Autumn D. Spaeth concentrates her practice on business and insolvency related... more
Autumn D. Spaeth concentrates her practice on business and insolvency related litigation. She specializes in litigation in and related to bankruptcy including fraudulent conveyance, preference, and non-dischargeabilty actions. She is experienced in receiverships and assignments for the benefit of creditors. Ms. Spaeth's practice also includes a broad range of business litigation matters in s... view profile
Jeff Pham has devoted his career to counseling businesses and providing them with... more
Jeff Pham has devoted his career to counseling businesses and providing them with the legal expertise required to realize their goals. Mr. Pham began his career as corporate counsel to CoreLogic, Inc. (NYSE: CLGX), the world’s largest provider of real estate data and analytics. During his tenure, Mr. Pham advised the company on a broad array of legal matters—from routine business transactions,... view profile
Gordon & Rees Partner Patricia Lee-Gulley selected as top rated lawyer in mass tort.... more
Gordon & Rees Partner Patricia Lee-Gulley selected as top rated lawyer in mass tort. April 2014 Gordon & Rees Partner Patricia Lee-Gulley selected as top rated lawyer in labor and employment. March 2014 Gordon & Rees Partner Patricia Lee-Gulley appointed as Director on Orange County Bar Association Board of Directors. December 2013 Gordon & Rees Partner Patricia Lee-Guley Selecte... view profile
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