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July 29, 2000 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Don't mess with Robert W. Hirsh. The 43-year-old lawyer sued the single mother he hired to stain the woodwork in his Hancock Park Tudor-style home, claiming she left some streaks on the wood. He sued his stockbroker for not getting him into Microsoft stock. After returning from a 1996 trip to Boston, Hirsh sued Pier 4 restaurateur Anthony Athanas, claiming the then-85-year-old man had assaulted him and his family after they complained about poor service.
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July 29, 2000 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Don't mess with Robert W. Hirsh. The 43-year-old lawyer sued the single mother he hired to stain the woodwork in his Hancock Park Tudor-style home, claiming she left some streaks on the wood. He sued his stockbroker for not getting him into Microsoft stock. After returning from a 1996 trip to Boston, Hirsh sued Pier 4 restaurateur Anthony Athanas, claiming the then-85-year-old man had assaulted him and his family after they complained about poor service.
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July 22, 1995 | MATHIS CHAZANOV
This is a story of some neighbors who just do not get along, and probably never will. They live, study, worship and do business along and behind a quirky stretch of La Brea Avenue where hip meets holy, where young people in dark glasses hang out in coffeehouses near the homely synagogues of pious Jews who cling to old-country ways. On the face of it, the problem has to do with the arcana of city zoning regulations.
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