Posts tagged "Southern California Super Lawyers"

From the Vault - Going Way Back With Morgan Chu

With the recent release of the 2017 Southern California Super Lawyers Magazine we wanted to take a look back at the cover feature for our first ever magazine in that region. Legendary Los Angeles IP litigator Morgan Chu has been making headlines his entire career-including in the pages of Super Lawyers. Here we look back at Chu's journey to the law and his incredible career, as first written in the 2004 edition of Southern California Super Lawyers Magazine.

Adrian M. Pruetz Talks Technological Changes and Pre-Planned Vacations

pruetz-headshot.jpgIn the latest issue of Southern California Super Lawyers magazine magazine, we talk with IP and business litigator Adrian M. Pruetz of Glaser Weil Fink Jacobs Howard Avchen & Shapiro. The Q&A, "Wanted: Shades of Grey," is online. The following is the second of two blog-exclusive excerpts from the interview. Part I can be read here. 

Talking Mentors with Adrian M. Pruetz

pruetz-headshot.jpgIn the latest issue of Southern California Super Lawyers magazine magazine, we talk with IP and business litigator Adrian M. Pruetz of Glaser Weil Fink Jacobs Howard Avchen & Shapiro. The Q&A, "Wanted: Shades of Grey," is online. What follows is the first of two blog-exclusive excerpts from the interview.

Taking Advantage of Bankruptcy with Michael L. Tuchin

Are there advantages for a company in bankruptcy? When is a senior lender not a senior lender? How do you cap a claim asserted by a landlord? In this exclusive interview, bankrupty attorney Michael L. Tuchin, of the firm Klee, Tuchin, Bogdanoff & Stern in Los Angeles, and our cover subject for the 2012 issue of Southern California Super Lawyers magazine, talks about some of the advantages of filing a chapter 11:

In the Latest Issue of Southern California Super Lawyers...

LXSL12.jpgThe latest issue of Southern California Super Lawyers magazine is now available online, as a digital magazine, and, of course, in print.

Boutique IP Firm, Pruetz Law Group, Merges with LA's Glaser Weil

Last October, when we interviewed intellectual property litigator Adrian Pruetz for the upcoming issue of Southern California Super Lawyers magazine (out in February), she was running her own boutique firm, with daughter Erica, four associates, and two paralegals, in El Segundo, Cal.

Entertainment Attorney Eric Weissmann Talks Awards and Oscars

Last year we interviewed Beverly Hills entertainment attorney Eric Weissmann, of the firm Weissmann Wolff Bergman Coleman Grodin & Evall, for Southern California Super Lawyers magazine. The full Q&A, "Take Your Violin and Go Back to Vienna," can be read at the link. The first part of the unpublished excerpts can be read here. What follows is part II...

Entertainment Lawyer Eric Weissmann on Creative Control, Industry Changes, and the End of 'Jaws' at Warner Bros.

Last year we interviewed Beverly Hills entertainment attorney Eric Weissmann in the Q&A "Take Your Violin and Go Back to Vienna!" for Southern California Super Lawyers magazine. What follows is part of the discussion that didn't make it into print.

The lawyers arguing the historic Wal-Mart Case

The largest employment discrimination case in U.S. history, involving more than a million women accusing Wal-Mart Stores of unfair pay and promotions, could face the Supreme Court nearly a decade after the suit was filed. This case of national significance for class action law is being handled on all sides by attorneys selected to Super Lawyers lists. Theodore Boutrous Jr. (Southern California Super Lawyers, 2005 to 2010) represents Wal-Mart. Joseph Sellers (Washington DC Super Lawyers, 2007 to 2010) and Brad Seligman (Northern California Super Lawyers, 2005 to 2009) are among the lawyers representing the plaintiffs. Wal-Mart is asking the Supreme Court to review whether the suit should have involved individual filings rather than proceeding as a class action lawsuit, which could cost the retail giant more than $1 billion in damages.