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Lavallee and Saif Publish Article on Non-GAAP Accounting

Berman DeValerio partner Nicole Lavallee and associate Justin Saif recently published an article in the Fall 2016 issue of the magazine of the California State Association of County Retirement Systems. 

Berman DeValerio Volunteer Day at Raphael House Family Shelter

On Friday, December 2nd, Berman DeValerio's San Francisco office volunteered at Raphael House family shelter. Raphael House is a privately funded, community-supported organization, which provides homeless and low-income families in the San Francisco Bay Area personalized family-centered solutions, including transitional housing along with mental health counseling, career services, and educational workshops, children's programs and tutoring, to help at-risk families achieve stable housing and financial independence while strengthening family bonds and personal dignity.

Benchmark Litigation 2017 ranks “Highly Recommended” Berman DeValerio as a Top Ten Plaintiffs’ Firm

Benchmark Litigation, a publication of U.K.-based Euromoney Institutional Investor plc, has published its 2017 10th Anniversary Edition profiling U.S. law firms. Berman DeValerio is ranked as "Highly Recommended 2017" — the sixth time the firm has received such ranking from Benchmark Litigation.

Berman DeValerio Top Fundraising Team for JDC Walk/Bike-A-Thon

Berman DeValerio's team of over 15 walkers and bikers participated in the Justice & Diversity Center's Walk/Bike-A-Thon fundraiser on July 30, 2016. The Berman DeValerio team was recognized as Top Fundraising Team for this event that raised nearly $20,000 to support The Justice & Diversity Center ("JDC").

Berman DeValerio Attorneys’ Op-Ed Published In The New York Times

Boston Managing Partner Kathleen M. Donovan-Maher and Associate Steven L. Groopman co-authored an Op-Ed entitled "Why Dark Money Is Bad Business," which ran in The New York Times on May 10, 2016. The Op-Ed addresses the recent debate surrounding a proposed SEC rule that would mandate disclosure of corporate political spending.