published on August 19, 2016 - 6:28 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff


The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers has elected Attorney Brett Sutton as a Fellow.  Brett Sutton is owner of Sutton Hague Law Corporation (, which has offices in Nevada and California, including Fresno.

Only attorneys who have been in practice for over twenty years, and who have distinguished themselves as leaders in the field, are invited by existing members to become a Fellow.  CLEL was established by the American Bar Association.  Mr. Sutton will be formally inducted during a ceremony in Chicago later this year.

Sutton Hague Law Corporation is also very pleased to announce Justin Vecchiarelli has joined the firm’s Fresno office as an associate attorney. Vecchiarelli represents employers before federal and state courts and agencies and in arbitrations. He also counsels management, in a broad range of industries, on a wide variety of employment and labor law issues.

Ericksen Arbuthnot announced it has promoted Brett L. Runyon as a partner with the firm. Runyon’s practice is focused on the statewide representation of both plaintiffs and deefendants in civil litigation including toxic tort cases and construction defect matters.


CEI Engineering Associates, Inc., a full-service civil and landscape design firm with offices throughout the United States, is pleased to announce the addition of Andrew D’Olier, as a project designer in the Fresno office. D’Olier is an EIT (Engineer in Training) and a 2016 graduate of Fresno State with a B.S. in civil engineering.


Fresno’s S&W Seed Company has announced the promotion of Dan Gardner to the newly created position of chief marketing and technology officer. Gardner joined S&W in 2012 and most recently had been in the role of vice president of breeding and genetics. Prior to S&W, Gardner was in various leadership positions in breeding and international sales at Dairyland Seed Co., a Dow AgroSciences subsidiary, where he served for 18 years.

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