Press Release: Casey Sypek Named Partner by Miller Barondess, LLP
Casey has been with the firm since 2014. She has substantial trial experience in state and federal courts in matters involving employment, contract, fraud, copyright, trademark, entertainment and false advertising disputes.
In 2020, Casey was part of the team that successfully defended the City of Inglewood and Mayor James Butts in multiple lawsuits instigated by Madison Square Garden-Forum and its attempts to block construction of the new L.A. Clippers arena in Inglewood. In 2019, Casey was part of the trial team that won a $15.8 million unanimous jury verdict for a Southern California Toyota dealership group against Toyota; and, in 2017, she was recognized by the Daily Journal on their list of Top Verdicts for winning a $2.5 million jury verdict against the University of California in an employment dispute on allegations of gender discrimination.
Per firm partner Skip Miller, “Casey has earned her spurs and is going to be a great partner. She’s not only good in court and with clients, she has a very high intellect and has brought substantial business to the firm. I’m really glad she’s my partner.”
Casey received her Juris Doctorate from New York University School of Law, and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in History of Art and Architecture from Brown University.
She is an active member of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and California Lawyers for the Arts, a nonprofit organization devoted to empowering California’s creative arts communities. Casey is also on the advisory board of Guidelight Group, an organization that provides services to teens and adults with developmental disabilities.
“Miller Barondess is truly a special firm with extraordinary lawyers and clients. I’m honored to be a partner and eager to keep up the momentum in 2021 and beyond,” said Casey.
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