Petrossian and Sperling Named to LABJ’s 2023 “Thriving in Their 40s” List

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Los Angeles Business Journal

Glaser Weil is pleased to announce that litigation partners and trial attorneys Emil Petrossian and Elizabeth Sperling have been named to the Los Angeles Business Journal’s “Leaders of Influence: 2023 Thriving in Their 40s” list, a selection of Los Angeles’ leading professionals in their 40s. Those selected for inclusion were reviewed by the journal’s editorial department and chosen based on a demonstration of impact made on the profession and on the Los Angeles community.

Petrossian’s practice entails all facets of complex commercial litigation in federal and state courts and arbitral forums. He is routinely called upon to handle his clients’ most sensitive and pressing matters. He has extensive experience in breach of contract, fraud and partnership disputes, real estate and financial services litigation, and intellectual property litigation, including copyright and trademark disputes.

Sperling focuses her practice on the representation of financial institutions and other consumer-facing businesses, real estate companies, property owners, and high net worth individuals in high-stakes and consumer litigation. She has extensive trial, arbitration and appellate experience in class actions, business torts, unfair business practices and related consumer protection actions, unfair debt collection practices, loan workouts, state attorneys general investigations and litigation, and products liability and complex toxic tort cases.

In addition to practicing in Los Angeles, Petrossian and Sperling are co-office managing partners of Glaser Weil’s San Diego office.

Read more or view the complete list of this year’s recipients.

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