Business litigation firm Browne George Ross LLP has opened its San Francisco office. Former U.S. Attorney for the District of Northern California, Joe Russoniello, will launch the office, along with attorneys Andrew August and Kevin Rooney. Collectively, they bring more than 75 years of business trial experience to Browne George Ross.
“Throughout the Firm’s almost 30-year history, we have litigated and tried many cases in San Francisco and throughout Northern California,” said Managing Partner Eric George. “With the opening of this office and with the depth of experience Joe, Andrew and Kevin bring, we look forward to strengthening our commitment to San Francisco and its legal community.”
A veteran litigator, Mr. Russoniello previously served as senior counsel to Cooley Godward Kronish. Prior to joining Browne George Ross, Mr. August was co-founder and co-managing partner of Pinnacle Law Group focusing on complex business and real estate litigation, including trials and appeals. Mr. Rooney was also with Pinnacle Law Group specializing in commercial and business litigation.
Browne George Ross LLP regularly represents clients from Fortune 500 businesses to entrepreneurs, professionals and individuals involved in entertainment, technology, media, real estate, financial services and consumer matters throughout the country. The Firm’s practice involves business disputes of all types relating to commercial transactions, intellectual property, unfair competition, entertainment, class actions, defamation, false advertising, First Amendment rights, employment, insurance, professional liability, federal Indian gaming law, art law and real estate.
The office is located at One California Street, Suite 1100, San Francisco, CA 94111.
Browne George Ross LLP is a business litigation firm which regularly represents clients in federal and state courts in California and New York, as well as throughout the country. Plaintiffs and defendants alike, their clients range from Fortune 500 businesses to entrepreneurs, professionals and individuals involved in entertainment, technology, media, real estate, financial services and consumer matters.