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Ariel Neuman and Julian Burns Analyze the Recent Dismissal of Criminal Charges Against Backpage.com

Bird Marella attorneys Ariel Neuman and Julian Burns authored the article, “Backpage Dismissal Does Not Solve Websites’ Woes,” published by Law360. The article analyzes the implications of a recent ruling by a California Judge to dismiss all criminal charges against the website based on immunity granted to website ...

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Gary Lincenberg and Ariel Neuman Publish an Overview of U.S. White Collar Defense in The Investigations Review of the Americas

Attorneys Gary Lincenberg and Ariel Neuman authored the article, “United States: White-Collar Criminal Defence,” published in Global Investigations Review’s The Investigations Review of the Americas 2016. The article provides an overview of the factors that will lead to more time in the courtroom for white collar attorneys in the ...

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Ron Nessim and Scott Goldman Author Article on Mandatory Arbitration Provisions Involving Talent & Studios

Bird Marella attorneys Ron Nessim and Scott Goldman authored the article, "Mandatory Arbitration Provisions Involving Talent and Studios and Proposed Areas for Improvement," published by the UCLA Entertainment Law Review. The article examines the many issues and evolving trends relating to the major television studios insisting that their new contracts ...

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Nilay Vora Authors Article on Cross-Examination

Bird Marella attorney Nilay Vora authored the article, “Radical Cross-Examinations,” published by the American Bar Association's Minority Trial Lawyer Newsletter. The article details the limitations of the "textbook" cross-examination, describes the determining factors on whether or not to cross-examine or depose a witness, and provides an alternative and "radical" cross-examination ...

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Paul Chan Authors Article on Food Label Lawsuits

Bird Marella principal Paul Chan authored the article, “Liable Labels,” published by Los Angeles Lawyer Magazine. The article addresses the recent rise of food manufactures facing class action lawsuits alleging false or misleading food labeling, in addition to heightened scrutiny from government regulators. Mr. Chan goes on to explain the reason ...

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Gary Lincenberg and Peter Shakow Author Article on Economic Espionage

Bird Marella attorneys Gary Lincenberg and Peter Shakow authored the article, “A Secret No More - The Rise of Economic Espionage Prosecutions and How to Litigate Them,” published by Criminal Justice magazine. The article provides an historical overview of the Economic Espionage Act of 1996, reviews its provisions, and details ...

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Ron Nessim Authors Article on Five Things Talent Should Consider Before Bringing a Profit Participation Claim against a Studio

Bird Marella principal Ron Nessim authored the article “Five Things to Consider Before Bringing a Profits or Other Claim Against a Major Studio,” published by Green Hasson & Janks LLP Publications, detailing the five most important things talent should consider before filing a claim. To read the full article, click ...

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Gary Lincenberg and Ariel Neuman Publish an Overview of U.S. White Collar Defense in The Investigations Review of the Americas

Attorneys Gary Lincenberg and Ariel Neuman authored the article, “United States: White-Collar Criminal Defence,” published in Global Investigations Review’s The Investigations Review of the Americas 2015. The article provides an overview of the factors that will lead to more time in the courtroom for white collar attorneys in the ...

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Benjamin Gluck Speaks with Southern California Radio on Compound Medication Case

Principal Benjamin Gluck was featured in the article, “The Price of Pain: Indictments Allege a Massive Compound Cream Scam,” published by Southern California Radio, discussing his client in a case alleging $100 million in workers compensation insurance fraud. Click here to read the full article.

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Gary Lincenberg Featured in Law360 on Criminal Prosecution of UCLA Political Science Professor

Attorney Gary Lincenberg was featured in a Law360 article about his successful defense of the highly esteemed former Chair of the Political Science Department at UCLA, Michael Lofchie, in connection with the University's hiring of his wife as a program assistant for a four-week study abroad program. Prosecutors said Lofchie ...

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