Rotary Club of Oxnard is named Chamber’s “Service Organization of the Year.”

May 24, 2017

A to Z Law Partner Kendall A. VanConas, President of the Rotary Club of Oxnard, is pleased to share that the Oxnard Chamber of Commerce has selected her Rotary club as the chamber’s “Service Organization of the Year.” VanConas said she’s proud of the club’s commitment to community service, which includes scholarship awards to high […]

Susan L. McCarthy Honored among the “Top 50 Women In Business”

March 27, 2017

A to Z Law Partner Susan L. McCarthy has been named among the Top 50 Women in Business in the Central Coast, in a special section published Friday, March 24 by the Pacific Coast Business Times newspaper. The Times annually selects 50 women from Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties to honor who […]

Attorney Susan L. McCarthy Named a Partner at A to Z Law Firm in Ventura County

January 9, 2017

Susan L. McCarthy is now a partner at A to Z Law. McCarthy, a Ventura resident, became a partner effective Jan. 1. She has been associated with A to Z Law since 2003 and serves as the firm’s managing partner of the Litigation Group. McCarthy focuses her practice on business, commercial, real property and probate litigation. […]

Pacific Coast Business Times Honors John M. Mathews and Susan L. McCarthy in Special Section On Top Professionals

October 27, 2016

John M. Mathews and Susan L. McCarthy were honored to be featured in the Oct. 21 issue of the Pacific Coast Business Times, in the newspaper’s special annual section, “Who’s Who in Professional Services.” A recognized expert in water law, Mathews is passionate about protecting the region’s water supply and quality and works to improve […]

A to Z Partner Dennis LaRochelle Wins $1.2 Million for Client

May 31, 2016

In a recent Ventura Superior Court jury trial, A to Z Law partner Dennis LaRochelle won a $1.2 million verdict for a client injured by the carelessness of a retail store employee. The client, while shopping in the store, was knocked to the floor when a store employee struck her with a four-wheel table cart […]

John Mathews Helps Seal Recycled Water Deal

April 1, 2016

Congratulations to A to Z Law Partner John Mathews for his role in helping to ease the drought for Camarillo-area farmers. Mathews, representing the Pleasant Valley County Water District, helped to facilitate the successful delivery of Oxnard’s recycled water to reservoirs in Camarillo for use by growers impacted by the drought. The Pleasant Valley County […]

Robert Kwong To Speak about Climate Change and Groundwater Sustainability at Upcoming Conferences in Ventura and San Diego

March 28, 2016

A to Z Law Partner and environmental law/land use specialist Robert N. Kwong will speak at two upcoming legal seminars on the topics of new climate change legislation and groundwater sustainability. In Ventura County in April, Kwong will speak at a meeting of the Natural Resources Section of the Ventura County Bar Association when the […]

A-Z Law 14th Largest Firm and “Top Ranked”

January 20, 2016

According to a recent publication by the Pacific Coast Business Times, A-Z Law is now the 14th largest firm in the Tri-Counties, the 6th largest in Ventura County and the 3rd largest in West Ventura County. A to Z continues, for the fourth year in a row, to be rated as “Top Ranked” by Martindale-Hubbell […]

Dennis LaRochelle Receives Civility Award

December 8, 2015

On Dec. 4, A to Z Law Partner Dennis LaRochelle received the Civility Award from the California Coast Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) at the organization’s Holiday Dinner Meeting at the Santa Barbara Biltmore. Ventura County Superior Court Judge Fred Bysshe presented the award to LaRochelle. The award reads, “The California Coast […]

Robert N. Kwong Makes Presentation at CEQA Training Workshop Nov. 6

November 23, 2015

A to Z Law attorney Robert N. Kwong was among the expert speakers at a training workshop held at Ventura City Hall on Nov. 6 titled, “2015 CEQA Essentials: An Introduction & Intermediate Level Training Workshop.” Thirty-two people attended this event hosted by the Association of Environmental Professionals (AEP), which provided attendees a basic understanding […]