Los Angeles Business Journal Recognizes Three Greenberg Glusker Partners as 2021 "Leaders in Law"November 18, 2021 – Press Release
Los Angeles Business Journal recognized three Greenberg Glusker partners for its annual "Leaders in Law" awards. Andrew Apfelberg was named a ‘finalist’ in the Corporate category, and both Bernard Resser and Karina Sterman were nominated in their respective categories, Litigation and Labor & Employment.
- Andrew Apfelberg is a corporate and finance attorney for middle-market companies throughout the United States. Often acting as their outside general counsel, Andrew provides advice on a business’ significant transactions whether it’s a merger or acquisition, private equity or other financing, joint venture or licensing deal. He has a considerable depth of experience in the branded consumer products, manufacturing & distribution, new media and technology industries.
- Bernard M. (Bernie) Resser is a seasoned and accomplished trial lawyer and former federal prosecutor. He applies experience gained over 40 years and uses cutting-edge technology to deliver winning results for a diverse and sophisticated business clientele. His litigation practice encompasses business disputes involving corporate, real estate, intellectual property, commercial, and unfair competition matters across many industries.
- Karina Sterman is a labor and employment attorney and her practice focuses on defending businesses in class action lawsuits as well as in discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, and other employment disputes. While she regularly defends companies in administrative proceedings in front of the EEOC, Department of Labor, California Labor Commissioner, and other jurisdictions, she also leverages her significant experience in “behind the scenes” counseling to avoid or resolve pending claims.
The Los Angeles Business Journal recognizes attorneys for their career accomplishments and contributions to the Los Angeles business community. The awards were given out at the virtual event on November 17, and they were recognized in the publication’s November 15 issue.