Greenberg Glusker announced that Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business has recognized three of the firm’s practices, along with six attorneys in their most recent guide.
Recognized practices include: Environment, Media & Entertainment: Litigation; and for the first time, the firm’s Private Client Services Group has been recognized by Chambers for Tax: Estate Planning.
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Rock 'n' roll history remains intact: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant are still the only writers credited with Led Zeppelin's iconic "Stairway to Heaven," and top music lawyers aren't surprised that a jury on Thursday cleared them of a copyright infringement claim. Hochberg says a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling could make this case a "stairway to hell" for Michael Skidmore, the trustee who sued on behalf of late Spirit songwriter Randy Wolfe's estate. More »
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Three lawyers from Los Angeles firm also recognized in individual categories
LOS ANGELES – June 24, 2016 – Greenberg Glusker’s Private Client Service Group, which is widely recognized for its superior trust and estates services to entertainment, technology and business industry titans, has been recognized in Chambers and Partners’ inaugural High Net Worth Guide published this month. The Guide recognizes law firms and their trust and estate professionals who provide quality wealth planning and tax counsel to their clients. More »
Thursday's verdict for Led Zeppelin in the copyright trial over the 1971 hit song "Stairway to Heaven" reaffirms the creative rights of songwriters while demonstrating the difficulties in pursuing infringement over sheet music, according to legal experts following the case. Hochberg said the jury could have been convinced that Wolfe "didn't invent the A minor chord with a descending bass line" found in both songs. More »