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Guiding Lights: 2020 Law Firms Special Report Roundtable

Some of LA’s top lawyers weigh in on their changing industry — and offer guidance for businesses

An all-star panel of L.A. attorneys share insights into how their business clients' legal needs are evolving, how tech is changing their industry and more.


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Workers Keep Ports Active

Cargo flow continues amid precautions at LA, LB

While most businesses nationwide are temporarily closing or asking employees to work from home, thousands of workers in San Pedro Bay continue transferring containers off and on cargo ships.


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Watt Cos. Courts a New Generation

Developer dials up multifamily projects

After recent leadership changes that included Nadine Watt taking on the title of chief executive, Watt Cos. is again focused on housing.


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Mixed-use Cumulus towers will anchor revitalized area

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Keeping Our Community of Business™ Together

For a limited time, the Los Angeles Business Journal is providing all readers with free access to its online content and its digital version of the print edition.
By Josh Schimmels

LA County's Pre-Covid-19 Unemployment Rate Held Steady at 4.3% in February

L.A. County's unemployment rate held steady at 4.3% in February, the last reporting period before the arrival of Covid-19.

Real Estate Quarterly

Watch a recap of the Real Estate Quarterly Special Report. L.A. Business Journal Publisher and CEO Anna Magzanyan discusses what’s driving development in areas like Highland Park and sectors like industrial real estate in this Spectrum News 1 interview.

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The CRE Awards dinner will honor the most successful brokers and broker teams in Los Angeles. We will honor the developer, architect, and general contractor of each award-winning project. Prior to our awards dinner, we will host a Commercial Real Estate Outlook and Trends panel. Our panel of experts will weigh in on the latest developments and how the LA market will be impacted this year.
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READER POLL: Should there be limits to the types of companies that are eligible to receive funds from the coronavirus stimulus bill?
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The CRE Awards dinner will honor the most successful brokers and broker teams in Los Angeles. We will honor the developer, architect, and general contractor of each award-winning project. Prior to our awards dinner, we will host a Commercial Real Estate Outlook and Trends panel. Our panel of experts will weigh in on the latest developments and how the LA market will be impacted this year.
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