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As we approach the Thanksgiving Holiday during this tumultuous year, we would be remiss if we did not express our sincere thanks and appreciation to you, our clients, for your continued support. The COVID pandemic has robbed us of many of the things we previously took for granted – face-to-face visits, conferences, meetings, handshakes, lunches, …


Stone | Dean is pleased to announce that David Breitburg has joined Stone|Dean in its Woodland Hills, California office. David brings his 35 years experience as a civil litigator to our firm. During his career, he has handled a wide range of cases including major exposure cases, catastrophic injuries and complex personal injury defense and …


Welcome Aboard! Stone | Dean is pleased to announce the hiring of an extremely capable attorney to handle a diverse caseload in its Warner Center offices. Alan Khlevnoy has been practicing since July 2018.  He received his BA from University of Oregon with a BA in Political Science and his Juris Doctorate at University of …




Here We Grow Again! Stone | Dean is pleased to announce the hiring of an extremely capable and experienced attorney to handle a diverse case load in its Warner Center offices. William E. Johnson graduated with honors from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He then received his Juris Doctor from the University of Southern …


Stone | Dean is pleased to announce the hiring of two extremely capable attorneys to handle a diverse case load in its Warner Center offices. Chinye J. Uwechue received a LLB from London School of Economics & Political Science, graduated from law school in Lagos Nigeria, attended law school in Great Britain, and then received …


In order to continue to prioritize the health and safety of our colleagues, clients, and contacts, Stone | Dean LLP has successfully initiated and implemented a Business Continuity Plan. The Plan requires all attorneys, paralegals, and support staff to work remotely. Where in-office staffing is necessary, strict social distancing is observed and only those personnel …



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