September 18, 2018 – Los Angeles, Calif. – Payne & Fears LLP congratulates Los Angeles Managing Partner Scott O. Luskin in his new leadership role as a Board Member of the Conference of California Bar Associations (CCBA). Scott was sworn in Saturday, September 15, 2018, while attending the conference as part of the Los Angeles County Bar Association delegation.
This year’s CCBA Conference was held in downtown San Diego from September 13 – 16. The annual conference has participants engaging in high-quality debates over resolutions authored by their peers that touch on every aspect of law. Every resolution that passes the Conference is eligible for inclusion in the annual legislative program. Since 2010 over 100 chaptered bills originated from CCBA resolutions, which is an unparalleled record of achievement for a single organization.
About Scott Luskin
Scott O. Luskin is a partner in the Business Litigation Group and Managing Partner of the firm’s Los Angeles office. Scott focuses on complex commercial and business litigation and represents a wide range of clients, including individuals, various types of business entities, non-profit hospitals and large corporations. He has experience in all aspects of business litigation, including law and motion practice, alternative dispute resolution and trial. In addition to business litigation, Scott also has extensive experience in employment and insurance coverage litigation.
About Conference of California Bar Associations
CCBA serves justice in California by bringing together attorney volunteers from all around the State to seek, debate, and promote creative non-partisan solutions to law-related issues for the benefit of Californians. The organization formed in 2002 as an independent 501(C)(6) non-profit organization that promotes legislative ideas on behalf of the legal community by and through individual delegates and bar associations across California.