February 28, 1991 |
Attorney Howard Weitzman said he and about 65 fellow lawyers plan to dissolve the 39-year-old Wyman, Bautzer, Kuchel & Silbert law firm and join Chicago-based Katten Muchin & Zavis. The Los Angeles lawyers will join Katten Muchin's existing, 10-attorney West Coast operation. The Chicago firm will be renamed Katten Muchin Zavis & Weitzman, and Weitzman will be named chairman of its national executive committee.
January 30, 1991 |
The prominent Los Angeles law firm of Wyman Bautzer Kuchel & Silbert has settled a two-year legal dispute with former partners who left and took some of the firm's biggest clients with them. Both sides, however, continued bickering Tuesday about how to characterize the settlement. The $2.
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September 20, 1988 |
U.S. District Judge Mariana R. Pfaelzer was accused by an attorney Monday of meeting with representatives of her former law firm and assuring them she would continue to preside over a Church of Scientology case even if the firm accepted an offer to represent the church in the suit. The accusation was made before Pfaelzer in open court by Century City attorney Joseph Yanny, who once represented Scientology in the lawsuit and is now fighting church efforts to question him.
July 13, 1988 |
Some things are worth fighting for. Front-row box seats behind the Dodger dugout at Dodger Stadium, for instance. And so Rosalind Wiener Wyman, a former Los Angeles City Council member and well-connected Democratic party activist, Tuesday sued her late husband's law firm, claiming that it has breached an agreement that would let her buy the box seat tickets she had used until his death in 1973.