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Morris W. Hirsch

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Senior Executive Vice President a...

Union Bank
350 California, 6Th Floor
San Francisco , California 94104
United States

Company Description: Headquartered in San Francisco, UnionBanCal Corporation is a financial holding company with assets of $87.9 billion at June 30, 2012. Its primary subsidiary, Union...   more
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Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • bachelor's degree
    University of California , Berkeley
  • JD cum laude
    Harvard University Law School
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www.sec.gov, 5 Nov 2008 [cached]
0001440097 Hirsch Morris W 400 CALIFORNIA STREET SAN FRANCISCO CA 94104 0 1 0 0 SEVP & Gen. Counsel
CAST Management Consultants, Inc.
www.castconsultants.com, 24 June 2008 [cached]
UnionBanCal Corporation (NYSE: UB) today announced that Executive Vice President Morris W. Hirsch will succeed Senior Executive Vice President John H. McGuckin, Jr., as general counsel and corporate secretary on July 1, 2008.
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Hirsch, a graduate of the University of California - Berkeley and Harvard Law School, joined a Union Bank of California predecessor, The Bank of California, in 1989. He was promoted to Executive Vice President on May 22 of this year. Hirsch will be appointed a Senior Executive Vice
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In accordance with a well-established succession plan, Hirsch has begun transitioning into his new assignment. "For over 19 years, Morris
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Hirsch has held a number of senior legal positions during his career at Union Bank of California. His responsibilities have included legal oversight of mergers and acquisitions, regulatory matters, and securities and credit transactions. Before joining the bank, Hirsch spent eight years in private practice. He joined Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro as an associate in 1980 and became a partner in 1988, handling commercial transactions and bankruptcy and debt restructuring issues.
World Affairs Council: Council Leadership
www.worldaffairs.org, 4 Dec 2012 [cached]
Morris W. Hirsch, Education Committee Chair
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Morris Hirsch*
For Morris Hirsch, ...
www.insidecounsel.com, 22 July 2011 [cached]
For Morris Hirsch, his legal department's pro bono program is not just a way to support his company's social responsibility goals or to provide opportunities for the department's 30 attorneys. It's an integral part of his personal commitment to community service.
In his professional life, Hirsch is senior executive vice president and general counsel for San Francisco-based UnionBanCal Corp. and its principal subsidiary, Union Bank. Outside of work, he is a member of his synagogue's Social Action Committee and regularly volunteers at a food bank and a homeless shelter.
"These aren't things related to my law career; they are things that matter to me as a person," Hirsch says.
So when Union Bank's Chief Litigation Counsel Joseph Catalano put together a partnership with the Housing Negotiation Project of the San Francisco Bar Association's Volunteer Legal Services Program (VLSP), it was only natural that Hirsch not only endorsed the idea but stepped up to volunteer.
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"I thought it was important from a bank perspective and from a legal division perspective, but also from a personal perspective," Hirsch says.
Union Bank attorneys are offered the equivalent of four paid days a year for pro bono service, and the Housing Negotiation Project is one of several programs for which they volunteer. The program offers representation to every low-income tenant facing eviction in San Francisco at the crucial mandatory settlement conference immediately before trial. VLSP conducts a half-day training program for the volunteers.
Hirsch first volunteered in August 2010, when he handled a difficult negotiation involving parents who were trying to evict their son, daughter-in-law and young grandchild. "It was a domestic dispute masquerading as an eviction," Hirsch says. "Through very protracted negotiations, we did ultimately come to settlement, but it was a really emotionally charged process to get there."
Undeterred by this first experience, Hirsch volunteered again in November. He is one of seven Union Bank Housing Negotiation Project volunteers who work alongside law firm attorneys in the Superior Court on the last Wednesday afternoon of every month.
For Morris Hirsch, ...
www.insidecounsel.com, 1 Jan 2011 [cached]
For Morris Hirsch, his legal department's pro bono program is not just a way to support his company's social responsibility goals or to provide opportunities for the department's 30 attorneys. It's an integral part of his personal commitment to community service.
In his professional life, Hirsch is senior executive vice president and general counsel for San Francisco-based UnionBanCal Corp. and its principal subsidiary, Union Bank. Outside of work, he is a member of his synagogue's Social Action Committee and regularly volunteers at a food bank and a homeless shelter.
"These aren't things related to my law career; they are things that matter to me as a person," Hirsch says.
So when Union Bank's Chief Litigation Counsel Joseph Catalano put together a partnership with the Housing Negotiation Project of the San Francisco Bar Association's Volunteer Legal Services Program (VLSP), it was only natural that Hirsch not only endorsed the idea but stepped up to volunteer.
...
"I thought it was important from a bank perspective and from a legal division perspective, but also from a personal perspective," Hirsch says.
Union Bank attorneys are offered the equivalent of four paid days a year for pro bono service, and the Housing Negotiation Project is one of several programs for which they volunteer. The program offers representation to every low-income tenant facing eviction in San Francisco at the crucial mandatory settlement conference immediately before trial. VLSP conducts a half-day training program for the volunteers.
Hirsch first volunteered in August 2010, when he handled a difficult negotiation involving parents who were trying to evict their son, daughter-in-law and young grandchild. "It was a domestic dispute masquerading as an eviction," Hirsch says. "Through very protracted negotiations, we did ultimately come to settlement, but it was a really emotionally charged process to get there."
Undeterred by this first experience, Hirsch volunteered again in November. He is one of seven Union Bank Housing Negotiation Project volunteers who work alongside law firm attorneys in the Superior Court on the last Wednesday afternoon of every month.
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For Morris Hirsch, his legal department's pro bono program is not just a way to support his company's social responsibility goals or to provide opportunities for the department's 30 attorneys. It's an integral part of his personal commitment to community service.
In his professional life, Hirsch is senior executive vice president and general counsel for San Francisco-based UnionBanCal Corp. and its principal subsidiary, Union Bank. Outside of work, he is a member of his synagogue's Social Action Committee and regularly volunteers at a food bank and a homeless shelter.
"These aren't things related to my law career; they are things that matter to me as a person," Hirsch says.
So when Union Bank's Chief Litigation Counsel Joseph Catalano put together a partnership with the Housing Negotiation Project of the San Francisco Bar Association's Volunteer Legal Services Program (VLSP), it was only natural that Hirsch not only endorsed the idea but stepped up to volunteer.
...
"I thought it was important from a bank perspective and from a legal division perspective, but also from a personal perspective," Hirsch says.
Union Bank attorneys are offered the equivalent of four paid days a year for pro bono service, and the Housing Negotiation Project is one of several programs for which they volunteer. The program offers representation to every low-income tenant facing eviction in San Francisco at the crucial mandatory settlement conference immediately before trial. VLSP conducts a half-day training program for the volunteers.
Hirsch first volunteered in August 2010, when he handled a difficult negotiation involving parents who were trying to evict their son, daughter-in-law and young grandchild. "It was a domestic dispute masquerading as an eviction," Hirsch says. "Through very protracted negotiations, we did ultimately come to settlement, but it was a really emotionally charged process to get there."
Undeterred by this first experience, Hirsch volunteered again in November. He is one of seven Union Bank Housing Negotiation Project volunteers who work alongside law firm attorneys in the Superior Court on the last Wednesday afternoon of every month.
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