Los Angeles Business Journal

Alexa Hyland is the Business Journal's legal reporter. She covers the business of law firms as well as business disputes between L.A.-based companies. She grew up in Orange County and graduated from the University of Southern California, where she earned a B.A. in print journalism and international relations. At USC, she was an editor of the Daily Trojan. She started work at the Business Journal in early 2008, and previously covered entertainment law for the legal newspaper Daily Journal.

Alexa can be reached at 323-549-5225, ext. 235, or by email: ahyland@labusinessjournal.com.

Recent Stories

Jay Weston: Table Reads

Movie producer mailed a recommendation of a Chinese eatery to some show biz friends, which led to the launch of his Restaurant Newsletter.

Film producer Jay Weston has a full plate penning restaurant reviews and writing for the Huffington Post.

WHO’S WHO IN LAW - BRIAN J. McCARTHY

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Business Journal makes its case for L.A.’s top lawyers who shepherd the biggest M&A deals.

‘Bananas’ Lawyer Regaining Appeal?

Juan Dominguez defends role in alleged fraud against Dole.

Lawyer Juan Dominguez is hungry to get back to work now that controversy has died down over his alleged fraud in lawsuits against Dole Food.

Hollywood Eatery Calls It a Wrap

Pane e Vino shutters after 20 years as an industry hangout.

Star wattage couldn’t stop the curtain from falling on show business industry hot spot Pane e Vino.

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Grocery Magnate Bags Local Hotel

Billionaire Burkle checking into lodging industry.

Billionaire Ron Burkle hopes to make room in L.A.’s hotel scene for his recently acquired Wilshire Hotel.

Taking Good Care of the Doctor

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Louis Perry has provided security to such high-profile people as former Vice President Al Gore and boxing star Manny Pacquiao, but nothing quite compares to his current assignment.

Clothing Maker Puts Brand on New Business Model

Cherokee now assists its customers with design, manufacturing.

Apparel licensing company Cherokee is trying on a new business strategy of providing more guidance to its customers.

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Apparel Makers Suit Up for China

Program fashions export plan for L.A. companies.

New export program aims to help apparel maker Velvet Heart fit in the Chinese market.

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Ritzy Gym Chain Hopes to Fit in L.A.

Equinox looks for lift by picking up Sports Club.

High-end chain Equinox is muscling into L.A.’s fitness scene by picking up Sports Club locations.

Driving Foot Traffic

Santa Monica mulls car dealership for Third Street Promenade.

Electric-car maker Coda looks to park a dealership at Third Street Promenade.

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