Reif Law Group Welcomes Daniel S. Rubin

February 5, 2020 (LOS ANGELES) – Reif Law Group, P.C. California’s preeminent boutique trial and litigation law firm for securities and business disputes, announced that Daniel S. Rubin has joined as a Senior Associate.

“Daniel’s high-stakes litigation and trial experience fit perfectly with our practice,” said Brandon S. Reif, Managing Partner at Reif Law Group, P.C. “We are a hard-driving and tactical firm that, early in the case, develops theories to win at trial and arbitration. Daniel will immediately enhance our capabilities.”

Daniel began his career on a team which advised Uber Technologies, Inc. following claims concerning its safety practices and the methods it used to screen drivers. He has since continued to represent affluent and high-net-worth clients at arbitration, in California Superior Court, and in California District Courts.

“Reif Law Group’s reputation truly precedes them as a top securities law firm, and I look forward to bringing my experience to the team and our clients,” said Daniel Rubin.

Daniel has earned recognition as a Super Lawyers Rising Star, Criminal Defense, and for

Lawyers of Distinction, Criminal Defense, in 2019 and 2020. In 2018, Daniel helped obtain one of the top twenty “breach of contract” jury verdict awards in California Superior Court, which he then successfully defended on appeal in California’s Second District.

Daniel earned his Juris Doctor from Whittier College of Law, where he was a Dean’s Scholarship recipient and represented his law school as a member of its trial advocacy competitive team.

About Reif Law Group, P.C.

Reif Law Group, P.C. is California’s preeminent boutique trial and litigation law firm for securities and business disputes. The firm prosecutes and defends court and arbitration actions involving securities, investments and real estate, professional liability, corporate and shareholder, financial abuse, workplace misconduct involving harassment, discrimination, recruitment and Form U5, and business disruption and restraining order actions involving non-compete, non-solicit and confidentiality clauses.