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Friday, April 15, 2005


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Four Lawyers Named to California Law Revision Commission


By a MetNews Staff Writer


Four attorneys, three of them from Los Angeles, were named to the California Law Revision Commission yesterday by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

The three local appointees are Sidney Greathouse, Pamea Hemminger, and David Huebner. The fourth designee is Susan Lee.

The appointments require Senate confirmation, although the designated members may begin service immediately. Commission members do not receive a salary, but are paid $100 per day for attending meetings.

Greathouse has served since 2000 as director of legal services for The Cheesecake Factory Incorporated, having previously practiced employment law at Jackson, Lewis, Schnitzler & Krupman from 1999 to 2000 and at Gartner & Young from 1997 to 1999.

Hemminger has been a partner in Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP since 1985 and specializes in labor and employment law. She is a past chair of the Labor and Employment Law section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, and a fellow in the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.

She is included in current and past editions of “The Best Lawyers In America,” “Chambers USA America’s Leading Business Lawyers,” and Euromoney’s “Guide to the World’s Leading Labour and Employment Lawyers.

Huebner is chairman and chief executive officer of Coudert Brothers, a post he has held since 2003. He has been a partner of the firm for the past 10 years, and his areas of expertise include international and domestic arbitration, civil litigation and intellectual property.

He is a graduate of Yale Law School and Princeton University, and serves as an adjunct professor at the USC School of Law.

Lee has served as a deputy attorney general since 1989 and currently drafts opinions for Attorney General Bill Lockyer. She previously was lead attorney in the San Francisco office, supervising the establishment of a statewide correctional habeas team.

Her experience also includes service in the correctional law division.


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