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KELLER/ANDERLE LLP
IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
JEREMY STAMELMAN
AS OUR FIRM’S
NEWEST PARTNER
Jeremy Stamelman

PRACTICE AREAS
Commercial Litigation
Securities
Intellectual Property
Class Actions
Unfair Business Practices

EXPERIENCE
Jeremy Stamelman is an experienced business litigator who before coming to Keller/Anderle spent 16 years at the Los Angeles and New York offices of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. He has extensive experience with complex litigation of all kinds in both state and federal court, and in international arbitrations.

Jeremy has been named a “Southern California Rising Star” five times by Los Angeles and Law & Politics Magazines. His background includes both plaintiff and defense work in securities litigation, breach of contract, tortious interference with contracts, antitrust and unfair business practices, malicious prosecution, breach of fiduciary duty, misrepresentation, products liability, consumer law, trade secrets, First Amendment law, employment law and real estate and mortgage-related matters. He has represented corporate and individual clients in sectors including financial, technology, health care, energy, insurance, transportation, consumer products, entertainment, communications and real estate.

In addition to his other work, he has volunteered for a variety of pro bono matters, including a wrongful death case, child adoption hearings, a veteran’s benefits appeal, an asylum case, and Holocaust reparations clinics.

Jeremy graduated from Harvard Law School in 2001, where he was a member of Harvard Defenders and the Harvard Negotiation Law Review. He received his B.A. in English and Public Policy Studies from Duke University in 1996, magna cum laude, and Phi Beta Kappa. Jeremy was also on the Duke Crew Team.

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