Steven Weisburd Elected as Managing Partner of Carlton Fields’ Los Angeles Office

February 14, 2023
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LOS ANGELES – Carlton Fields has appointed Steven B. Weisburd as the Los Angeles managing partner, effective immediately. Weisburd takes over from Mark A. Neubauer, who served in the role for eight years.

“Steve is an extraordinary litigator, and he is deeply committed and dedicated to this office and the firm,” said Neubauer. “I am confident that his leadership will be invaluable to our office, our firm, and our clients.”

“I am honored and excited to take over as Managing Partner while continuing to grow our robust litigation practice,” said Weisburd. “My experience has prepared me for this role which I am eager to take on.”

For more than three decades, Weisburd has represented businesses and individuals in federal and state courts in California and across the country, including class actions, business disputes, mass torts, MDLs, product liability, and other complex civil litigation, for clients in the consumer products industry, mass media and entertainment industries, technology industries, and financial services industry. A skilled litigator and legal strategist, he has amassed a long track record of winning high-profile cases and derailing high-stakes litigation, including multibillion-dollar disputes.

Weisburd obtained a B.A. from University of California, Los Angeles and his J.D. from Stanford Law School. He went on to receive an LL.M. from University of Cambridge. Weisburd is admitted to the California and Texas State Bars as well as the U.S. District Court, Central District of California and District of New Jersey.

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