SOURCE: Stutz Artiano Shinoff & Holtz APC

Stutz Artiano Shinoff & Holtz APC

January 19, 2012 16:50 ET

Stutz Artiano Shinoff & Holtz Announces 30th Year Anniversary

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - Jan 19, 2012) - Stutz Artiano Shinoff & Holtz is pleased to announce its 30th year in business. The law firm, headquartered in Liberty Station since 2006, first opened in downtown San Diego on January 15, 1982. The firm has grown from a three-lawyer operation to forty-one lawyers, and has become one of San Diego's largest "home grown" law firms. Stutz Artiano has expanded to represent clients throughout Southern California with additional offices in Orange County and the Inland Empire, as well as Las Vegas, Nevada.

The firm was founded to provide a wide range of legal services to private and public companies as well as public entities. Stutz Artiano has expanded on that successful foundation to offer full service lawyer teams advising in Litigation, Public Schools and Community College Education, Employment, General Counsel/Municipal Law, Public Entity, Land Use and Regulation, Construction and Bonding, as well as Campaign, Election, and Ethics. By 2001, Stutz Artiano Shinoff & Holtz was named in the national magazine, Corporate Board Member, as one of the top five law firms in San Diego. Lawyers in the firm have won numerous awards of distinction including "Dan Broderick Award," "Super Lawyer," "Most Influential Business Women," "Best Young Lawyers," and "Inland Empire Best Attorneys."

Stutz Artiano had much to celebrate in 2011. The firm has advised clients on important cutting-edge projects, such as the San Diego Community College District's 1.5 billion bond measure where the District won "Public Owner of the Year" by the San Diego Associated General Contractors Association. Also selected as "Project of the Year, 2011" by the American Public Works Association was the firm's Power Purchase Agreement and site license for San Diego Community College District's solar system.

"We are especially pleased when our clients are recognized for projects or reforms where we're fortunate enough to be part of their team. Client service always has been and remains our number one priority," said Ray Artiano, Managing Partner at Stutz Artiano.

The firm understands how important it is to give back to the community and assisted financially following 9/11, Hurricane Katrina and the tragedies in Haiti and Japan. Attorneys at the firm are active on such non-profit boards as the YMCA, Victory Campaign Board, Temecula Foundation for Excellence, Mental Health America of San Diego, the San Diego Police Foundation and the Crime Victims Fund.

Stutz Artiano will celebrate its 30th year anniversary continuing its tradition by supporting several initiatives that promote ethics through business management training. The firm will also sponsor a series of scholarships promoting excellence in ethics. A celebration of the firm's 30th anniversary will be commemorated by a party in the spring for its current clients and staff. For more information, see

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