Robert Dale Burch, American Lawyer. Bar: California bar 1954. Board of directors charitable foundations With Army of the United States, 1945-1947. Member Beverly Hills Bar Association (Board of Governors, chairman probate and trust committee), Law Trust, Tax and Insurance Council (past czar), Los Angeles World Affairs Council.
Worked at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP (Los Angeles, California) specializing in General Civil, Trial and Appellate Practice, State and Federal Courts. Antitrust Law. Specialized Criminal Defense. General Corporation, Securities, Administrative, Labor and Employment, Taxation, Estate Planning, Probate and Trust, International Business, Entertainment, Commercial, Insolvency, Bankruptcy and Reorganization, Natural Resources, Oil and Gas, Environmental Energy, Municipal and Public Utility Law.
Admitted to the bar, 1954, California. Order of the Coif; Phi Beta Kappa. President, Law Trust Insurance Council, 1957-1958.
Member, International Academy of Estate and Trust Law, 1975. Member: Beverly Hills (Member, Board of Governors, 1968-1970), Los Angeles County and American Bar Associations. (Century City Office).
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