A graduate of Harvard Law School, 2013’s Trial Lawyer of the Year and the author of four best selling legal books, Rick Friedman built his reputation representing regular people and small businesses injured by large corporations. He has won large verdicts in difficult cases in the fields of personal injury, defamation, insurance bad faith, and business torts.
Partner since 1989, Jeffrey devotes his practice to representing policyholders in litigation against their insurance companies. Jeffrey’s early practice involved criminal defense in state and federal courts and representing injured individuals in personal injury litigation.
Rated “AV Pre-eminent,” the highest rating by the Martindale Hubbell, Ken successfully represents plaintiffs in sexual harassment, defamation, personal injury, police misconduct, and insurance bad faith.
Jim focuses on insurance bad faith litigation for Friedman|Rubin and as Managing Partner, he drives the firm’s engagement in joint venture relationships with firms across the United States.
Bill represents policyholders in lawsuits against insurance companies and individuals and families injured by defective products or the negligent or reckless conduct of corporations. Bill co-authored the book The Elements of Trial with Rick Friedman.
Alisa specializes in complex personal injury litigation and products liability with a focus on aviation. In addition to representing travelers, Alisa also represents pilots and flight attendants injured on airplanes. She has experience working on experimental aircraft, helicopter, single engine, and commercial and charter airplane crashes.
Henry’s areas of practice include plaintiff’s personal injury, insurance bad faith, and complex commercial litigation. He is a member of the Alaska, District of Columbia and Washington State Bar Associations and is admitted to practice before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco.
Peter brings product defect, medical device, and medical malpractice cases nationwide on behalf of injured patients and their families. He holds licenses in Washington and Oregon.
Sean focuses on civil prosecutions of corporations and insurance companies that break the law, as well as managing the firm’s library on traumatic brain injury neuroscience.
Friedman | Rubin’s first “Moe Levine Fellow of Trial Advocacy,” David primarily handles claims arising out of automobile collisions, insurance bad faith denial of benefits, medical negligence, and nursing home abuse.
Friedman | Rubin’s second “Moe Levine Fellow of Trial Advocacy,” Alex assists trial attorneys in a all types of claims handled by the firm.