Burton Mitchell was mentioned in the article, "You’re dead, where’s your 401K?" published on MSN Money on December 20, 2009.
Los Angeles hospitality attorney David Sudeck was quoted on TimeShareResale.com in “Expert reveals 10 reasons for timeshares popularity.” The article referenced David’s blog post on Hotel Law Blog, which gave an overview of the timeshare industry.
Bob Braun was quoted in the Los Angeles Business Journal’s "College Daze" commenting on the cutbacks and fee hikes at UC and California State campuses.
Neil Erickson was mentioned in the Courthouse News Service article "Pauly Shore Isn’t Laughing Now" regarding the Pauly Shore case.
In The Hollywood Reporter article "Pauly Shore Sues Brother Over Control of Comedy Store," Neil Erickson and Bill Capps were mentioned for representing Pauly Shore.
Guy Maisnik was quoted in the California Real Estate Journal article, "Borrowers Face Tax Risks When Modifying Loans" discussing the importance of planning for tax issues before a transaction is completed. Guy commented on the factors that affect how income is taxed during a transaction.
Tim Lappen was quoted in the December 2009 issue of Estate Planning magazine in the article, "Protecting a Family’s Good Name in the Internet Age," discussing the importance of being aware of a family’s publicity on the internet when advising them.
San Francisco land use attorney David Cincotta was quoted in the November 25 issue of the SF Weekly regarding an affordable-housing program and a lawsuit against the city of San Francisco. The article examined a suit filed by home owners who claim their properties were incorrectly enrolled in the city’s Below Market Rate Condo Conversion […]
Jim Butler was quoted in the California Real Estate Journal article titled "Hotel Industry Gets Serious About Swine Flu" discussing staff reductions at hotels, and the impact that swine flu could have on hotel staffing and resources.
The following JMBM attorneys were listed in "Southern California’s Best Lawyers 2010 Edition", a special supplement to the Los Angeles Times: Barry Freeman (Banking Law), Bob Mangels (Commercial Litigation) and Burton Mitchell (Trusts & Estates).