About Barnet Resnick
Barnet Resnick is an EB-5 immigration attorney and a managing partner of the Vogt, Resnick, & Sherak law firm, with offices in Los Angeles and Newport Beach, Calif. Attorney Resnick has over 40 years of experience practicing law and has focused his practice on tax controversies, tax/business planning and business transactions. He has provided representation for clients in front of regulatory, administrative, and judicial bodies at the state, local, and federal levels.
At Vogt, Resnick, & Sherak, attorneys work as a team, combining their skills, experience, and knowledge that culminates into 150 years of collective legal experience. Vogt, Resnick, & Sherak provides exceptional service to its customers and faces challenges in law by bringing new perspectives and possible solutions to the table. The firm is also dedicated to offering leadership outside of the courtroom by actively contributing time to Vocational Visions, the Orange Coast College Foundation, the Orange County Bar Association, and the Free Wheelchair Mission.
Attorney Resnick has been recognized as a Martindale-Hubbell AV Rated Attorney, acknowledging his presence as an influential and distinguished member within the legal community. Additionally, within the second largest community college district in the state of California, he was an elected trustee and was in charge of a $100 million budget for more than 60,000 students and 3,100 employees within a population base of 700,000 people.
In addition to providing legal representation to clients, attorney Resnick spends time on legal writing, charity work, public service, lecturing, and teaching.
Attorney Resnick completed his PH.B degree at De Paul University and received his Juris Doctor degree at Western State University College of Law. He has served as an editor for the publication Law Review. He was a board member of the Jewish Federation Community Foundation, Vocational Visions, California Elwyn and other organizations. He was previously an instructor in the Certified Financial Planning Certificate Program at UC Irvine, an associate professor at California State University Long Beach, and an instructor at the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.