The mission of this Forum is to educate attorneys about the legal issues that pertain to practices in the entertainment, arts and sports industries, and to foster excellence in the practice of law in these fields.
How will regulations for existing power plants affect California?
This article describes the complex deal involving more than 100 sites, multiple sellers, several law firms, assets and stock and a bidding war.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem will pay tribute to our law partner and friend Patricia L. Glaser on Sunday, June 8, 2014, by conferring upon her the degree of Doctor Philosophiae Honoris Causa of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem during an official ceremony in Jerusalem.
Law360 Q&A with Patty Glaser
Mr. McOsker will give a market update and speak about post development issues, focusing on new and pending legislation with an emphasis on public/private partnerships, as well as the impact of the elimination of redevelopment agencies.
Glaser Weil Litigators Patricia Glaser and Jill Basinger Earn Spot on Top Verdicts of 2013 List
Mr. Cypers focuses on complex financial cases locally and nationally. His clients typically include participants in significant financial transactions, such as private equity firms, hedge funds and venture capitalists.
Two young entertainment attorneys give credit to Barbara M. Rubin, a Glaser Weil partner and head of the Firm's Entertainment Department, for the strong foundation she provided them through her mentorship and as head of Loyola Law School's Entertainment Law Practicum.
In this week's Jewish Journal, Glaser Weil Managing Partner Peter Weil discusses how his passions for history, Judaism and making a difference for the community led to his initial involvement in the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.