The law firm of Zarian Midgley has reorganized its management team and created two new practice groups.
As of Jan. 1, Rexford Johnson assumes the role of managing attorney from John Zarian, who has served as managing attorney since the firm’s founding in 2007. Zarian becomes chair of the firm’s new Complex Litigation Practice Group, and Peter Midgley becomes chair of the new Intellectual Property Practice Group. The changes are effective immediately.
The establishment of practice groups is a logical next step for the growing firm, according to Zarian. However, he adds that despite the creation of these groups, the firm’s legal professionals will continue to work in a fully integrated atmosphere.
“The practice groups allow us to present the skills in our key practice areas more clearly and cohesively to clients and prospective clients,” Zarian said. “To varying degrees, most of our lawyers will function in both groups to optimize client problem solving and professional development.”