December 3, 2019, Sacramento and Oakland, CA – California’s two leading political and government law firms – Olson, Hagel & Fishburn (“OHF”) and Remcho, Johansen & Purcell (“RJP”) – announced today that they are merging on January 1, 2020 to form the new law firm of Olson Remcho LLP. Read more
Olson Remcho’s Robin Johansen joins KQED’s Political Breakdown to talk about her work on the House Judiciary Committee during the Nixon impeachment, representing Willie Brown and the state Legislature, battling changes to term limits and redistricting, and the future of the state’s initiative system: Robin Johansen on a Career in Political Law.
The announcement of the merger of Olson, Hagel & Fishburn and Remcho, Johansen & Purcell on December 3, 2019 garnered extensive coverage in the California press.
Carla Marinucci of Politico’s California Playbook noted “Two of California’s powerhouse legal firms announced Tuesday they’ll merge in 2020, forming a new firm that will represent a host of major political figures and entities including the governor, Assembly speaker, the Senate president pro tempore, the California Democratic Party, dozens of labor organizations and several members of the California Congressional delegation.” Read more
In the months prior to the merger creating Olson Remcho, the Daily Journal named Olson, Hagel & Fishburn one of California’s Top Boutiques for 2019. Read more
Olson Remcho’s Andrew Werbrock represents Andrew Janz, a candidate for Mayor of Fresno, and responded to a letter to his client from Devin Nunes’ lawyers. The Fresno Bee covered the story on November 5, 2019: Fake Cow Account Must Go, Devin Nunes Demands in Letter to Democrat Over Twitter Taunts.