Kupferstein Manuel LLP

MBE WBE

  • WBE

Firm Size

  • 3-5

Willing to Act as Local Counsel

  • Yes

Kupferstein Manuel LLP is an AV rated Los Angeles boutique trial firm specializing in employment and general business litigation. Partners Phyllis Kupferstein and Roxanna Manuel have over 50 years of combined experience in BigLaw. Phyllis was a co-founder of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP, one of the world’s premier trial firms, and was with the firm for 20 years, while Roxanna was with the firm for more than 12 years. Phyllis and Roxanna formed KM in February 2014 to offer the quality and experience of a BigLaw firm at reasonable rates. KM provides practical business and legal solutions, and is committed to obtaining positive outcomes for its clients. Phyllis and Roxanna have a stellar record of winning big cases for Fortune 100 clients, and have successfully settled many cases for five figures that had demands of up to eight figures.

Contact

Los Angeles, CA

865 South Figueroa Street, Suite 3338

Person of contact: Leila A Fergueson

Practice Areas

  • Litigation/Trials
    • Class Action
    • Employment (HR, Discrimination, ERISA, Labor, Workers Comp, etc.)
  • White Collar / Investigations
    • Whistleblower

Firm Bio

Kupferstein Manuel LLP is an AV rated Los Angeles boutique trial firm specializing in employment and general business litigation. Partners Phyllis Kupferstein and Roxanna Manuel have over 50 years of combined experience in BigLaw. Phyllis was a co-founder of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP, one of the world’s premier trial firms, and was with the firm for 20 years, while Roxanna was with the firm for more than 12 years. Phyllis and Roxanna formed KM in February 2014 to offer the quality and experience of a BigLaw firm at reasonable rates. KM provides practical business and legal solutions, and is committed to obtaining positive outcomes for its clients. Phyllis and Roxanna have a stellar record of winning big cases for Fortune 100 clients, and have successfully settled many cases for five figures that had demands of up to eight figures.

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