February 5, 2018
San Bernardino, California – Attorney Daren Lipinsky, of the nationally-renowned employment law firm of Lipinsky Law, has been admitted as a member to the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). The ABOTA National Board of Directors elected Lipinsky based on his peer-reviewed proficiency as a trial lawyer and based on his integrity and commitment to the legal profession.
ABOTA is an invitation-only national organization of the finest trial lawyers and judges in America. Its members represent both plaintiffs and defendants in civil cases. The organization was created in 1958 to defend and preserve the right granted to all Americans by the Seventh Amendment to the Constitution, the right to trial by jury. All of the attorneys who belong to ABOTA have earned significant distinction in their trial work. ABOTA’s Code of Professionalism and Principles of Civility have elevated standards of integrity, honor, ethics, civility, and courtesy in the legal profession.
ABOTA’s Membership constitutes a “Who’s Who” of America’s top trial lawyers. Only trial lawyers that have completed a considerable number of civil jury trials qualify for nomination. Representatives of the nominee’s local ABOTA chapter, local Executive Board, and National ABOTA Board vote on whether a new member will be accepted. As such, membership also constitutes peer recognition of trial acumen and professionalism.
“I am tremendously honored to be a member of ABOTA. Their efforts to raise the standards of integrity, honor, and courtesy in the legal profession is something I deeply value,” said Lipinsky. “ABOTA’s mission of fostering the improvement of, and access to, the jury system for Americans is one I have committed my career to as well.”
Daren Lipinsky is an award-winning trial lawyer with more than 20 years of experience. He received his B.A..(Philosophy) from Skidmore College and his J.D. from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. As a litigator, Lipinsky focuses on employment cases involving sexual harassment, race, age, sexual orientation and gender discrimination, disability and pregnancy discrimination, wage and hour violations, retaliation, California Family Rights Act violations, breach of contract, and wrongful termination. His dedicated approach to the litigation process and the rights of employees has led to his success in lawsuits against some of the nation’s largest employers.
“I believe in the jury system,” Lipinsky said. “Every American is entitled to have their rights fairly represented and their positions credibly asserted before a jury of their peers. That is one of the essential pillars of our constitutional democracy.”