Glaser Weil has created a multi-disciplinary COVID-19 Legal Response Taskforce consisting of highly experienced attorneys in our Litigation, Insurance, Real Estate, Government & Regulatory, Construction, Tax, Employment, Crisis Management & Response, Intellectual Property, and Entertainment practice groups.
The County of Los Angeles disagreed with this claim and the Leadership Academy filed suit. Glaser Weil attorneys Joel Klevens and William Mullen represented the County of Los Angeles at trial and prevailed on all causes of action.
Glaser Weil entertainment litigation partner Jill Basinger and associate Michael Smith co-authored an article for The Hollywood Reporter on the unintended consequences of a new California law, which prohibits survivors from entering into NDAs after filing civil lawsuits.
Glaser Weil LLP is pleased to announce that Robert Allen has joined the firm in its Century City office as a partner.
"For Women in Big Law, Holidays Bring Work, Expectations and (Hopefully) Some Rest"
As we enter the age of artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, our personal data matters more than ever. The IR Global Guide interviewed Glaser Weil partner, Aaron Allan and associate, Alexander Suarez regarding the future of data privacy and how data privacy laws in California are changing in response to GDPR.
Glaser Weil LLP is pleased to announce George Wall, partner and chair of the Mergers & Acquisitions Department has been elected to Chapman University’s Board of Trustees.
OCTANe welcomes Glaser Weil’s Partner and Chair of Mergers & Acquisitions Department to its Board of Directors.
Julie Gerchik will be a speaker on the "Litigation Round-up" panel, discussing a variety of issues in Entertainment Law–Sports, Music, Film and Television, and other key areas.
Partner Julie R. F. Gerchik and Associate Michael Smith co-authored the article, "Are Customized Arbitration Provisions the Answer?," featured in the Daily Journal.