News | Lim, Ruger and Kim – Part 3

October 8th, 2014

Lim Ruger litigator Mark Hansen recently defeated an attempt by a client’s stepmother to strip the client of her home of 35 years. The client, a renowned pediatrician in Southern California, was given money by her father to purchase a home in Pasadena, while she was still in medical school. For reasons known only to […]

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. These women had to develop innovative strategies to be effective rainmakers such as finding ways to rebrand oneself. The second panel followed up with a candid dialogue on gender differences and how gender-based biases, perceptions, social norms, stereotypes, and internal beliefs women have of themselves impact the manner in which women build business relationships […]

View More >> October 8th, 2014

Congratulations to Vivian Wong (UCLA School of Law, Class of 2017), who received the Lim Ruger Foundation scholarship at the annual California Bar Foundation Scholarship and Award Ceremony on September 18, 2014.  Vivian commits herself to advocating for underserved communities. Her experiences working with peers with disabilities through Power to ACT: Abilities Coming Together, which […]

View More >> May 19th, 2014

Congratulations to Ronald Jaesung Park (UC Irvine School of Law, Class of 2016), who received the Lim Ruger Foundation Sam Oh Memorial Scholarship at the Korean American Bar Association Annual Dinner on May 8, 2014. He was the Sponsorship Chair for UCI Law’s Public Interest Law Fund, and he has done almost 100 hours of […]

View More >> May 18th, 2014

On April 12, 2014, Lim Ruger associate Norma Nava conducted a Judicial Clerkship Application Workshop in San Francisco. Students and recent law school graduates from throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and California’s Central Valley attended the workshop. Using her experience as a former federal judicial law clerk, Ms. Nava provided a comprehensive overview of […]

View More >> May 17th, 2014

On April 8, 2014, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California (the “USAO”) honored Lim Ruger litigation partner Pio S. Kim with a Crime Victims’ Service Award for his prosecution of three investment fraud defendants who defrauded more than $60 million from hundreds of victims, including many elderly victims who lost […]

View More >> May 15th, 2014

Thinking about doing business with someone who may be breaching their fiduciary duty to a third person? You may want to think again. A recent California Court of Appeal decision underscores the fact that liability for aiding and abetting a breach of fiduciary, even when the defendant has no independent fiduciary duty to the plaintiff, […]

View More >> May 13th, 2014

Foreign-country money judgments can be enforced in California. This right is becoming increasingly important given the ever-growing internationalization of commerce and banking, and the movement of people. It is not uncommon for debtors on unsatisfied foreign-country money judgments to own high-value assets located in California. For instance, significant California real estate is owned by foreign […]

View More >> May 10th, 2014

Ever wonder how women lawyers build business relationships? Or, how successful women rainmakers make rain? Or, how in-house counsel can make a difference in championing women lawyers? If so, please join us for a three-part Women@theTable series presented by Lim Ruger. Each event will include an interactive panel of distinguished speakers with ample time for […]

View More >> May 10th, 2014

As part of Toyota’s commitment to deploy zero emission fuel cell vehicles in California, Lim Ruger represented Toyota Motor Credit Corporation (“TMCC”), a financial services affiliate of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. (“TMS”), in providing financial assistance to FirstElement Fuel Inc. (First Element) to build hydrogen refueling stations throughout California. Lim Ruger represented TMCC with […]

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