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Marina Kab

CEO & Founder

Marina Kab grew up in the Soviet Union and moved to America in her youth. She knows Russian culture well. She understands the specifics of a Soviet citizen and mentality.

1981 graduated with a BA degree in Political Science from California State University of Northridge.
1984 graduated with a JD degree from the University of San Diego
in private practice in 1987 after two years after working in Washington DC for Justice Department.
Specializing in Immigration Law; Personal Injuries; Corporate Law and Family Law.

Marina Kab enjoys seeing clients happy and knowing she worked as hard as she could to be at his best for those who put their faith in her. She gets excited learning about new topics or new ideas and ultimately wants to master workers’ immigration, business, family, compensation law.

With her clients, she likes to take her time to explain what she knows or answer questions as best as she can. She does this by thinking about questions that she herself would ask and how to best answer these issues for her clients. she got into workers’ immigration, family compensation law because she really wanted to get into a field where she felt she could make a difference and help as many people as possible.

In her free time, Marina Kab enjoys reading and studying as well as going to the ocean.


  • California State University of Northridge


  • University of San Diego


  • Admitted to the State Bar of California


  • Status


Areas of Expertise

The aim is to calmly and compassionately help each of our clients by providing useful legal advice and clarifications. To ensure the maximum efficiency of legal information, Marina Kab is constantly updating his legal knowledge through research.
  • Immigration law
  • Business law
  • Family law
  • Personal injury law

Case Studies

May 27, 2019

Saving over 3 Billion on a New Submarine

In our long history, Marina Kab has found inventive solutions both for businesses and for those adversely affected by them.

As these case studies show, no case is the same, and neither are the strategies we’ve used to win for our clients.

March 21, 2018

Responsibility for the premises of the Jewish Community Center

October 2, 2017

Providing vacancies in property policy and using credit receipts

July 22, 2016

Non-compliance and fall of responsibility of premises

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