People: Week of Nov. 5, 2012

Law

[caption id="attachment_64241" align="alignleft" width="180"] Isaac Gradman[/caption]

Isaac M. Gradman joined the law office of Perry, Johnson, Anderson, Miller & Moskowitz LLP in Santa Rosa. Mr. Gradman is a commercial litigator and leading expert in mortgage finance and financial services litigation. Previously, Mr. Gradman practiced with the San Francisco office of Arnold & Porter (formerly Howard Rice) and was the managing member of Gradman Law. Mr. Gradman is the editor of the book “Way Too Big To Fail,” the founder and author of The Subprime Shakeout law blog, and a frequent speaker on mortgage finance.Manufacturing 

Santa Rosa-based Loring Smart Roasters hired Robert W. Austin as its new chief executive officer. Mr. Austin brings decades of experience, having led development teams at Hewlett Packard and Microsource, then joining the team at ESA (Eason) Technology as CEO, where he spent 10 years. He previously held positions at EIP Microwave, (Anritsu) Wiltron Company, Symphony Media Systems and DE-STA-CO (A Dover Company).Residential Real Estate

[caption id="attachment_64242" align="alignleft" width="179"] Gayle Stephens[/caption]

Gayle Stephens joined Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage as a sales associate in its Santa Rosa office. In her new position, Ms. Stephens will specialize in residential sales in Sonoma County. Prior to joining Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Ms. Stephens took a hiatus to be a full-time parent. Before that, she worked as an executive assistant for Marcus & Millichap commercial real estate in San Francisco. Ms. Stephens is an active member of the North Bay Association of Realtors, California Association of Realtors, National Association of Realtors and Bay Area Real Estate Information Services, Inc.Technology

[caption id="attachment_95329" align="alignleft" width="179"] Jeff Kreutz[/caption]


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