Press Release

Mark Zebrowski Named Managing Partner of Morrison & Foerster's San Diego Office


San Diego, May 12, 2006 Morrison & Foerster LLP has selected Mark Zebrowski as managing partner of the firm’s San Diego office.  He succeeds Craig Schloss, who has served as the office’s managing partner since 2003.  Mr. Schloss will continue to focus on representing clients in labor and employment matters. 

In his new role, Mr. Zebrowski will oversee the office’s strategic growth and general management.  He will work closely with the firm’s chairman, managing partners of operations, and practice leaders to further enhance and expand the San Diego office.  With more than 70 attorneys, Morrison & Foerster’s San Diego office is one of the fastest growing law firms in San Diego.

Mr. Zebrowski has been a partner at Morrison & Foerster since 2004.  His practice includes real estate, consumer class action, Section 17200 litigation, professional liability partnership and shareholder disputes and general commercial litigation matters. Mr. Zebrowski has practiced in San Diego for over 20 years.  He is on the Board of the San Diego Chapter of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers, and is a founding Master in the Wallace Chapter of the American Inns of Court.

"I am excited to take on this new endeavor and build upon the momentum that was established by Craig," commented Mr. Zebrowski.  

"I am confident that Mark will bring continued strategic leadership and vision to our San Diego office," said Keith C. Wetmore, Chair of Morrison & Foerster.  "We are very pleased that Mark has agreed to step into this role, building on the contributions Craig has made during the last three years."

Morrison & Foerster has also announced that Peter McGraw has joined the firm as Director of Administration in the San Diego office.  Mr. McGraw joins Morrison & Foerster from Sempra Energy where he served as the Legal Administrator for its Legal Department.  Mr. McGraw is a member of the National and Local Association of Legal Administrators.




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