The Lost Maidens of Berlin
A decades-long quest for one of the most intriguing artworks looted by the Nazis leads to the courtyard of a posh hotel in the German countryside.
German Researchers Trace Jewish Newspaper Mogul’s Vast Nazi-Looted Art Collection
A ground-breaking research project initiated last year by the German government, museums, research institutes in cooperation with the heirs of a Jewish media mogul has traced eight works confiscated by the Nazis and launched an online database to help find more.
Ben Riley Speaks at LCA Trial Symposium
Ben Riley was a featured speaker at the Renaissance Symposium sponsored by the Litigation Counsel of America. The Symposium drew speakers and attendees from around the United States discussing various aspects of trying complex business and intellectual property cases.
Research Initiative Tracks Artwork Looted from German Jewish Art Collector Rudolf Mosse
Berlin / PR Newswire - Tracking down artwork that was stolen by the Nazis on the eve of World War II is no easy task. But the Mosse Art Restitution Project, representing the heirs of Rudolf Mosse, a German Jewish newspaper publisher and art collector, have succeeded, with help from German cultural organizations, in locating paintings, sculptures and other artifacts that were once part of the Mosse family’s vast art collection.
Charles “Chuck” La Bella Admitted to American College of Trial Lawyers
March 14, 2018 – SAN FRANCISCO (BUSINESS WIRE) – Charles “Chuck” La Bella has become a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the premier legal associations in North America. The induction ceremony at which Chuck became a Fellow took place recently before an audience of 700 persons during the recent Induction Ceremony at the 2018 Spring Meeting of the College in Phoenix, Arizona.
BZBM Elevates Key Attorneys
The Firm is proud to announce that Patrick Ryan and Hilda Senseney have been elected to the Firm’s Executive Committee, and that Senior Counsel Jayne Laiprasert and Kerry Duffy have been named Principals of the Firm. Patrick in antitrust, healthcare and IP cases, and Hilda in complex commercial leasing transactions, have shown great leadership for their clients, and we now welcome their strategic guidance in moving the Firm forward in our fifth decade in this dynamic legal market. Jayne Laiprasert and Kerry Duffy, both litigation specialists, have performed with consistent and stellar client results, and their elevation to Principal signals the ability to attract and maintain client confidence in complex IP and commercial disputes, far into the future. Congratulations to all four!
BZBM Proudly Announces the Addition of Four New Patent Attorneys
BartkoZankel welcomes attorneys Brian A.E. Smith, Alden K. Lee, Jeffrey D. Chen and Joseph J. Fraresso to its Intellectual Property litigation practice on December 1st. Messrs. Smith, Lee and Chen join as Principals of the firm, while Mr. Fraresso joins as Special Counsel. All four previously practiced with Bunsow, DeMory, Smith & Allison LLP. Their presence will be an invaluable asset to the growth of the Firm.
BartkoZankel Is Recognized in the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” 2018 Guide
BartkoZankel is pleased to announce that the firm has been recognized by the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” 2018 guide as one of the region’s Best Law Firms in two individual practice areas.
Chuck La Bella is Panelist on the subject of “Managing the Unexpected in Trial” at the ABTL 44th Annual Seminar
On October 7, 2017, at the 44th Annual ABTL Joint Chapter Conference in Carlsbad, California, Chuck La Bella was a panelist on the subject of “managing the unexpected in trial."
Bartko Zankel Bunzel & Miller is Pleased to Announce That Commercial Real Estate Attorney, Hilda Senseney, is now a Principal of the Firm
Hilda is a member of the firm’s Transactional Real Estate Group. Her practice emphasizes retail and office leasing and acquisitions and dispositions of real property.