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March 7, 1989 | STUART SILVERSTEIN, Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles office of Shea & Gould, one of the nation's biggest and most prestigious law firms, was rocked Monday by the disclosure that 18 of its lawyers will leave to join a fast-growing competitor. Sources close to Shea & Gould said the firm is considering shutting its 3 1/2-year-old Los Angeles office as a result of the defections. The New York-based firm currently has 70 lawyers here.
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May 12, 1989
The law firm of Proskauer Rose Goetz & Mendelsohn announced that Los Angeles attorney Marvin Sears has become a partner in the firm's Century City office. Sears was recently a senior partner of Shea & Gould and was managing partner of Pacht, Ross, Warne, Bernhard & Sears Inc. before its 1985 merger with Shea & Gould.
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March 8, 1989 | From a Times Staff Writer
Shea & Gould, an old-line New York-based law firm, confirmed Tuesday that it is shutting its Los Angeles branch office after 3 1/2 years because of dissension over the way profits were divided with the home office in New York. "Some of our partners were very unhappy," said Lessing E. Gold, managing partner of Shea & Gould in Los Angeles. "The executive board (in New York) decided they should have a greater share of the profits."
BUSINESS
March 8, 1989 | From a Times Staff Writer
Shea & Gould, an old-line New York-based law firm, confirmed Tuesday that it is shutting its Los Angeles branch office after 3 1/2 years because of dissension over the way profits were divided with the home office in New York. "Some of our partners were very unhappy," said Lessing E. Gold, managing partner of Shea & Gould in Los Angeles. "The executive board (in New York) decided they should have a greater share of the profits."
BUSINESS
May 12, 1989
The law firm of Proskauer Rose Goetz & Mendelsohn announced that Los Angeles attorney Marvin Sears has become a partner in the firm's Century City office. Sears was recently a senior partner of Shea & Gould and was managing partner of Pacht, Ross, Warne, Bernhard & Sears Inc. before its 1985 merger with Shea & Gould.
BUSINESS
July 7, 1985 | TOM FURLONG
The Century City law firm of Pacht, Ross, Warne, Bernhard & Sears has tied the knot with Shea & Gould, one of best-known law firms in New York. The two law firms announced they have merged, forming a new firm with annual revenues of more than $50 million and six offices nationwide. The combined firm has about 250 lawyers, making it among the 30 largest in the country. The Shea & Gould name is a familiar one in New York legal circles. The Shea half is 78-year-old William A.
BUSINESS
February 11, 1987
Thomas M. Macioce, 67, who resigned Jan. 12 as chairman and chief executive of Allied Stores after the company's acquisition by Campeau Corp., is becoming a partner in the New York law firm of Shea & Gould. He will be responsible for setting up foreign offices.
BUSINESS
May 10, 1987
Douglas R. Ring has joined Shea & Gould, a 375-lawyer New York-based law firm, as head of the real estate division in the firm's Los Angeles office. He formerly was a partner in the law firm of Howard, Ring & Chizever.
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March 7, 1989 | STUART SILVERSTEIN, Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles office of Shea & Gould, one of the nation's biggest and most prestigious law firms, was rocked Monday by the disclosure that 18 of its lawyers will leave to join a fast-growing competitor. Sources close to Shea & Gould said the firm is considering shutting its 3 1/2-year-old Los Angeles office as a result of the defections. The New York-based firm currently has 70 lawyers here.
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