EXPANSION: Latham hire Dan Burnham will focus on early stage companies.
L.A.’s largest firm by revenue is moving further into the growing local startup scene.
HEALTH CARE: Shareholders fight execs over Avanti’s money.
Investors in Avanti Hospitals accuse executives of doctoring finances to their benefit.
Bruce P. Jeffer’s conservative approach over 30 years has turned his law firm into one of L.A.’s most profitable.
Lawyer Bruce P. Jeffer works to catch magic in a bottle as an avid wine collector.
APPAREL: But company’s future still tied to prospects of European recovery.
Investors see Guess may be on the road to a turnaround. But its European market is still a problem.
Real Estate: Developer’s terms too much for investor.
Partnership is left with little room for comfort when the two parties vacate apartment deal.
DINING: CPK looks to ax longtime relationship as part of cost cutting.
California Pizza Kitchen looks to shake soda deal with Pepsi as part of the chain’s cost-cutting strategy.
SPECIAL REPORT: Wealthiest Angelenos
Soaring stocks made up the lion’s share of surging portfolios.
LAUNCH: Jerry Oshinsky, Linda Kornfeld open Kasowitz Benson office.
New York firm Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman LLP has poached two of the region’s most renowned insurance recovery litigators to start an L.A. office.
REAL ESTATE: Neighbors knock using condos for business.
Some condo homeowners associations are trying to stop residents from using their units as offices.
INVESTIGATION: State Bar could take more steps against Gene W. Choe.
Gene W. Choe, founder of what was once one of the city’s largest law firms fighting home foreclosures, has been ruled ineligible to practice law in California pending further disciplinary hearings.