Rosen Saba Attorneys Recognized as Super Lawyers Rising Stars

RosenSaba, LLP would like to congratulate two of its senior attorneys, Jonathan Dennis and Momo Takahashi, on their selection as a Southern California Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” for 2015. This honor is awarded to less than 2.5% of attorneys in the State of California. To be eligible for inclusion among these esteemed attorneys, a candidate must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less.

Jonathan Dennis is a seasoned attorney whose practice emphasizes both prosecuting and defending a wide range of federal and state civil litigation matters, including catastrophic injury claims and product liability cases. Jonathan has been named a Southern California Rising Star each year since 2012 and has been featured in Los Angeles Magazine and Super Lawyers magazine as one of the premier lawyers in Southern California under the age of 40. Additionally, Mr. Dennis is quite active within the legal community. He has served on the Beverly Hills Bar Association Barristers Board of Governors since 2008. In 2011, he was elected to the executive committee as the Barrister’s treasurer and continues to serve in that capacity. He is also the Chairperson of the Beverly Hills Bar Association’s Personal Injury section, an active section comprised of plaintiff and defense attorneys.

Momo Takahashi also handles an array of complex state and federal cases, including the prosecution and defense of employment actions, business litigation and consumer class actions. Every year since 2013, Ms. Takahashi has been named as a “Rising Star” and has been featured in Los Angeles Magazine and Super Lawyers magazine as one of the premier lawyers in Southern California under the age of 40.

Partners Ryan Saba and Jim Rosen recognize the achievement of these two skilled attorneys and congratulate them. Super Lawyers identifies candidates through independent research and by inviting lawyers in each state to nominate the best attorneys they have observed in action.

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