Three Sacramento Lawyers Selected to National List of Influential Attorneys

July 4th, 2018

Sacramento Business Journal

Downey Brand Chairman Bill Warne named by the Business Journals as one of the 100 lawyers having an impact on business and legal matters across the nation.

See full article below or view it online at the Sacramento Business Journal.

By Mark Mensheha, Director, National News Desk, American City Business Journals

Introducing The Influencers: Law.

Produced by the Business Journals, this list spotlights 100 attorneys‚ including three from Sacramento, who are having an impact on business and legal matters in communities across the nation.

The lawyers featured here represent both large, nationally recognized firms and smaller, locally focused businesses. Some are long-tenured executives while others have found success relatively early in their careers. And while some might be familiar industry names and others less so, as a group nationally, these individuals are having an impact on matters of business and law in myriad areas.

The Sacramento lawyers on the list are Gary Bradus, managing partner of Weintraub Tobin Chediak Coleman Grodin Law Corp.; Malcolm Segal, CEO of Segal and Associates PC; and Bill Warne, chairman of Downey Brand LLP.

Click here to download the full list of 100 attorneys featured in Influencers: Law.

These executives were identified in conjunction with editors and staff writers across The Business Journals’ network of more than 40 publications, including the Sacramento Business Journal. Each has been featured as part of The Business Journals’ continuing coverage of the newsmakers in those cities. These are executives to know for entrepreneurs and companies that are looking to expand their businesses to new locations or to grow further in the cities in which they’re now operating.

This list follows The Business Journals' production of The Influencers: Commercial Real Estate earlier this year. That list spotlighted 100 executives who are influencing real estate and development in their respective communities.