Lynda I. Chung, a litigation partner with Valensi Rose, will moderate a panel discussion on “Excellence in Diversity – Insights From Probate Judges of Diverse Backgrounds,” at a program hosted by the Trust & Estates Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association on April 30, 2024.

A diverse group of Los Angeles County probate judges will share their experiences regarding how they built their practice, how they became probate judges, and the challenges they face in handling their busy probate calendars.

Registration for the session, to be held via Zoom, is available on the LACBA website. The program is presented by the Diversity Outreach Committee of the Trusts and Estates Section, Co-Sponsored by The Diversity in the Profession Section, The South Bay Bar Association, and The Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association.

Joining Lynda on the panel will be the Hon. Robert Wada, of the Los Angeles Superior Court (LASC); Hon. Ana Maria Luna, LASC; Hon. Ruben N. Garcia, LASC; Hon. Stephanie Santoro, LASC; Sonya Sultan, of Sultan & Sultan; Beti Bergman, of Peninsula Law; Eric Tokuyama, of Hoffman, Sabban & Watenmaker; and Jamie Gonzalez, of Lagerlof, LLP.

A member of our Litigation Group, Lynda specializes in probate and business litigation matters, including will contests, trust contests, financial elder abuse, fiduciary accounting, real property and construction contract disputes, creditor's rights, fraudulent transfers, and disputes between shareholders or members of closely-held companies.