Greenberg Glusker is proud to announce that Partner Aaron J. Moss has been named by the Daily Journal as one of the “Top 75 Intellectual Property Litigators in California” for the third time. Moss heads the Firm’s Litigation Group and focuses on entertainment industry IP matters, protecting the rights of owners and users of motion pictures, books, fictional characters and other creative content. Read More »
The ACLU noted the victory sent “a strong message to the parole commission that it must change its procedures nationwide or face more lawsuits.” Read More »
Greenberg Glusker recently represented MNX as deal counsel in MNX's acquisition of a division of AirNet. Read More »
The Court concluded that while "an employer must relieve the employee of all duty for the designated period," the employer "is not obligated to police meal breaks and ensure no work thereafter is performed." Read More »
Greenberg Glusker announced today the election of attorney Brian H. Kang, a member of the Firm’s Real Estate practice, to Partner. Read More »
On January 1, 2013, the first generation of copyright transfers made under the 1976 Copyright Act will become eligible for statutory termination, enabling creators of copyrighted properties and their heirs to unwind their own transactions and reacquire potentially valuable rights to longsince transferred works. The implications for successful, enduring franchises created after 1978 could be dramatic. Read More »
Being an officer of a corporation can be the heady experience of a lifetime. On the upside is the opportunity to be a strategic thinker, a lauded visionary, the captain of a profitable venture and the recipient of com-pensation beyond one’s dreams.
But there is a downside, and it can be equally dramatic. Read More »