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Stephanie Blum Recognized as NLJ Family Law Trailblazer

April 01, 2022

Stephanie Blum has been recognized as a Family Law Trailblazer in the 2022 edition of The National Law Journal.  Stephanie joins a select group of family law attorneys breaking ground in the field and paving the way for other professionals.  You can read the press release here.

RRB’s New Associate – Yunfei (Alan) Ni

March 07, 2022

Reuben Raucher & Blum is pleased to announce that Yunfei (Alan) Ni has joined the firm as an Associate.

Yunfei (Alan) Ni Joins RRB

Daily Journal Top Family Lawyers 2022

February 18, 2022

Stephanie I. Blum is named to the Daily Journal’s 2022 list of “Top Family Lawyers“.  Read the press release here.

 

RRB’s Super Lawyers 2022

January 27, 2022

Reuben Raucher & Blum attorneys Timothy D. Reuben, Stephen L. Raucher, and Stephanie I. Blum are named as Southern California “Super Lawyers” for the 2022 edition of Southern California Super Lawyers magazine.  Read the press release here.

California Supreme Court Nixes Lower Court’s Public Hearings Loophole

December 23, 2021

Reuben Raucher & Blum prevails at the California Supreme Court in a precedent-setting decision finding in favor of Hill RHF Partners, L.P.  Stephen Raucher argued the case for petitioners, leading to a unanimous decision.  Read the press release here.

 

Leaders in Law Award Nominees

December 06, 2021

Timothy Reuben, Stephen Raucher and Stephanie Blum have been recognized as nominees for the the Los Angeles Business Journal 2021 ‘Leaders in Law Awards.’

 

Partners in Work and in Life

November 17, 2021

Living Brentwood magazine spotlights Stephanie Blum and Tim Reuben in their December 2021 edition.

December 2021 - Living Brentwood Cover

Stephen L. Raucher Argues Before California Supreme Court

October 05, 2021

On October 5, 2021, Stephen L. Raucher appeared before the Supreme Court of California on behalf of Retirement Housing Foundation in a consequential case that will determine how thoroughly a property owner must exhaust administrative remedies before challenging the constitutionality of an assessment.  Click here for a link to the oral argument.

Timothy D. Reuben in Los Angeles Lawyer

September 03, 2021

Timothy D. Reuben appears on the cover of the September 2021 issue of Los Angeles Lawyer magazine, in which his article “Dereliction of Duty” explains the outcome of a historic case.

Stephanie Blum Recognized as an Inspirational Women Award Nominee

August 31, 2021

Stephanie Blum has been recognized as a nominee by Los Angeles Times B2B Publishing for its inaugural ‘Inspirational Women Awards.’

 

The Fixers

August 16, 2021

The Los Angeles Daily Journal profiles the firm in an article called “The Fixers“.

Timothy Reuben and Stephen Raucher Named Top Litigators in Los Angeles

July 14, 2021

Timothy Reuben and Stephen Raucher have been recognized for their accomplishments as leading attorneys within the Los Angeles business community and named to the Los Angeles Business Journal‘s annual list “2021 Leaders of Influence: Litigators & Trial Lawyers.”

Southern California Record’s “City Sued by Slow-Growth Activists Awards Plaintiffs $100K in Attorney Fees” Article

June 14, 2021

Reuben Raucher & Blum Managing Principal Timothy D. Reuben is quoted in Southern California Record regarding a recent controversial decision by the Santa Monica City Council to award attorney’s fees to a watchdog group suing the City.

RRB’s Super Lawyers 2021

January 23, 2021

Reuben Raucher & Blum attorneys Timothy D. Reuben, Stephen L. Raucher, and Stephanie I. Blum are named as Southern California “Super Lawyers” for the 2021 edition of Southern California Super Lawyers magazine.

RRB Scores Victory in District Court Class Action Suit

October 28, 2020

On October 27, 2020, USDC Judge James Donato struck down a California plaintiff’s bid to represent non-Californians in a nationwide class alleging that O Organics LLC’s kombucha drinks mislead consumers about their alcohol content.  Reuben Raucher & Blum successfully defended O Organics in demonstrating the significant differences between California consumer protection laws and consumer protection laws in other states which would make a nationwide class untenable.  The decision was published in a Law360 article entitled “Nationwide Class Struck From Kombucha False Ad Suit”.