Our Firm

Established in 1991, Robinson Di Lando is a preeminent AV rated law firm that has garnered the reputation as a premier litigation firm in California. Our firm is comprised of experienced trial attorneys with over 150 cases litigated to verdict. Our main practice areas include insurance defense and coverage, premises liability, general liability, employment law, workers' compensation and business litigation. Our dedication to providing quality legal services has enabled our firm to maintain long-term client relationships with Fortune 500 companies, leading insurance carriers in both the domestic and London markets, and businesses of all sizes in numerous industries.

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  • The firm founders Michael C. Robinson and Michael A. DiLando are proud to announce Orion Robinson has been named a firm Principal. Additionally, Mr. Robinson earned the achievement of selection to the Super Lawyers 2018 Rising Stars list. Being selected to the list is an honor reserved for those lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice, and only 2.5% of Southern California attorneys receive this distinction.
  • Robinson DiLando takes pleasure in announcing, Lauren Chee has joined the firm as an associate. She will be primarily focusing on employment litigation, business litigation, subrogation, and insurance defense and coverage. In practice, Ms. Chee has represented businesses in discrimination claims, wrongful termination cases, and wage and hour disputes.
  • Brad Stuckey obtains a defense verdict at trial for a fast food chain in a discrimination and wrongful termination case.
  • Max Malmygin and team join Robinson Di Lando's workers' compensation department.
  • Michael Di Lando and Mark Kane resolve a complex, multi-million dollar shareholder derivative suit for a corporate client.
  • After a multi-day trial, Michael Robinson achieves a complete defense verdict on behalf of an insurance brokerage firm sued for professional negligence.
  • Michael Di Lando obtains a defense verdict in a jury trial wherein he represented a Fortune 500 international fast food chain in an action alleging that the plaintiff had bit down on a foreign substance in his meal.
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