After serving the firm with invaluable counsel and exceptional client service for 13 years, Foran Glennon congratulates Marjie Barrows on her retirement as of January 31, 2023.
Marjie made a tremendous impact on the legal community throughout her 38-year career, concentrating her practice on the defense of insurers in bad faith suits involving first party property insurance policies. Clients frequently relied on her trusted advice in connection with the investigation and resolution of complex insurance claims. She also shared her insights with the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section, Property Insurance Law Committee and Women and Minority Involvement on Professionalism Committee.
“The firm has celebrated numerous successes as a result of Marjie’s contributions,” said Jim Glennon, firm founding shareholder and managing partner of the firm’s four California offices. “We are grateful for the time, insights and techniques she has shared with us and look forward to continuing the growth to which she contributed. While Marjie will be greatly missed, we look forward to serving our clients with the same drive, prowess and wisdom that Marjie demonstrated during her stellar legal career.”
The firm strengthened its California presence in January, opening two new offices in San Jose and Sacramento and adding seven attorneys to its practice in the state.
The following attorneys are admitted to practice in California and join Jim in leading Foran Glennon’s continued presence throughout the state:
- Jason Deng
- Terry Finch
- Sharon Hightower
- Laura Malkofsky
- Edward Murphy
- Jonathan Pai
- Von Reyes
- Gabriel Ullrich
Since 2001, Foran Glennon has represented clients across the globe, offering sophisticated legal services in a cost-effective manner. Deep rooted in the insurance industry, the firm’s solution-focused attorneys represent insurance companies and other businesses in coverage, defense and subrogation matters, as well as in commercial litigation and bankruptcy, insolvency and creditors’ rights.