With KMBL, you’re hiring not just a lawyer, but an entire team with more than 130 years of combined experience. Our attorneys work collaboratively on their cases. As the KMBL law team includes some of the nation’s top legal specialists in their respective fields, this gives our clients an incredible advantage. The results speak for themselves.
Marilyn Bednarski is a partner at KMBL. Marilyn began her career as a criminal defense lawyer in 1983 working with a death penalty defense lawyer in Los Angeles and joined the Federal Public Defender’s Office in Los Angeles in 1984. Marilyn’s career has spanned public service and private practice.
Barry Litt graduated from the University of California at Berkeley in 1966 and from UCLA Law School in 1969. As a young lawyer, he worked on the Pentagon Papers and Chicago Eight cases. For the first decade of his practice, he focused primarily on federal criminal defense at the trial and appellate levels, during which he handled hundreds of matters, tried many cases ranging from immigration to murders, and handled numerous appeals.
Ron Kaye specializes in holding law enforcement, prosecutors and prison officials accountable. As an experienced trial lawyer representing plaintiffs in federal civil rights actions, and defendants in both state and federal criminal proceedings, he has achieved outstanding results for his clients.
Mr. LaHue received his undergraduate education at the University of California at Berkeley earning a double major in Legal Studies and Economics. He then attended Loyola Law School in Los Angeles where he received the Fritz Burns Scholarship awarded annually to the most outstanding entering student.
Caitlin S. Weisberg joined KMBL Law in April 2011. Before joining the firm, Ms. Weisberg worked for Bredhoff & Kaiser, PLLC in Washington, D.C., and clerked for the Honorable Jan E. DuBois of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Ms. Weisberg is admitted to practice in all California state courts, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Lindsay Battles has been practicing law since 2008, focusing throughout her legal career on individual and class action civil rights cases relating to police misconduct, wrongful conviction, and jail conditions. Ms. Battles earned her J.D. at Northwestern University Law School in 2008. During law school, Ms. Battles interned at the ACLU National Drug Law Reform Project and the ACLU of Illinois.