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Eva Plaza Named Among “Top Latino Lawyers”

Meyers Nave proudly announces that Latino Leaders magazine selected Of Counsel Eva Plaza to its 2017 list of “Top Latino Lawyers” in the U.S. The list is a “compilation of some of the most influential and devoted lawyers in the country. Their service to the community has earned them a very well deserved spot as one of the best in the country.” The list is created from research of over 600 lawyers and more than 250 nominations. Meyers Nave congratulates Eva and shares the magazine’s recognition of her among its list of “leaders who are not only successful and have amazing achievements throughout their careers, but they also care, are involved and give back to the Latino community.” Please click here to view her selection announcement in the magazine.

Eva joined Meyers Nave’s Los Angeles office in June 2017 as part of the firm’s Trial and Litigation Practice and Municipal and Special District Law Practice. She represents private businesses and public entities in a wide range of litigation, transactions and regulatory matters.

Eva began her career at the Attorney General Honors Program of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington D.C. where she served as a trial and appellate attorney in the Commercial Litigation Branch. Her government service experience also includes being appointed in 1997 by President Bill Clinton to a Senate-confirmed position as Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and, in 1993, being appointed by President Clinton as Deputy Assistant Attorney General and Head of the Torts Branch of the Civil Division at the U.S. Department of Justice. Eva’s private law practice experience in California and Washington, D.C. includes the law firms of Arent Fox and Seyfarth Shaw. Her experience also includes serving as City Attorney for California cities and the Chief City Attorney for a major city in Pennsylvania. Eva is admitted to practice in California, Pennsylvania (inactive), Texas (inactive) and the District of Columbia.