PIB Law Continues National Expansion With Opening Of California Office

Posted: 6th February 2015 10:13

PIB Law, a full-service law firm, is now serving clients coast-to-coast with the opening of its office in Orange County, California. On February 2, 2015, the firm announced the office opening at 695 Town Center Drive, 16th floor in Costa Mesa, California.

The addition of the Orange County office is a continuation of PIB Law's strategic growth plan to better serve clients across the nation. The firm also has offices located in Boston, Chicago, New Jersey, New York, Philadelphia, and San Antonio. The California office will be managed by John Sorich, a former shareholder and co-manager of AlvaradoSmith's litigation department. PIB Law also welcomed 6 additional attorneys and 7 staff members from AlvaradoSmith's litigation department.

"Strong client relationships and our commitment to excellence are the driving force behind the firm's growth," said the firm's Managing Partner Sanjay Ibrahim. "With the opening of the California office and the addition of a very talented team from AlvaradoSmith, we are building a firm that is capable of assisting our clients across the map with their most pressing legal issues."

"California has a strong presence in the financial industry and Orange County is the perfect 'jumping off' point to develop PIB's footprint on the West Coast," said John Sorich. "We already serve many of the same clients, but can now assist them in new ways and in new markets with our combined knowledge and experience."

PIB Law is a full-service, national law firm representing an array of corporate clients, ranging from Fortune 500 companies, national banks, retailers, reinsurers, mortgage lenders and financial services companies. Practice areas include mortgage banking, bankruptcy, commercial litigation, securities litigation, employment litigation and counselling, intellectual property, reinsurance/insurance, regulatory consulting, regulatory enforcement, consumer finance, fair lending and corporate transactional matters.