At Zelle McDonough & Cohen, we handle client matters with zealous advocacy.
Though our firm is most readily recognized by its achievements in trial and appellate courts - locally, regionally and nationally - far more often, successful resolution is achieved by avoiding the risks associated with trial and appeal. Risk assessment is the most valuable service we can provide to clients and our judgment and experience are our most valuable tools.

In our representation of multi-national corporations, small businesses, and individuals, we focus on providing clients with the legal insight necessary to make sound decisions. Litigation can be costly, time-consuming, and without a well-developed strategic plan for resolution, wasteful. Our judgment and experience, combined with initiative, persistence, and a commitment to innovative problem-solving, enables Zelle McDonough & Cohen to provide better, more cost effective legal services.
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11766 Wilshire Boulevard, 6th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90025
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Zelle to Moderate Panel on Insurance Bad Faith litigation at ABA’s Tort and Insurance Practice Section Conference in Philadelphia
  Tony Zelle will moderate a panel of insurance professionals and attorneys discussing emerging issues in insurance bad faith litigation at the ABA’s Tort and Insurance Practice Section Conference in Philadelphia on April 30th.  
 
Zelle Wins Jury Verdict in Rescission Case
  Tony Zelle won a jury verdict in a rescission case tried in the United States District Court which preserved the proceeds of a liability policy for his client seeking to recover those proceeds in a subrogation action.  
 
ZMC submits Amicus Brief to the SJC
  ZMC submitted an Amicus Brief to the Supreme Judicial Court on behalf of the Massachusetts Defense Lawyers Association in an effort to preserve the standard general liability policy’s notice of suit requirement.  
 
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