Our Los Angeles attorneys help clients build city infrastructure, improve health care, advance technology and bring deep industry knowledge to fashion, art and entertainment.
Given LA’s position as a thriving business center, our attorneys there practice domestically and abroad on a range of finance, corporate, intellectual property, litigation and transactional matters.
Our clients are public agencies, cultural institutions, strategic and private investors, artists, fashion brands, health care organizations, emerging growth companies and renowned academic 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 J. Paul Getty Museum, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, DirecTV, H&M, Express, the Estate of Notorious B.I.G., Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles and Caltech.
We are committed to playing an active role in strengthening local organizations and participate in advancing charitable causes of the community. As an example, the Los Angeles office represented Venice Family Clinic in its historic acquisition of Common Ground, ensuring that Common Ground’s facility in Santa Monica will be able to provide continued support to those living with HIV and AIDS.
- Nixon Peabody Nabs Manatt Real Estate Pro In LA
Law360 | February 12, 2015
This feature story highlights the arrival of Los Angeles Real Estate partner Justin Thompson.
- Cities, States Consider Tapping Investors Via Crowdfunding
Law360 | January 20, 2015
Los Angeles Public Finance partner Rudy Salo is quoted in this story discussing increasing interest among state and local governments in crowdfunding.
- Will There be Life After Death for New Private Museums?
The Art Newspaper | January 7, 2015
Los Angeles Commercial Litigation partner and head of the firm’s Art &
Cultural Institutions team Thad Stauber is quoted in this column discussing the
futures of the single-donor museum following the passing of the founder. The
coverage notes Thad arranged San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s 100-year loan
of the world renowned Don and Doris Fisher Collection.