Our Los Angeles attorneys help clients build city infrastructure, develop pharmaceuticals and medical devices, advance technology and improve health care.
Given LA's position as a thriving business center, our attorneys there practice domestically and abroad on a range of finance, corporate and transactional matters.
Our clients are public agencies, cultural institutions and renowned educational institutions creating innovations that will drive society far into the future. They include the City and County of Los Angeles, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the University of Southern California, the State of California, the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles and Caltech.
We are active participants in advancing charitable causes of the community. As an example, the Los Angeles office handles pro bono cases for Kids in Need of Defense (KIND), an initiative that helps unaccompanied children navigate the U.S. immigration process. In addition, we are active supporters of the It Gets Better Project, which inspires hope for young people facing harassment.
- The Past, Present and Future of Stem Cells
Daily Journal | August 27, 2014
Los Angeles office managing partner Seth Levy and Los Angeles patent agent Stephen Chen co-authored this column looking at the state of stem cells and what’s next.
- 5 Questions Before Cos. Enter Worker Arbitration Deals
Law360 | August 18, 2014
Los Angeles Labor & Employment counsel Richard Bromley provides commentary on questions employers should ask themselves before drafting arbitration deals.
- Immigration-Related Liability for Calif. Employers Rises
Law360 | July 25, 2014
Los Angeles Labor & Employment counsel Richard Bromley, Los Angeles Labor & Employment associate Erin Holyoke and San Francisco Labor & Employment partner Paul Lynd discuss a California Supreme Court ruling finding that employers should not continue to employ workers after discovery of unauthorized status because doing so may expose them to further liability.