2 Attorneys Receive Loyola Civil Justice Program Awards
From left: Loyola Law School Fritz B. Burns Dean Michael Waterstone; Greene Broillet & Wheeler LLP senior partner Browne Greene; Cheong Denove Rowell & Bennett founding partner John F. "Jack" Denove; Maranga Morgenstern founding principal Robert A. Morgenstern; Yoka & Smith LLP partner Walter M. Yoka; Loyola's Civil Justice Program Director, John T. Nockleby; and Paul Hastings LLP partner Donna M. Melby.
Some 500 attorneys, judges and their guests arrive at the 13th annual Tribute to the Champions of Justice dinner, at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles on Oct. 26 at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
The event honored John F. "Jack" Denove, founding partner of Cheong Denove Rowell & Bennett, and Robert A. Morgenstern, founding principal of Maranga Morgenstern APLC.
The Civil Justice Program awards recognize attorneys who advance civil justice through their work in and out of court,
Denove focuses on medical malpractice, insurance bad faith, police misconduct and product liability. Morgenstern defends catastrophic injury clients as well as wrongful deaths in the commercial trucking industry and handles product liability matters.