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November 20, 1990 | NANCY RIVERA BROOKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Laventhol & Horwath, the nation's seventh-largest accounting firm, may be dissolved or put into bankruptcy, with some of its offices--including its Orange County operation--forming independent partnerships or affiliating with other firms, partners said Monday. The firm, whose legal and financial troubles have mounted in recent months, declined to comment. But its 350 or so partners met over the weekend in Houston to decide the Philadelphia firm's fate.
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BUSINESS
June 25, 2011 | By E. Scott Reckard, Los Angeles Times
Scattered across 540 acres of San Diego County hills and ravines, the 235 opulent homes of the Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe flank a private golf course and country club with tile-roofed towers inspired by Tuscan villages. The placid panorama belies decades of bruising battles among the project's developers. The cast includes home-building titan Lennar Corp., a bankrupt La Jolla deal maker and, in an improbable late entry, con man-turned-preacher Barry Minkow. The dispute ultimately led to a federal criminal conviction against Minkow and a continuing investigation by the Justice Department.
NEWS
July 21, 1987
The Los Angeles law firm of Kadison, Pfaelzer, Woodard, Quinn & Rossi went out of business Monday and a receiver was named to take over the 100-attorney firm, which had filed a petition in Superior Court for voluntary dissolution. John J. Quinn and several other partners announced last month that they were going to set up their own office, reportedly after a disagreement with another principal partner, Stuart L. Kadison, who wanted the 20-year-old firm to expand to compete with larger firms.
NEWS
February 8, 2012 | By Amina Khan, Los Angeles Times / For the Booster Shots blog
Online dating has come a long way from its less-than-positive association with the personal ad. But is it actually a better way to meet that special someone? In some ways yes -- and in others, maybe not, according to a study on online dating released by the journal Psychological Science in the Public Interest. "Romantic relationships can begin anywhere. When Cupid's arrow strikes, you might be at church or at school, playing chess or softball, searching for a partner at a party, or minding your own business on the train," the authors write . "But sometimes Cupid goes on vacation, or takes a long nap, or kicks back for a marathon of Lifetime original movies.
NEWS
March 30, 1987 | GARY LIBMAN
Pat Taylor remembers the stigma surrounding genital herpes when he discovered he had the disease 15 years ago. "It was almost impossible to talk about it," said the Anaheim engineer, 45, at a recent meeting of a herpes support group called Orange County HELP. "You could not find anybody educated enough to not be scared to death." But Taylor, who has been married twice and dated in between while he has had the disease, said that today, things are different.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 6, 1987 | COLMAN ANDREWS
385 North is no more. The big, contemporary-style restaurant on N. La Cienega Boulevard, which opened with great fanfare in February of 1984, has turned into Rosalie's--a Southern California branch (or rather reinterpretation) of the popular San Francisco restaurant of the same name. Rosalie's will be operated by Bill Belloli, with Rick O'Connell (who is a woman) as executive chef, both of whom serve the same functions at the Bay Area original.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 16, 2013 | By Richard Verrier
Rampant piracy, government censorship and foreign quotas can make China a highly unpredictable and frustrating market for Hollywood. But one of China's top entertainment executives has some homespun advice: Make friends and be patient. "To succeed in China, it's like the old the Chinese saying: Before business, make friends," said Jerry Ye, chief executive of Wanda Cinemas, at an international panel on the opening day of Cinemacon, the annual convention for the theater industry held in Las Vegas.
BUSINESS
December 30, 1987
Eight attorneys have become partners at the law firm of Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker. They include: Claudia Carver, Kirk Pasich and Leigh P. Ryan, Los Angeles office; Michael A. Hodel and John J. McCauley, Orange County; Nancy N. Kennerly, West Los Angeles; William C. Bowers, New York, and Michael A. Wiegard, Washington.
BUSINESS
August 19, 1992 | DONNA K.H. WALTERS
In a coup for Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker, the Los Angeles-based law firm on Tuesday said the entire intellectual property law group of Milgrim Thomajan & Lee has joined its staff. Leading the Milgrim Thomajan group are name partners Roger M. Milgrim and Albert T. Lee. Along with Milgrim and Lee, 10 other partners and 10 associates of Milgrim Thomajan will be joining Paul, Hastings' New York offices. Among the new Paul, Hastings partners are Charles B.
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