Weintraub Names David Diepenbrock and Mark Ellinghouse New Practice Group Leaders

Weintraub Tobin is pleased to announce two new practice group leaders. David A. Diepenbrock will now serve as the practice group leader for Litigation and Mark E. Ellinghouse will serve as practice group leader for Real Estate.

“We are fortunate to have Mark and David in these positions,” said Managing Shareholder Gary Bradus. “Weintraub’s practice group leaders serve a vital role in the growth and management of our practices, and just as importantly, facilitate communication within their practices and with our executive board.”

Mark Ellinghouse is a Shareholder at Weintraub and provides counsel to his clients regarding sophisticated real estate transactions, including acquisitions and dispositions of real property, leases, joint ventures, title matters, easements, CC&Rs, and real estate development. His community involvement includes his service on the executive committee of the Urban Land Institute and Chair of the American Cancer Society Capital Invitational Partnership Council. Mark is a member of the 2016 class of Leadership Sacramento and a 2020 Sacramento Business Journal “40 Under 40” honoree. His recognitions include Sacramento Magazine’s Top Lawyers, Best of the Bar, Best Lawyers “Ones to Watch,” Super Lawyers, and Rising Stars.

David A. Diepenbrock is a Shareholder at Weintraub and represents clients in a wide spectrum of complex business disputes. He has litigated cases for clients in a variety of thriving industry sectors, including agribusiness, energy, transportation, healthcare, manufacturing, mining, and real estate. David’s expertise and effectiveness have been repeatedly recognized by his clients and peers, as reflected by his inclusion among the Best Lawyers in America, Northern California Super Lawyers, Best of the Bar, and Sacramento Magazine’s Top Lawyers. David’s extensive community involvement includes serving as Board President of the Los Rios Colleges Foundation and General Counsel to the Sacramento Metro Chamber. He is also a Senior Fellow of the American Leadership Forum, Mountain Valley Chapter.