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Experts: Drought Could Reverse Downturn in Bankruptcies

Greenberg Glusker partner Brian Davidoff was quoted in an article that ran in the Los Angeles Daily Journal about current predictions that the bankruptcy industry will soon see a spike in bankruptcy cases as a result of the state’s ongoing drought. Read More »

News 31 July 2015

Nuns Intensify Fight Over Sale of Convent to Katy Perry

Greenberg Glusker, “a Hollywood powerhouse,” and its representation of the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in their case against Katy Perry continue to gain media attention in The New York Times’ article “Nuns intensify Fight Over Sale of Convent to Katy Perry.” Read More »

News 19 July 2015

Boxer Bernard Hopkins Puts Up $100 Million Fight Against Promoter’s Alleged Antitrust Violations

Greenberg Glusker Litigation attorneys Ricardo Cestero, Bert Fields and James Molen are mentioned in the July issue of Westlaw Journal Entertainment Industry's article "Boxer Bernard Hopkins Puts Up $100 Million Fight Against Promoter’s Alleged Antitrust Violations." Read More »

News 01 July 2015

Chambers USA 2015 Ranks Greenberg Glusker’s Environmental Practice Group and Partners David Cranston and Pete Nyquist

Greenberg Glusker announced that Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business recognized the firm’s Environmental Practice Group for the third year in a row, and has also recognized the two lead environmental partners, David Cranston and Peter Nyquist. Read More »

News 15 June 2015

Glen A. Rothstein Discusses Brady DeflateGate Appeal on The Fresh Outlook

Glen A. Rothstein offers his insights on Ebru TV's The Fresh Outlook regarding NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to arbitrate the Brady DeflateGate Appeal. Read More »

News 18 May 2015

Bonnie Eskenazi Quoted in “ACLU Pushes for Probe of Alleged Bias Against Women in Hollywood” on Bloomberg.com

Greenberg Glusker's Bonnie Eskenazi provides commentary for Bloomberg.com regarding the ACLU's push for US and civil rights agencies to investigate alleged bias against women in the film and TV industry. Read More »

News 12 May 2015

The Blurred Lines Verdict: Bad Business For Artistic Freedom Or Business As Usual For The Music Industry?

Greenberg Glusker partner Glen A. Rothstein was quoted in a Law360 article $7.4M 'Blurred Lines' Award Sounds Risk Of IP Jury Trials (subscription required), on March 11, 2015, reporting upon a California federal jury’s finding that the song “Blurred Lines” copyright infringed upon a Marvin Gaye hit, “Got to Give It Up, despite a pre-trial court ruling preventing the jury from hearing the actual recording of Gaye’ song at trial. Read More »

News 10 April 2015

College Athletes Target Broadcast Bounty

Glen A. Rothstein, an entertainment and intellectual property litigation partner and a founding member of Greenberg Glusker’s Sports Law Practice Group, was quoted in an April 8, 2015 Variety article, “College Athletes Target Broadcast Bounty” by Ted Johnson, about recent litigation involving the movement to compensate college athletes Read More »

News 07 April 2015

9th Circ. Panel Bolsters Trustee’s Reach-Back Powers

In a recent decision, the United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel of the Ninth Circuit resolved what it described as an issue of “first impression” in the Ninth Circuit — whether or not the two-year statute of limitations provided by Section 546(a) of the Bankruptcy Code “. . . preempts a state-law statute of repose such as California Civil Code § 3439.09(c).” Read More »

News 07 April 2015

Greenberg Glusker’s Eskenazi negotiates Marley Natural deal

Bonnie Eskenazi, Partner in Greenberg Glusker's Intellectual Property and Litigation departments, is discussed in InsideCounsel's article titled "Greenberg Glusker’s Eskenazi negotiates Marley Natural deal." Read More »

News 31 March 2015

UCool's Super Bowl ad game Heroes Charge is 'cut and dried' case of copyright infringement

Greenberg Glusker's Intellectual Property chair, Jesse Saivar, was quoted in VentureBeat's article entitled Read More »

News 25 March 2015

So You want to Join the Big Leagues?

Laura A. Zwicker and Stefanie J. Lipson co-authored an article for Sports Litigation Alert based on their experience representing the Sterling estate in the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to Steve Ballmer. Read More »

News 16 March 2015

“Blurred Lines” Verdict as Precedent

Glen Rothstein speaks with Gil Gross of Talk 910AM KKSF in San Francisco about the Read More »

News 11 March 2015

Tom Cruise, Doug Liman Eye Reteam on Universal’s ‘Mena’

The firm’s representation of Tom Cruise with regard to Universal’s “Mena” project is mentioned in Variety magazine. Read More »

News 14 January 2015

MGM Settles James Bond Copyright Lawsuit Over Universal's 'Section 6'

The firm’s representation of Universal by Bert Fields, Aaron Moss and Daniel Stone regarding the “Bond” settlement is mentioned in The Hollywood Reporter. Read More »

News 07 January 2015

How Should Ballmer's $2 Billion Purchase Of Clippers Impact NBA Team Values?

Pierce O’Donnell’s representation of Shelly Sterling in the Clippers matter is mentioned in Forbes’ article entitled “How Should Ballmer’s $2 Billion Purchase Of Clippers Impact NBA Team Values?” Read More »

News 09 December 2014

Fiscal Cliff Deal Extends $5 Million Estate and Gift Tax Credit and Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax Exemption, but Increases Tax Rate to 40%

The "fiscal cliff" bill permanently extends the favorable gift, estate and generation-skipping transfer tax provisions that were in effect during 2011 and 2012, but increases the tax rate from 35% to 40%. Read More »

News 02 January 2013

Tax Reporting Obligations Beyond Your Personal Income Tax Return

Gift tax returns, fiduciary income tax returns and foundation tax returns are just a few examples of returns you may be required to file by April 17, 2012. Read More »

News 30 March 2012

Greenberg Glusker Obtains $2M Verdict Against Regency Outdoor Advertising

Greenberg Glusker has secured a two million dollar verdict against Regency Outdoor Advertising on behalf of its clients, West Hollywood nightclub Whisky-A-Go-Go and Ace Outdoor Advertising. Read More »

News 08 September 2011

Greenberg Glusker Partners Norman Levine and Aaron Moss Represent Costco in the US Supreme Court

Greenberg Glusker Partners Norman Levine and Aaron Moss Represent Costco in the US Supreme Court Read More »

News 09 November 2010

Greenberg Glusker Wins Trial Surrounding California Solar Rights Act

Greenberg Glusker Wins Trial Surrounding California Solar Rights Act Read More »

News 17 November 2009

Greenberg Glusker Resolves Landmark "Lord of the Rings" Dispute

Greenberg Glusker Resolves Landmark "Lord of the Rings" Dispute Read More »

News 08 September 2009

Tax Reporting on Foreign Entities or Activities

Tax Reporting on Foreign Entities or Activities Read More »

News 07 April 2009

Greenberg Glusker's 50th Anniversary Featured in Variety

Greenberg Glusker's 50th Anniversary Featured in Variety Read More »

News 03 April 2009

The Hollywood Reporter Features Greenberg Glusker

The Hollywood Reporter Features Greenberg Glusker Read More »

News 30 March 2009

Think Godzilla's Scary? Meet His Lawyers

"Think Godzilla's Scary? Meet His Lawyers" Read More »

News 24 November 2008

Employment Bulletin Regarding Meals & Rest Periods

Employment Bulletin Regarding Meals & Rest Periods Read More »

News 08 August 2008

Unconstitutionality of Defense Of Marriage Act Has Broad Reaching Implications For Tax and Wealth Planning And Tax Compliance Of Same-Sex Married Couples

While the focus of news coverage is currently centered around the Court’s equal protection of heterosexual and same-sex couples, there are broad reaching tax and wealth planning implications of these rulings to consider. Read More »

News 01 January 0001

New Commercial Lease Requirement for Disability Access Inspection Disclosure

Commercial lease agreements executed on or after July 1st must include a provision disclosing whether the premises has been... Read More »

News 01 January 0001

New SEC Rules

New SEC rules are likely to significantly affect the way private securities offerings are conducted in the United States. Read More »

News 01 January 0001