George Cooper Rudolph, Esq. has been serving the business, real estate, and entertainment communities in Southern California, for more than 40 years.  As Mr. Rudolph’s clients grew and diversified, his law practice similarly grew and diversified.  He has litigated extensively in both state and federal courts, in California and around the United States.  As a result, Mr. Rudolph has gained exceptionally broad experience.  He has served businesses in the real estate, banking and finance, technology, health care, hospitality, professional services, and entertainment industries, among others.  Furthermore, as Mr. Rudolph’s litigation experience deepened, Mr. Rudolph’s clients began relying upon that experience for high-focus transactional representation.


Mr. Rudolph’s peers and the judiciary regard him to be highly professional, well-prepared, ethical, and effective.  Mr. Rudolph’s clients similarly praise his professionalism, integrity, intellect, and objective-oriented approach.

Mr. Rudolph continues to be an active trial and appellate lawyer, teacher, and writer.  In addition, he remains active in charitable and social justice advocacy organizations, including (among others) the Anti-Defamation League.

B.A. in Psychology, University of Southern  California, 1973
J.D. in Law, Hastings College of the Law, 1976

State Bar of California: 1976

U.S. Supreme Court: 1985

U.S. Court of Appeal, 9th Circuit: 
U.S. District Courts:

  • ND CAL

  • CD CAL

  • SD CAL

  • ED CAL 



Deanna Mayer Voziyan is a trusted advocate and experienced litigator, who focuses her practice in the areas of business and real estate litigation.  She effectively represents individuals, partnerships, and corporations in complex actions involving a wide array of disputes.  In addition, Deanna has experience counseling in family law matters and handling elder abuse litigation.  Deanna prides herself on providing her clients with sophisticated legal counsel, personal attention and results-driven representation from the initial stages of litigation through post-trial motions.


Deanna is a member of the California State Bar and the Orange County Bar Association and is a member of the Business Litigation and Family Law sections of the OCBA. She also sits on the Board of Directors for Irvine Child Development Center.

B.A. in Economics & Political Science, Whittier College, 1996 
J.D. in Law, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, 2001

State Bar of California: 2001