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Sacramento Office Expands Team

MPBF welcomes the additions of Senior Counsel I. Hooshie Broomand (University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law) and Associate Collin Chandler (UC Davis School of Law) to their Sacramento office this month.

Hooshie’s practice includes general civil litigation with focuses on product defects, professional liability defense, construction, real estate, health care, employment, and high end personal injury claims. For more than two decades, Hooshie has been a top trial attorney in Northern California. Prior to joining the firm, Hooshie was a partner at Gordon & Ress Scully Mansukhani, practicing and trying matters throughout California.

Collin, a native of Northern California, advises on an array of substantive legal issues including professional liability defense, products defects, general civil litigation, construction, real estate, as well as providing counsel to privately held businesses. Before joining the firm, Collin was an associate at Donahue Davies LLP where he garnered experience handling general liability and insurance defense cases, drafting, and arguing motions.

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