Underscoring their commitment to one of the largest plaintiff’s organizations in California, five attorneys with The Veen Firm have been elected for 2017 leadership positions with Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC). Craig Peters will serve as CAOC’s 2017 Vice President 4; Anthony Label as the Board of Governors; and Steven Kronenberg, Elinor Leary and Andje Medina as Board of Governors at Large for the Northern District. They were sworn in at the November 12, 2016 ceremony.
“As CAOC members, we proudly fight for our clients seeking accountability from wrongdoers. This fight doesn’t stop in the courtroom; we are dedicated to passing legislation that protects the interests of 39 million Californians, as well as fighting against legislation that would strip average citizens of a level playing field when going up against corporate interests,” said Craig.
Prior to Craig’s Vice President 4 position, he served on the Executive Committee of CAOC as Treasurer and Secretary. This is Anthony and Elinor’s second consecutive year serving on the CAOC’s Board of Governors.
CAOC is a professional organization comprised of more than 3,000 plaintiff attorneys who represent the interests of California consumers and ensure the court system is accessible to all citizens. The organization continuously seeks accountability on behalf of those who have been negatively affected by defective products, had their civil rights violated, faced discrimination and more.