"Breaking Up Is Hard To Do” will analyze common disputes that arise between “money” and “sponsor” partners with respect to equity investments in commercial projects, and ways to avoid them.
The REAL Symposium is a joint presentation of The State Bar of California Real Property Law Section and Stanford Professionals in Real Estate (SPIRE).
Peter Sheridan and Alex Linhardt co-authored a guide for the construction industry, and the lawyers advising it, toward a usable arbitration provision.
Mr. Miller handles a wide variety of business, antitrust and intellectual property disputes from pre-litigation through trial and appeal in courts across the country. His clients span from individuals to Fortune 100 companies in a wide range of industries, including biotechnology, finance and insurance, entertainment, real estate development and manufacturing.
Mr. Tabibian provides counsel and legal representation to his clients in a broad range of real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, construction and development, leasing, debt and equity financing, loan workouts, joint ventures, and 1031 exchanges.
The City Council adopted, and the Mayor signed, amendments (“Amendments”) to the Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) to require landlords to provide additional information in the event of tenant buyouts.
Glaser Weil is pleased to announce the addition of veteran sports agent and attorney Joseph C. Longo to the Firm’s Trusts & Estates practice.
What commercial landlords need to know to comply with a new disability disclosure law.
Mr. Pines has more than 20 years of experience in probate, entertainment and real estate litigation representing a wide range of prominent individuals and major corporations in high-stakes litigation.
Clare Bronowski, a Partner in Glaser Weil’s Real Estate and Government & Regulatory Law departments, will be presenting “Breaking Ground: Building and Development” at the 2016 Real Estate Women's Forum California.