Matthew Benedetto Recognized as a Top Minority Attorney by Los Angeles Business Journal

Matthew Benedetto Recognized as a Top Minority Attorney by Los Angeles Business Journal


Los Angeles Business Journal (LABJ) has recognized litigation Partner Matthew Benedetto as one of its “Minority Leaders of Influence, Attorneys.”

According to LABJ: “We accepted nominations from our readers, the legal profession, and businesses throughout the region. From there, we narrowed down those considered to be particularly impactful on the legal scene, while serving as trusted advisors, along with maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards.”

The LABJ profile on Benedetto highlighted his extensive experience in representing clients in complex civil, criminal and regulatory matters, often involving crisis management and public policy responses. LABJ describes Benedetto as a national thought-leader on False Claims Act (FCA) issues for speaking and publishing widely on the topic, most recently on FCA risks posed by the federal government’s response to COVID-19 via the CARES Act. Committed to providing a voice for all, Benedetto also serves on the firm’s Pro Bono and Public Service Committee.

Read LABJ’s profile on Matthew Benedetto.


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