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Duane Morris LLP: Full-service law firm for clients in San Diego and beyond

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Duane Morris' San Diego office serves its expanding roster of global clients with locations and interests in Southern

California and across the western United States. The attorneys in the San Diego office, which is top-ranked in gender

equality by the Lawyers Club of San Diego, offer a comprehensive range of legal services to a variety of businesses,

including startup ventures, technology companies, manufacturers, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, real estate

developers, educational institutions, financial institutions and financial fiduciaries.

Recognized leaders

The Daily Transcript cites Julie Mebane and Julie Vogelzang as 2010 Top Attorneys in San Diego. Mebane practices in

the area of real estate law, with particular emphasis on commercial real estate purchases, sales, loans and secured

lending, and commercial, industrial and office leases. Mebane has related experience in compliance with mapping and other

development conditions, financing, title issues, redevelopment projects, hazardous materials, easement concerns and

property license agreements.

Vogelzang is an employment law attorney with a focus on California wage and hour class actions. She has defended large,

medium and small companies sued in class actions for alleged wage and hour violations, including misclassification and

overtime cases, meal and rest break cases, background check cases, pregnancy/child care leave violations and independent

contractor status cases. Vogelzang is the leader of Duane Morris' California team of lawyers who focus on class actions.

One-stop shopping at a full-service law firm

The San Diego office of Duane Morris offers clients a range of services including corporate, securities, mergers and

acquisitions, complex litigation and alternative dispute resolution, commercial litigation, products liability, business

reorganization and financial restructuring, commercial finance, real estate, employment law, education law, intellectual

property, life sciences, and information technology and communications.

Submitted by Julie S. Mebane and Julie A. Vogelzang for Duane Morris

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