The firm was recently engaged to represent one of the world’s leading cryptocurrency mining companies in the sale of its assets to Hyperblock Technology Corp., itself the owner of a large mining facility in North America.
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Firm partner Steve Heath was recently quoted in a Philadelphia Business Journal article on a financial dispute surrounding Venezia FC, a prominent Italian soccer club. The article, entitled Risky Play, describes how the club is suing a Philadelphia-based private equity fund for allegedly reneging on a deal to provide a much-needed cash injection into the business. Steve’s commentary… learn more »
Firm partner Roger Steinbeck has been named in the 2018 Southern California Super Lawyers list of ‘Rising Stars,’ a legal industry recognition awarded to only 2.5% of all lawyers in Los Angeles. Mr. Steinbeck was listed within the section relating to business and corporate matters, reflecting his growing reputation as a leading advisor to start-up and emerging companies.
The firm has been engaged as general counsel to M.R. Walls, LLC, the firm of celebrated designer Mario Romano. Mr. Romano has developed an innovative design and digital fabrication process for custom architectural fixtures in residential and commercial properties. He designed and developed the famed “Wave House” located in Venice, California.
Intrepid Spirits, an international beverage company focused on the development, production, and distribution of heritage spirits brands, has hired the firm has general counsel. Intrepid’s brands include Egan’s Irish Whiskey and Mad March Hare. The firm’s responsibilities include advising Intrepid with respect to corporate governance and transactions, as well as handling the legal side of its day-to-day operations.
The firm recently obtained a judgment for Smash Enterprises, a Melbourne, Australia-based manufacturer of ‘back to school’ products, in a lawsuit against its former U.S. distributor. The lawsuit was brought under the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the Sale of International Goods and proceeded in federal court in Texas. After successfully moving to dismiss… learn more »
The firm recently filed a breach of contract and contractual interference lawsuit against a national marketing firm and Fortune 500 car retailer CarMax. The lawsuit alleges that the defendants breached an agreement for pay a consultant’s fee in connection with a marketing campaign concerning a well-known celebrity, and is proceeding in the Los Angeles Superior… learn more »
The firm has been engaged as general counsel by a leading private security firm offering protection services to some of Hollywood’s leading talent. Our role includes advising on and overseeing the formation of the clien’s operating subsidiary in Europe, as well as directly handling corporate and employment matters in the U.S.
The firm has been engaged as defense counsel in a dispute arising out of a commercial lease for high-end office space in downtown Los Angeles, in which the plaintiff landlord is seeking to attach luxury real estate belonging to the tenant’s former chief executive officer. The landlord alleges that the CEO bought the property with… learn more »
The firm recently filed two lawsuits in federal court, one in California and the other in Texas, for claims arising under the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the Sale of International Goods. In California, the firm’s client is a luxury fashion brand asserting claims against its former manufacturer, based in Italy, arising out of… learn more »