LOS ANGELES — Jesus may not have cared much about profits, but Christian films consistently deliver them. And after the blowout success of movies such as “The Passion of the Christ” — which pulled in more than $370 million on a $30 million production budget — and, more recently, “Heaven Is for Real,” Hollywood filmmakers increasingly are saying the time is right to put their faith in faith-based movies. More »
This webinar will discuss in broad strokes what the new law allows today, what it will soon allow, and whether the law is likely to have a dramatic impact on the landscape of how investors invest and how companies raise investment capital. More »
Three lawyers from Los Angeles firm also recognized in individual categories
Greenberg Glusker partner Brian Davidoff, was quoted in a January 27, 2016, article by Daily Journal reporter Steve Creighton on the opportunities for litigation funding of adversary cases in bankruptcy. The article discusses the current bankruptcy climate, the looming increase of bankruptcies and how litigation funders can be a viable option for bankruptcy trustees. More »
The big question in the National Football League this week is whether the San Diego Chargers will choose to relocate to Los Angeles. A decision could come down later this week, but in the meantime fans might look at recent trademark applications to predict the football team’s future.