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About Robert Borsky

Robert Borsky has been practicing law since 1981. He limited his practice to Family Law from 1984 through 2001, taking occasional special cases referred by Judges. During this time, he spent four years on the exclusive Gang Intervention Task Force, representing juveniles. From 2001 to 2006, Robert also practiced insurance defense and Workers’ Compensation Law while maintaining his family law practice. His clientele were major Fortune 100 companies, such as Chevron, Disney, Universal/Vivendi, and GE, as well as cities and counties. These included the County of Los Angeles, the City of Los Angeles, LAPD, LA County Sheriff, and the LAFD. Robert also represented insurance companies like Northbrook, 21st Century Insurance, CNA and AIG, while maintaining his Family Law practice.

Robert Borsky has served as a mediator, arbitrator and Judge pro tem for the Los Angeles Superior Court since 1986. He is a member of the Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, and San Fernando Valley Bar Associations. Robert served as President of the Long Beach Bar Association, Family Law Section, 1994-1995 session, and is a past Co-Chair of the California State Child Custody Committee. As an advisor to the Superior Court, he received the first ‘Judge William McFadden Award,’ for his contribution in assembling the first Master List of qualified Child Custody Evaluators, Protocols and Evaluator Retainers. Robert taught college level courses at USC Law School from 1990 to 1998, and has been a guest speaker at State Bar functions, and local County and City functions. Robert has spoken frequently on local radio stations, and has written numerous articles for the bench and bar.

Prior to being an attorney, Robert worked in the radio broadcast industry as an announcer, engineer and radio programmer. He was an on air talent, you’ve heard his voice on commercials such as Toyota, KTTV, channel 11 in Los Angeles, The Merv Griffith Show, Bank of America, Drake-Chenault, KHJ, Los Angles, KFRC, San Francisco and 250 radio stations across the US and Canada.

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