Neil Erickson was mentioned in the opinion posted on Leagle.com for representing the real parties in interest, Volkswagen of America, Inc. and Audi of America, Inc. in a recent case.
Los Angeles real estate attorney Guy Maisnik was quoted in the California Real Estate Journal article, "Distressed Hotel Opportunities May Be Few and Far Between." Guy discussed the current market for distressed hotel properties and the reluctance of lenders to take over hotels with distressed debt.
Los Angeles attorney Michael Gold was quoted in the Los Angeles Business Journal regarding the ownership interest battle by the McCourts.
Jim Butler was quoted in the Miami Daily Business Review article "Bill McCollum Accuses Companies of Cheating; Florida Sues Online Travel Bookers Expedia, Orbitz Over Taxes," commenting on the litigation that is brewing between local governments and online travel companies over taxes on rooms booked online. This article also appeared in the Palm Beach Daily […]
Jim Butler was quoted in the National Law Journal in the article, "Florida Joins Plaintiffs Challenging Online Travel Tax Collections," regarding the litigation over hotel room occupancy taxes.
Ben Reznik was quoted in the Los Angeles Times article, "L.A. Council to Settle Lawsuit by Buying El Sereno Property for Use as a Park," discussing a settlement affecting a Monterey Hills Investors development project.
Susan Allison and Stan Gibson were mentioned in the Courthouse News article, "Live Nation Accused of Rigging Theater Deal," for representing Key Brand Entertainment in a bidding rights case.
Rod Berman was quoted in Cigar Insider in the article titled "Montecristo v. Tatuaje – Altadis Sues Pete Johnson and Pepin Garcia," regarding a trade dress lawsuit involving cigar companies.
Jim Butler was quoted in Hotel Business in the article "Lenders, Buyers, Sellers All Willing to Play Deal Waiting Game Deep into 2010," commenting on the current lodging transactions market with predictions for 2010.
The Law360 article titled “Court Rules for Forever 21 on Fabric Design Copyright” discusses Rod Berman’s case and mentions JMBM for representing Forever 21 in the win. Susan Allison and Jessica Bromall Sparkman are also involved in the case.