SOURCE: Attorney Al Klein
LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Jan 23, 2013) - On January 21st, California Labor and Employment Attorney Alfred Klein, a principal of the law corporation Rodi Pollock Pettker Christian & Pramov, received his tenth consecutive nomination as a "Super Lawyer" which is published in Los Angeles Magazine. Since 2004 when the honor was created, Attorney Al Klein has been nominated as a Super Lawyer each year. The "Super Lawyer" recognition rates outstanding lawyers in Southern California who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Only 5% of all lawyers practicing in the State of California receive this honor and only 16% of the Top 5%, have received the honor of ten consecutive nominations. Of the nine partners at Rodi Pollock, all have been nominated as Super Lawyers for their respective fields of law.
"I feel a certain amount of pride about having maintained these high standards at the top of my profession and my specialty to receive this honor," states Attorney Klein. "It's especially meaningful as it constitutes recognition from my peers. I'm truly honored to be recognized by my colleagues as a Super Lawyer."
The selection process to receive Super Lawyer status uses a vigorous, multi-phased process in which peer nominations and evaluations are combined with third party research. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicated areas of peer recognition and professional achievement. Those who qualify are named to the list published by Super Lawyers Magazine with an insert included in The New York Times, Los Angeles magazine and at www.superlawyers.com.
Attorney Klein is well-known in the Southern California legal professional community and has been quoted in articles published in Business Week and Newsweek. Having practiced Labor and Employment Law for over 40 years, he is one of the most highly-respected attorneys in his field. Over the years, he has published numerous professional articles in legal and business publications, contributing to The American Bar Association's Antitrust and Labor Committee Report, Labor and Employment Law Section (1977/1978), "The Developing Labor Law (second edition, first supplement), and as a contributor (pp. 59-77) for the BNA Special Report, "Alcohol & Drugs in the Workplace: Costs, Controls and Controversies" (1986). In 1987, his technical feature article won second place in the 1987 National Awards Competition, American Society of Business Press Editors. In 1987, he also authored, "A Basic Primer on California Labor Code Section 132a," Vol. 5, No. 4, Labor and Employment Law News, Winter, 1987.
Al Klein is a graduate of the University of Michigan and was a National Science Foundation Scholar. He earned his J.D. at from the University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law, and has served as an instructor of Legal Writing at U.C. Hastings College of Law in San Francisco.
Attorney Klein is a member of the Los Angeles County Bar and the California State Bar Associations and serves as a Group Leader for ProVisors business professionals organization for their Pasadena 3 chapter. A downtown resident, he supports the Music Center of Los Angeles and several other groups involved in the revitalization of downtown L.A.
For more information, please visit: www.rodipollock.com.