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Gregory Ward, of counsel at McManis Faulkner and retired Superior Court Judge, has been appointed to the Commission on Judicial Nominees Evaluation (JNE), the State Bar agency that evaluates all candidates who are under consideration for a judicial appointment by the governor. Ward will serve a two-year term on the commission, beginning Feb. 1, 2013.
“I am honored to have been chosen to serve on the JNE Commission,”
Ward, who retired from the Santa Clara County Superior Court after 20 years as a judge, is an experienced civil and criminal trial attorney. Before his bench appointment, he practiced civil litigation, focusing on business and intellectual property disputes. He previously prosecuted major criminal cases as a member of the Organized Crime and Racketeering Section of the U.S. Department of Justice and served as the attorney-in-
The mission of the JNE is to assist the governor in the judicial selection process and thereby promote a California judiciary of quality and integrity by providing independent, comprehensive, accurate and fair evaluations of candidates for judicial appointment and nomination.
McManis Faulkner, a San Jose, Calif.-based trial firm, provides a full range of services, representing both corporations and individuals through trial and appeal. The firm handles a wide range of litigation, including business, civil rights, class actions, criminal, employment, family, general civil, intellectual property, personal injury, probate, and professional negligence. With experienced, well-trained trial lawyers and staff, McManis prides itself on its diversity – beyond ethnic, cultural and religious diversity, women comprise a majority of the firm’s management and staff. On the Web: http://www.mcmanislaw.com