Glaser Weil LLP’s Marc Indeglia, a securities law partner at the firm and president of the Small Public Company Coalition, offers insight in The Deal’s article on the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) attempt to require certain traders and private investment funds to register as broker-dealers.
Glaser Weil LLP earned a significant victory in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals for its client W. Lawrence Patrick, a receiver appointed by the United States District Court who was authorized to sell three radio stations to fulfill a $1.2M judgment.
Glaser Weil LLP recently obtained a complete dismissal of all claims asserted against its clients, the five members of the County Board of Supervisors and the Los Angeles County Sheriff, in People of Los Angeles Who Are Un-Housed v. Villanueva, et al. (Civ. No. 21-cv-07596).
Glaser Weil LLP’s Intellectual Property Department secured a patent infringement victory of $5.7 m for client and Plaintiff Aqua Connect, Inc. The federal jury trial took place in Delaware against Defendant TeamViewer US, LLC and TeamViewer Germany, GMBH.
Glaser Weil LLP’s Jason Grinnell shares his thoughts on an emerging topic in the real estate industry, the negotiations of a force majeure clause in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Glaser Weil is pleased to announce that Marc Indeglia, corporate and securities partner and Emil Petrossian, litigation partner have joined the firm. Based in the firm’s Century City office, Marc and Emil offer distinct specialties in the areas of mergers & acquisition, securities, and commercial and business litigation.
“One of the most important lessons I teach my students is that all business is personal,” Professor Barbara M Rubin, ’78, says. “Even monolithic institutions like Disney run on people.”
Glaser Weil LLP is pleased to announce the successful conclusion to a four-year-long pursuit of dismissal of over 250 individually named plaintiffs in a case involving the accidental release in August 2015 of “acid mine drainage” (AMD) from the abandoned Gold King Mine near Silverton, Colorado, the “Point Source” of the release.