Silent film careers typically tanked with the talkies, and stars of the silver screen often didn’t transition well to TV.
Byron Allen’s $10 billion lawsuit against Charter Communications Inc. is moving forward.
Media titan Sumner Redstone, who aggressively parlayed the drive-in theater chain founded by his father into one of the world’s biggest entertainment conglomerates, died Aug. 11 at his home Beverly Hills.
The field of alternative legal service providers, or ALSPs, is relatively new. But it’s growing quickly as corporate legal departments and law firms increasingly look for ways to cut costs.
An international business, JAMS is considered the dominant company in Los Angeles and the nation when it comes to private mediation and arbitration services.
In what the California Film Commission said is a sign that Hollywood is ready to return to work, the agency announced $40 million in tax credits.
Quarantine prompts a ‘sea change’ for operations
Los Angeles law firms have undergone dramatic changes in less than three months — a response to the Covid-19 quarantine and emerging technology.
While some firms are posting gains, category still faces a long road back
Covid-19 caused private equity fund managers to slam on the brakes but now they're facing some of the most complex deals of their careers.
Businesses may see hikes after vandalism, virus
Businesses throughout L.A. County will almost certainly face some combination of insurance rate increases, coverage cutbacks and new protective requirements as a result of recent looting and virus vulnerabilities.
NY firm adjusts after mass defections by partners
At the height of a heady courtship in February 2017, Chris Caldwell found himself on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, being wooed over dinner at the fashionable Harry Cipriani restaurant by David Boies, perhaps the preeminent trial lawyer of his generation.