community and is involved in several legal and professional organizations in Los Angeles. He is a past President of the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel and served on the LACBA Litigation Executive Committee. Mr. Barger is also an avid proponent of promoting civility and ethics in the courtroom and is highly respected by attorneys on both sides of the bar. He helped create the CAALA/ASCDC/LA-ABOTA Annual Joint Litigation Conference and worked with leaders of the Los Angeles Superior Court, CAALA and ABOTA to develop and implement the current successful Mandatory Settlement Conference program in the Personal Injury courts. Mr. Barger has extensive trial, arbitration, and mediation experience, which he draws upon to assist parties in designing pragmatic and creative resolutions. He is consistently ranked in Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America, has received various prestigious designations and has the distinction of achieving the highest rating of “AV-Preeminent” by the prominent national lawyer rating organization Martindale-Hubbell.

Harry Plotkin

HARRY PLOTKIN is a nationally-renowned jury consultant and leading voice in the field of juror decision-making, psychology, and persuasion.  He has helped shape the outcome of over a thousand civil trials across the country by selecting juries and shaping the way his clients present their case to the jury.

Mr. Plotkin now works exclusively for plaintiffs in injury and employment cases and is in the process of writing his first book for Trial Guides.  In the past 6 six years alone, he has selected the jury in 24 different eight-figure verdicts, which include trials involving claims of product defect, defamation, auto negligence, failure to prevent child abuse, medical malpractice, wrongful death, wrongful termination, trip-and-fall, dangerous condition of public property, wrongful arrest, insurance bad faith, spilled coffee, motorcycle injury, pedestrian injury, and traumatic brain injury, among many others.

As a loyal partner of CAALA trial lawyers, he has worked with 20 recipients of CAALA’s trial lawyer of the year award and has selected the jury in a trial that resulted in at least one member winning or being a finalist nominee for the award every year since 2014.

James Brady

Jim Brady has three decades of deep experience in helping injured plaintiffs realize a secure future with professional needs-based financial planning.

After serving in US Army Aviation, Jim spent his early carrier rising to senior management with property-casualty companies while earning his law degree.

Upon leaving the Excess Insurance business, he joined one of the pioneer companies in the structured settlement business, rising to Senior Vice President and serving on the Board of Directors of Ringler Associates.

Jim founded TPC Pacific Inc as a financial and structured settlement consulting company in 2014. As a boutique company, it specialized in complex litigated injury settlements. Jim has structured settlements in a variety of tort and injury cases that span product liability, medical negligence, railroads, and commercial construction. His unique talent as both a producer and manager has generated over $1.1 Billion in premium written.

He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and History from California State University at Fullerton and a Juris Doctor degree from American College of Law. He holds a CSSC (Certified Structured Settlement Consultant) from the University of Notre Dame. As a recipient of the Army Commendation Medal, he also volunteers with the Veterans First program in Orange County. Jim and his wife spend time between Newport Beach and Scottsdale, AZ homes. He enjoys golf and instructing high-performance driving.

Jamie Berenson

Jamie Berenson is a Partner at Glauber Berenson Vego, where she specializes in Workers’ Compensation law. Practicing since 1992, Jamie is an experienced litigator who is well known for her never-say-die fighting spirit on behalf of hardworking people who need help navigating a byzantine and ever-changing area of the law, simply so they can get back to work after suffering an employment-related injury.

Jamie’s entire career has been in service to being a voice for the underdog, pursuing justice for people who desperately need a champion. In what is most certainly a David and Goliath paradigm, she shows up every day to guarantee that her clients are as aggressively represented as the insurance companies are by their attorneys. Jamie represents clients in cases both catastrophic and ordinary; to her, each case is unique and equally deserving of an outcome that is fair, equitable and, quite simply, right. To this end, she pursues every legal channel to make sure her clients get the treatment and benefits they deserve under the law, recover quickly, and then get back work.

Jamie serves on the board of directors of the California Applicants’ Attorneys Association, an organization focused on education and advocacy to protect injured workers across the state, and is a frequent speaker about Workers’ Compensation reforms at regional conferences and seminars. She serves as the co-chair of CAAA’s Women’s Caucus, which is committed to providing support, mentorship and advocacy for both women practitioners in Workers’ Compensation and the rights of injured women workers who have experienced unfair treatment in the workplace. In addition, she is an advocate for legislative change and has actively lobbied lawmakers in Sacramento as a member of CAAA’s board of directors.

Among many recognitions over her career, Jamie was nominated as a Super Lawyer in 2006 and 2008 – 2020, and was also the inaugural recipient of CAAA’s Harold Wax Lifetime Achievement Award which is given to Southern California attorneys who have surpassed the highest professional and ethical standards and made meaningful contributions to CAAA’s efforts.

Jayme Simpson

Jayme Simpson is the managing partner of Simpson Law Group based out of San Diego, CA.  As a personal injury trial lawyer Jayme focuses on spine, orthopedic and traumatic brain injury cases.  Jayme handles all aspects of litigating cases, but loves trials the most.  Jayme’s most recent trial result during COVID was $7.3 million for a brain injury caused by a rear end collision at a stoplight with minimal visual property damage.

Jayme is the current Chair of the CAOC NLD Board and has been on the board for the past 6 years. She has co-authored multiple articles for consumer attorney organizations in California including “Medical Imaging: A Primer for Attorneys” and “The Best Defense is a Good Defense: Pre-empting Common Defense Attacks on Neuropsychological Exam Results”.  Most recently, Jayme was one of the contributing authors for the 2020 Book “How to Open and Manage A Law Firm, Section Creating a Budget and Intake Process” published by California Lawyers Association. 

Jayme was recognized as the inaugural recipient of CASD’s “Rising Star” Award in 2019.  That same year she graduated from the Trial Lawyers College in Wyoming.   Her name has appeared on Super Lawyers Rising Stars list every year from 2014 to 2021.

Jayme has been described by her colleagues as “passionate, good work ethic, cares about her clients, works well under pressure, team player, fights like hell, tireless”, “a go-getter from day 1”, “she has a grasp and approach that’s beyond her years of experience”, “she’s deeply committed to her clients”, and “she values this community of trial lawyers that we’re part of, she values what she does, and she’s going to have a great impact on the law and on the work we all do.”

And in case anyone is wondering, yes, Jayme is the daughter of trial star Sean Simpson whom she thanks for being one of her most influential mentors.

Jennifer Johnson

Jennifer R. Johnson has dedicated her life to helping others. She was raised in North Dakota and South
Dakota. The daughter of a pastor, Jennifer’s firm focuses on the representation of individuals injured
due to the negligence of others.
Jennifer earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Music Education from Evangel
College in Springfield, Missouri. She then attended nursing school at Mesa Community College in
Arizona after which she became a Registered Nurse.
Thereafter, Jennifer attended law school at the University of Arizona College of Law in Tucson,
Arizona. During law school, Jennifer worked as a nurse in intensive care units. After law school,
Jennifer relocated to California where she has practiced law ever since.
Jennifer spent the first eight years of her career representing doctors and hospitals in medical
malpractice cases. She then joined a Plaintiffs’ firm where she worked on both medical malpractice and
mass tort cases. Jennifer is AV Preeminent rated by Martindale Hubbell. In 2020, the Orange County
Trial Lawyers Association presented Jennifer with their Top Gun Award for an eight-figure settlement
she obtained and in 2020, she was recognized as the OCTLA Member of the Year award for her work
mentoring law students.

Joseph H. Low, IV

Mr. Joseph H. Low IV is a trial attorney originally from Portsmouth, VA. Mr. Low, joined the United States Marine Corps in 1984 where he served for 8 years. After getting out of the Marines, Mr. Low went on to earn his Bachelor and Masters of Science Degree in Bio-Physical Chemistry from the University of California where he won a research grant for his work designing drugs to treat cancer. He continued his education when he attended McGeorge School of Law and Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College-where he is a Senior Instructor.

Mr. Low’s trials include Civil, Criminal, State, Federal and Military Courts-Martials that have been conducted all over the world including Iraq, Germany, Japan and Kuwait. He has been noted for his work representing serviceman, (Army Rangers, Navy Seals, Marines) accused of combat crimes.  When not in the court room or teaching, Mr. Low enjoys bicycle racing and spending time with his family and black labs.

Minh Nguyen

Minh T. Nguyen is a trial lawyer for people. He is the principal lawyer at Nguyen Lawyers, A Law Corporation. He specializes in representing people with personal injuries. He handles all sorts of accidents, including car crashes, slip-and-falls, defective products, dog bites, and dangerous conditions of public property cases. He serves on the Executive Committee of the Consumer Attorney Association of Los Angeles and will be its President in 2023.

Minh began his legal career at Jeffrey S. Pop & Associates, a boutique personal injury law firm. He represents catastrophically injured clients in personal injury lawsuits. In 2002, right out of law school working as a certified law student, he took on an orphaned case–a case that had been rejected by three different law firms and could not find a home–from start to finish. Minh represented a five-year old boy who was injured in an intersection car accident. The driver of the boy’s car was uninsured, unlicensed, on anti-depressant medication, and had made a left turn in front of oncoming traffic. Despite the foregoing, he sued the city of Modesto and proved that the intersection was dangerous. He recovered over $3.5 million for the boy and his family. Since then, he has gone on to recover over nine figures in settlements and verdicts for his clients. He has been recognized by his peers as a Rising Star in 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2012, and a Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers Magazine every year from 2014 to the present.

Minh is a Past President of the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charities, a nonprofit that raises money from lawyers and gives back to the community. Through his leadership, LATLC has given back over $3 million to the community through programs such scholarships to high school seniors, sponsorships of youth sports, and the building of special tricycles for people with disabilities in the past two years. LATLC focuses on issues related to education, children, survivors of abuse, persons with disabilities, and homelessness.

Minh serves on the Board of Directors of LINC Housing, a nonprofit which develops affordable homes for low wage earners, veterans, and people with disabilities. He also serves as a Board Member of the YMCA of Greater Long Beach.

Minh is devoted to mentoring and teaching young lawyers. He is a Founding Board of Directors Member of Brain Society of California. He is on faculty of CAALA’s Plaintiff Trial Academy and Brain Injury Association of California and regularly speaks at educational seminars including the TBI Med Legal Conference and CAALA Vegas.

In 2012, he opened his own law firm with offices in Beverly Hills and Long Beach. He believes in justice for every man, woman, and child regardless of age, race, gender or sexual orientation.