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Dean Masserman

Legal Counsel

Dean Masserman, Legal Counsel and Surrogacy Attorney Associated with CSP, Inc.

Born Los Angeles, California, October 13, 1963; admitted to bar in 1988, State of California; U.S. District Court, Central, Eastern, Northern and Southern Districts of California; U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.

Education: Mr. Masserman attended the University of California at San Diego(B.A., 1985) and the University of Colorado at Boulder. Mr Masserman received his Juris Doctorate from Southwestern University.

Experience: Mr. Masserman is a former Deputy Public Defender for the County of Los Angeles. In addition Mr. Masserman has worked with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and the Los Angeles Superior Court Domestic Violence Program. Mr. Masserman also was a contract attorney for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and Sheriff Sherman Block, providing legal representation in several State and Federal Civil Rights Cases.

Publications: Author: “No More Double Double Dipping For Injured Employees” Legal Update, Winter 1993.

Memberships: He is a member of the Los Angeles County (Litigation Section) and Federal Bar Associations; California Trial Lawyers Association; San Fernando Valley Criminal Bar Association; California Attorneys for Criminal Justice.

Specialized Areas of Practice: Mr. Masserman’s areas of practice include Third Party Reproduction; Business Litigation; Insurance Defense; Criminal Defense; Premises Liability; and General Civil Litigation.

Public Appearances: Mr. Masserman has frequently served as a media consultant and legal analyst for The Today Show; CBS Morning News; Good Morning America; CNN with Connie Chung; CNN Tonight; KFI-640am Radio “O.J. Simpson Profile”; CNBC’s “Geraldo”: O.J. Simpson and Heidi Fleiss Case Profiles; “LA Extra” with Gene Gleeson: Heidi Fleiss Case Profile. Mr. Masserman has also lectured at the Legal Education Conference Center (LECC) on the subject of criminal procedure.