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August 4, 1995 | TINA DAUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He rarely gets hounded for autographs like Robert L. Shapiro, and his courtroom cadence will never be confused with Johnnie L. Cochran Jr.'s. But when O.J. Simpson's defense attorneys need legal advice, Larry R. Feldman is their lawyer of choice. Feldman represented Cochran when he was slapped with a palimony suit recently by his former mistress. (Feldman succeeded in getting most of the lawsuit thrown out).
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August 4, 1995 | TINA DAUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He rarely gets hounded for autographs like Robert L. Shapiro, and his courtroom cadence will never be confused with Johnnie L. Cochran Jr.'s. But when O.J. Simpson's defense attorneys need legal advice, Larry R. Feldman is their lawyer of choice. Feldman represented Cochran when he was slapped with a palimony suit recently by his former mistress. (Feldman succeeded in getting most of the lawsuit thrown out).
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July 25, 1995 | TINA DAUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lawyers for defense attorney Robert L. Shapiro and New Yorker magazine on Monday filed motions seeking the dismissal of a $50-million libel suit filed by Los Angeles Police Detective Mark Fuhrman. In separate filings, attorneys representing Shapiro and the New Yorker contended that their clients did not defame Fuhrman in an article that appeared in the July 25, 1994, issue of the magazine.
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July 25, 1995 | TINA DAUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lawyers for defense attorney Robert L. Shapiro and New Yorker magazine on Monday filed motions seeking the dismissal of a $50-million libel suit filed by Los Angeles Police Detective Mark Fuhrman. In separate filings, attorneys representing Shapiro and the New Yorker contended that their clients did not defame Fuhrman in an article that appeared in the July 25, 1994, issue of the magazine.
BUSINESS
May 14, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Workers' Comp Panel Established: The Los Angeles County Bar Assn. and the Los Angeles County district attorney's office have named an 18-member task force to make recommendations on the best ways to prosecute workers' compensation fraud. The panel, headed by trial lawyer and former County Bar Assn. President Larry R. Feldman, expects to submit its report in two months.
NEWS
June 28, 1987
Larry R. Feldman, a plaintiff's lawyer and former president of the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Assn., will become president of the Los Angeles County Bar Assn. July 1. With 20,000 members, the group is the nation's largest local Bar association. Also elected were Margaret M. Morrow, president-elect; Harry L. Hathaway, senior vice president; Patrick M. Kelly, vice president, and six new trustees, Josie Gonzalez, Otto M. Kaus, Roderick W. Leonard, Harvey I. Saferstein, Charles D.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1993
One of Michael Jackson's lawyers took issue Thursday with comments by the entertainer's sister suggesting that Jackson had molested young boys over a number of years. "I don't believe there's any merit whatsoever to anything she said," said Howard Weitzman, one of Jackson's attorneys, echoing denials by Jackson's mother and several other siblings.
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May 1, 1986 | BARBARA BAIRD, Times Staff Writer
A Santa Monica Superior Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought damages from Los Angeles county for a 1980 swimming accident in which a San Fernando Valley man was paralyzed from the neck down after he dived into the surf at Santa Monica Beach. David Geffen, 27, claimed in the suit that lifeguards did not warn him, either verbally or by posting signs, that the surf was dangerous on the day of the accident. He said that had warning signs been posted, he would not have dived into the surf.
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April 6, 1986 | NANCY GRAHAM, Times Staff Writer
A 27-year-old San Fernando Valley man is asking the county to pay damages for injuries he suffered in 1980 when he dived into the surf at Santa Monica Beach. David Geffen, who was paralyzed from the neck down, is charging in a damage suit being heard in Santa Monica Superior Court that the beach was dangerous the day he was injured and that lifeguards did not warn him of the danger, either by posting signs or by voice.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 9, 1993 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Michael Jackson's sister LaToya hinted Wednesday that she believes her brother is guilty of sexually molesting young boys and of paying off their families to keep them quiet. "I just think Michael needs help," LaToya Jackson told reporters at a Tel Aviv news conference, according to wire service reports. "This has been going on since 1981, and it's not just one child."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1994 | JEANNETTE REGALADO
Two firefighters implicated as arson suspects in last year's Calabasas-Malibu fire filed a lawsuit Monday charging Los Angeles County and Sheriff Sherman Block with defaming them and violating their civil rights, according to their attorney. Nicholas A. Durepo and Steven R. Shelp filed the suit in Los Angeles Superior Court, asking for unspecified damages, said Larry R. Feldman, who is representing both men. The lawsuit was expected.
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