Shiraz Simonian was born in Los Angeles, California. He earned his bachelor of arts... more
Shiraz Simonian was born in Los Angeles, California. He earned his bachelor of arts in political science with a minor in psychology from University of Southern California in 2002. He earned his juris doctorate and master in business administration degrees from Pepperdine University in 2006. Mr. Simonian was admitted to the California Bar in 2006 and is a successful trial attorney. His vast ... view profile
Alla Tenina graduated from U.C. Hastings Law School in 2001 with a Concentration in... more
Alla Tenina graduated from U.C. Hastings Law School in 2001 with a Concentration in Taxation and was Admitted to the New York and New Jersey Bar in 2002. She was admitted to California Bar in May 19, 2003 and United States Tax Court. She is also admitted with the United States District Courts for the Central, Southern, and Eastern Districts of California. Prior to joini... view profile
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