Sheppard Mullin

Sheppard Mullin

Founded:
1927

Sheppard Mullin

Founded:
1927

Jul 31, 4:26 PM

In Memoriam: Bob Thompson We are deeply saddened at the tragic news of San Francisco partner Bob Thompson's passing. There are no words to adequately describe the kind of person Bob was and what he meant to all those who had the privilege of knowing him. Nonetheless, here are a few words of tribute taken from the dozens of emails the partners sent this past weekend to express their grief as well as their enormous respect and affection for Bob. -"Genuine" "generous" "gentleman" "modest" "mentor" -"Pinnacle of the profession" "the gold standard professionally" -"Longstanding commitment to pro bono" "believed in giving back" In sum: "A class act" "an honor to have known him" Bob joined Sheppard Mullin in 1995 with a group of colleagues from Pettit & Martin. In addition to being a superb land use lawyer with a sterling reputation inside and outside the firm, he also was unwavering in his personal commitment to give back through pro bono work, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights of the SF Bay Area (which named him Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year), and The Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence. Bob touched many people, and we deeply mourn his loss. As one of his partners put it: "We've lost one of the very best." www.sheppardmullin.com/rthompson

Jul 26, 8:03 PM

Join us August 2 in Silicon Valley: Sheppard Mullin and PwC invite traditional defense contractors and non-traditional defense contractors -- commercial companies -- intrigued by DODs focus on new technology to a discussion regarding the emerging defense innovation sector. http://bit.ly/2tH7PlN

Jul 11, 7:53 PM

Breakfast with Europe Webinar July 20: Stay tuned on the latest developments in Europe that may affect your business and join Sheppard Mullins #Antitrust & Competition Breakfast with Europe drive-time webinars, to be held the third Thursday of each month. http://bit.ly/2tKmQQy

Jun 27, 7:20 PM

Sheppard Mullins SF office, pro bono general counsel to SF Pride and GLAAD, celebrated with 100+ strong at #SFPride Parade. Love wins!