Los Angeles Business Journal Names Brian Panish to LA500

Posted on June 1, 2021

Panish | Shea | Boyle | Ravipudi LLP founding partner Brian Panish has been named to LA500, the Los Angeles Business Journal’s annual list celebrating the most influential leaders and impactful executives in the city. As noted by the publication, members on the 2021 list “demonstrated innovation and agility in the face of unprecedented challenges over the past year and their vision and creativity can be counted on to help the city move forward.”

Mr. Panish joins the ranks of fellow LA500 honorees including Amazon CEO and Founder Jeff Bezos, Jeanie Buss of Los Angeles Lakers, Elon Musk of Tesla Motors, Steven Spielberg of Amblin Partners, and Oprah Winfrey of Harpo Productions, among others, who are also named to the list in various categories.

Recognized in the category of law, Mr. Panish’s profile highlights two recent results obtained for his clients including a $23.7 million bench trial award for a motorcyclist who suffered a lower leg amputation and a $39.5 million settlement for a California State University San Bernardino student who sustained a brain injury from heat stroke during an exercise class on campus.                                                                                                                            Additional categories of recognition include Arts & Philanthropy, Banks, Civic Leaders, Construction & Architecture, Education, Finance, Health Care, Manufacturing & Retail, Media & Entertainment, Professional Services, Real Estate, Sports, and Tech.

Click here to read Brian Panish’s profile on the LA500. Click here for the full list of all 2021 LA500 honorees.

 

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