Written by The Business Journal Staff
Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law, has announced the addition of attorneys Lee Burdick and Michael R. Linden to the firm’s Fresno office. Burdick has more than 25 years of legal and litigation research and case management for a wide range of clients, including government, corporate and nonprofit entities. Her expertise includes research, analysis and advocacy before a variety of federal, state and local agencies and courts. Linden’s practice is focused on assisting local government and school district clients in a wide-variety of legal issues, and he has extensive trial and appellate experience with a broad range of civil actions, including civil rights, dangerous conditions, torts, contracts, code enforcement, retirement, and taxes.
Lozano Smith also announces that five attorneys from its offices across the state have been selected by Super Lawyers Magazine as 2016 California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. Michelle L. Cannon, partner,
Northern California Super Lawyer; Mark W. Waterman, senior counsel, Southern California Super Lawyer; Ashley N. Emerzian, senior counsel, Rising Star; Wiley R. Driskill, senior counsel, Rising Star; Nicholas W. Smith, associate, Rising Star
JP Marketing announced that Oliver Greenbarg has joined the team as a graphic designer. Greenbarg earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in graphic design from Fresno State.
Roosevelt High School is proud to announce the hiring of Atnaf Harris as its new varsity head football coach. Coach Harris is a 1997 Edison High graduate and played for Fresno State before joining the National Football League, where he played for the Houston Texans and Denver Broncos. He currently works as a probation officer for the County of Fresno.