Panelist Anna Ludwig shared typography and graphic design tips for responding to RFPs at “Keep Calm & Respond On,” on Tuesday, September 23rd, with fellow panelists Pam Bertieri of Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan LLP, Laci Roth of Kuchler Polk Schell Weiner & Richeson LLC, Jamie Autin of Rivero Mestre LLP and Jennifer Collins of Goldfarb
Panelist Susan Kumagai spoke about case law in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in United States v. Windsor and recent developments in same-sex marriage laws during “What Employers Should Know about the Demise of DOMA and the Recognition of Same-Sex Marriages for Employee Benefits Purposes,” on Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 with fellow
Susan Kumagai featured in “Living the Dream,” Northern California Super Lawyers, 2013 Source : Northern California Super Lawyers 2013
Lafayette & Kumagai LLP is the 2011 recipient of the Minority-Owned Law Firm Client Service Award. The California Minority Counsel Program (CMCP) presents this award each year to the CMCP minority-owned law firm that has best demonstrated outstanding client service. The California Minority Counsel Program seeks to promote and sustain diversity and inclusion in California’s
Daily Journal interviews Gary Lafayette and Susan Kumagai for “Humble Beginnings,” an article profiling Lafayette & Kumagai LLP: It may not have been a lot of money, but for Gary T. Lafayette and Susan T. Kumagai, the $125 check was a sign of something good to come. The check was the first for San Francisco-based
Gary Lafayette is featured as a “Leading Law Firm Rainmaker” in Diversity & The Bar magazine: For Diversity & The Bar’s fourth rainmaker feature, sixteen partners share their formula for success… As in previous years, these rainmakers were selected from a pool of nominees suggested by leading firms from across the country. Each attorney maintains
Susan Kumagai authors article regarding the firm’s incredible summary judgment motion success rate for the NAMWOLF newsletter.
Lafayette & Kumagai featured in GC California magazine column “Diversity in a Dire Economy.”
The Recorder features Lafayette & Kumagai in article on reaching out to summer associates.
WASHINGTON — Coming soon to the Supreme Court: a rare appearance by a black lawyer. More than a year has passed since a black lawyer in private practice stood at the lectern in the elegant courtroom and spoke the traditional opening line, “Mr. Chief Justice and may it please the court.” Drew Days III, solicitor