The firm is representing Blaze Mobile, a minority owned company, and its founder/CEO, Michelle Fisher, in a action by Samsung for a declaration of non-infringement relating to eight Blaze patents in the mobile payment and non-browser based app space.
Marc L. Benezra is Of Counsel to the firm in its Real Estate Department and will work out of the firm’s Century City office.
Since the passage of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Opportunity Zones have received much interest from the media, politicians and investors. Certain reports in the media have indicated that the time for investing in Opportunity Zones has passed. Fortunately, the reports of the death of Opportunity Zones are an exaggeration.
Glaser Weil LLP welcomes Richard Gottlieb, one of the nation’s leading financial services lawyers. Richard is the chief legal officer of Leap Theory, LLC and Of Counsel to the firm, in its Financial Services group.
Doron M. Tisser joins the firm as partner and will Co-Chair the Trusts & Estates Department.
Glaser Weil is pleased to announce that Karen Ahearn, Elias Dabaie, Matthew Jann, and Jesse Levin have been elevated to partner.
His practice includes purchases and sales of commercial properties, office, retail, healthcare, and industrial leases, and real estate finance.
Glaser Weil's Aaron Allan, environmental & energy partner; Matt Jann, corporate assoicite; Mryiam Biz, litigation and real estate associate offer their jurisdiction-specific advice on how they can help you explore & secure market entry opportunities.
Patricia Glaser addressed the 2021 South Asian Bar Associate National Retreat.
Late last week, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law three bills, Senate Bills (SB) 8, 9, and 10, intended to expand housing production, streamline housing permitting, and increase density. Some are heralding these laws as a win for small scale housing development, while other rue the further erosion of local control.