Liebert Cassidy Whitmore Attorneys Named 2023 Southern California Super Lawyers

CATEGORY: Press Releases
CLIENT TYPE: Nonprofit, Private Education, Public Education, Public Employers, Public Safety
DATE: Jan 10, 2023

LOS ANGELES- Liebert Cassidy Whitmore is pleased to announce that two LCW Partners have been named 2023 Southern California Super Lawyers. Firm Managing Partner J. Scott Tiedemann and Partner Geoffrey Sheldon were selected as Super Lawyers for their continued, tireless work on behalf of LCW’s clients and their overall dedication to the practice of law.

Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected as Super Lawyers.

2023 Southern California Super Lawyers

Firm Managing Partner J. Scott Tiedemann, having been awarded this honor nine times throughout his career, represents a wide variety of government agencies in labor and employment matters. He is perhaps best known as a leading advocate for and trusted advisor to public safety agencies across California. Scott is called upon in high profile cases to advise public safety executives regarding how to conduct complex investigations, manage media relations and navigate the procedural complexities of the Public Safety Officers and Firefighters Procedural Bill of Rights.

Partner Geoffrey S. Sheldon, having been awarded this honor six times throughout his career, is the Chair of the firm’s Public Safety practice group.  In addition to helping establishing best practices for service to the firm’s public safety clients, Geoff routinely assists public agency clients, law enforcement and fire service executive associations with labor and employment matters.  A seasoned litigator, Geoff regularly defends firm clients in traditional employment litigation as well as class and collective action lawsuits involving thousands of employees.