Benjamin Reznik: Down to Earth View this article as a PDF–Los Angeles Business Journal: Ben Reznik: Down to Earth This article originally appeared in the Los Angeles Business Journal on June 27, 2011 and is posted with permission. Wherever there’s a big land-use dispute in Los Angeles, Benjamin Reznik is likely to be involved. Of […]
Michael Gold was quoted in the Sapient Investigations – June, 2011 newsletter in the article "Fraud on the March." Michael discusses the need for investors to get proper documentation when doing deals.
Cathy Holmes was quoted in the North County Times (Escondido, CA) in the article “Luxury hotels may encounter trouble if economy dips again.” Cathy discusses the EB-5 immigration program, and its creation of many hotel deals involving Chinese investors.
Stan Gibson was quoted in E-Commerce Times in the article titled "Apple Lengthens Laundry List of Patent Complaints Against Samsung" commenting on the possibility that Apple and Samsung are negotiating a settlement in their patent suit.
Stan Gibson was quoted in the Daily Journal article "Samsung Knocking at Apple’s Door," regarding the patent and trademark infringement case involving Apple and Samsung, and Samsung’s recent motion for reciprocal discovery.
Jim Butler was quoted in the South China Morning Post in the article "’Ultimate’ City for Investors," concerning the attraction Los Angeles holds for bargain-hunting Chinese investors.
Jim Butler was quoted in the Los Angeles Business Journal article "Legislators Telling Hoteliers Which Sheets to Use," discussing a proposed state law that would require hotels to use fitted sheets, in an attempt to reduce the number of injuries obtained by hotel housekeepers.
Stan Gibson was quoted in the Daily Journal article "High Court Affirms Standard for Patents," in reference to the Supreme Court decision against Microsoft.
David Cincotta was quoted in the Wall Street Journal in the article "School’s Expansion Riles San Francisco," regarding the Academy of Art University’s recent purchase of the Cannery building near Fisherman’s Wharf.
Stan Gibson was quoted in the Law360 article "Invalidity Must Be Clear and Convincing: High Court," regarding the recent Supreme Court decision affirming a patent infringement verdict against Microsoft.