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FMG continues growth in California


Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP, a leading nationwide specialty litigation law firm, is pleased to announce the continued growth of our California team.  
Ken Coronel joins FMG as a partner in the Los Angeles office. Mr. Coronel brings more than 30 years of experience handling an array of complex matters involving directors & officers, construction and construction defect, professional liability, insurance coverage, and bad faith. Mr. Coronel’s background is augmented by his transactional experience, which includes serving as the Chief Legal Officer of a data and technology company. Read more here.
John Moot is a Senior Counsel and will practice in FMG’s San Diego office. He has handled cases for over three decades throughout Southern California, including cases involving construction and real estate, land use, breach of contract, trade secret, corporate/partnership disputes, tort, and fraud. He also represents governmental agencies and educational institutions, including one of the region’s largest school districts. Read more here
Josue Aparicio is an associate in the San Francisco office. His practice focuses on labor and employment law, including wage and hour class actions, wrongful termination, breach of contract, retaliation, and sexual harassment. Super Lawyers Magazine recently selected Mr. Aparicio as a 2020 “Rising Star” in Northern California. Read more here.
Adam Khan is an associate in the Sacramento office. His practice includes labor and employment and D&O litigation. Mr. Khan has experience in all phases of litigation and alternative dispute resolution in both state and federal courts. Read more here.
Ben Mathis, FMG’s Managing Partner, said, “We continue to grow our California practice even during these uncertain times. We now have over 70 lawyers throughout California in our 7 offices that cover the entire state. Ken Coronel and John Moot are highly respected and very accomplished lawyers who add significant depth to the talented team we have built in California.”