ESP brings in holiday season with Keesal, Young & Logan
(Thursday, December 6, 2007. Long Beach, CA)
Wilbert W. James, President, TABC, Inc., a division of Toyota Motors Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc., his lovely wife Michaelene, Skip Keesal, managing partner of Keesal, Young & Logan, Congresswoman Laura Richardson, 37th District, California, and ESP President Everett Glenn share in the holiday fesitivites at the firm's annual Holiday Reception.
ESP President Everett Glenn joined Skip Keesal, name partner of Keesal, Young & Logan and approximately 500 guests at the annual Keesal Young & Logan Holiday Reception in Long Beach, California.
Keesal, Young & Logan is a full-service business law firm which opened its first office in Long Beach, California in 1970. Through five offices, located in Long Beach, San Francisco, Seattle, Anchorage and Hong Kong, the firm assists companies large and small, international, national and local. “If there was a “Super Firm” award, Keesal, Young & Logan would be at the top of that list” according to Jim Ackerman, former President of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers.
The firm’s reputation as formidable litigators and effective corporate legal practitioners is built on thorough preparation, creative strategic thinking, and strong courtroom advocacy. The principles that drive the success of the firm are those found in most thriving organizations: Integrity, honesty, fairness in its dealings with its colleagues, its clients and its legal adversaries; an expectation of excellence in their work, through both mastery of the law and careful preparation; a common-sense approach to problem solving that respects and conserves client resources; a responsive, service-oriented attitude in its working relationships; and a willingness to engage issues and opponents head-on when necessary, and win….philosophies shared by the staff and professionals at ESP.
KYL’s clients include A.G. Edwards & Sons, Bank of America, Citibank, Fidelity Investments, J.P. Morgan, Lehman Brothers, Inc., Prudential Investments, Raymond James Financial, Smith Barney, UBS Financial Services, and Wells Fargo Bank.