March 2 2007
Weintraub Ups Ante to $100,000 for Associate Pay
Sacramento Business Journal
March 2, 2007
By Kathy Robertson, Staff Writer
Managing Shareholder Gary Bradus is quoted in the article that "the firm is not hiking billing rates or billable hours associates are expected to work." He also noted that this salary increase and the benefits of work/life balance will assist the firm in recruting the "best and brightest"
February 26 2007
Download: DeAngelis Kent and West Shareholder Press Release.pdf
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SACRAMENTO, Calif., February 26, 2007 – The Sacramento based law firm of Weintraub Genshlea Chediak, a business law and business litigation firm, announces that Mike De Angelis, Shawn M. Kent and Lizbeth V. West have been elected shareholders to the firm.
“We are proud to announce the election of Mike, Shawn and Lizbeth to shareholder status,” said Managing Partner Gary Bradus.
February 22 2007
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JEFF PIETSCH JOINS WEINTRAUB GENSHLEA CHEDIAK
SACRAMENTO, Calif., February 22, 2007 – The Sacramento law firm of Weintraub Genshlea Chediak, a business law and business litigation firm announces that Jeffrey Pietsch has joined the firm as an associate attorney.
Jeffrey is an associate in the firm’s Business, Securities and Commercial Transactions and Intellectual Property practice groups. His practice focuses on representing public and private companies with complex business and securities matters.
February 12 2007
For Immediate Release
Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Announces New Managing Shareholder Gary Bradus
Sacramento, Calif. – Feb. 12, 2007— The Sacramento law firm Weintraub Genshlea Chediak, a business law and business litigation firm, is proud to announce that Gary Bradus has been elected as managing partner. Mr. Bradus will succeed Ken Sylva, who served as managing partner since 2000 and whose loyal service played a key role in the development of the firm.
December 8 2004
EBay Negative on Negativland IPod
By Katie Dean
December 8, 2004
Shareholder Scott Hervey was quoted in a recent Wired Magazine article concerning Ebay’s removal of a modified U2 iPod from its auction site after Apple Computer complained of copyright violations.
In this article, "Ebay Negative on Negativland iPod," Hervey noted that he did not see a reason to remove the listing as "he was just reselling the box that the goods came in."
April 24 2000