Volkswagen (VW) consumers are bringing suit against VW for its newest scheme, an attempt to recoup lost profits as a result of the “dirty diesel” fraud scandal.
Glaser Weil is pleased to announce that its client the California New Car Dealers Association (CNCDA) achieved an important milestone in CNCDA’s request for an investigation into Volvo’s subscription program known as Care by Volvo (CbV).
Glaser Weil is proud to announce its part in a joint venture between client Ocean West Capital Partners and Lionstone Partners to acquire 777 Aviation Blvd. in El Segundo. The $170 million acquisition secured a 318,200 sq. ft. office building.
Glaser Weil is pleased to announce that Partner Jan Weir, Of Counsel Kathrine Brandt, and Associate Stephen Underwood have joined the firm. Based in the firm’s Newport Beach office, the IP litigators offer distinct specialties in the areas of molecular biology, biochemistry, chemistry, neuroscience, and physics.
Glaser Weil is proud to announce that Julie R. F. Gerchik has been elevated to partner in the firm’s Litigation Department.
Glaser Weil is pleased to announce that it has been awarded recertification in Meritas, a global alliance of independent business law firms.
Glaser Weil LLP, Freeh Sporkin & Sullivan, LLP (“FSS”) and Freeh Group International Solutions, LLC (“FGIS”) today announced the launch of a strategic alliance, one capable of deploying their vast resources and experience as a combined legal and investigative powerhouse focused on risk management, investigations and comprehensive representation in highly complex and strategic matters.
Glaser Weil is pleased to announced that Real Estate Partner Peter Breckheimer has been elected into the American College of Real Estate Lawyers (ACREL), a premier organization of U.S. real estate lawyers.
Glaser Weil is pleased to announce that Thomas F. Hanley III has joined the Firm as a Partner in the Real Estate Department.
Glaser Weil is pleased to announce a victory on behalf of its client, PersonalWeb. On May 13, 2019 the Federal Circuit reversed its original inter partes review (IPR) proceeding determination, on the basis that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) lacked substantial evidence in the final written decision.