REAL ESTATE: Neighbors knock using condos for business.
Some condo homeowners associations are trying to stop residents from using their units as offices.
Special Report: Toxic Prop
Proposition 65 attorneys take lion’s share of payouts in some settlements.
INVESTIGATION: State Bar could take more steps against Gene W. Choe.
Gene W. Choe, founder of what was once one of the city’s largest law firms fighting home foreclosures, has been ruled ineligible to practice law in California pending further disciplinary hearings.
El Segundo skin care company Murad Inc. announced Tuesday that it would move its global headquarters to a larger space within city limits.
TECHNOLOGY: Customer Southwest Traders seeks compensation from DAZ.
Software installer DAZ faces hefty lawsuit from food firm that claims its services weren’t up to code.
INSURANCE: Operators moving faster than coverage.
Food trucks can face problems with policies that fail to cover their use as mobile kitchens.
APPAREL: Litigious Guess co-founder fights bankruptcy.
Failure to button up his litigious behavior might cost Guess Jeans co-founder Georges Marciano much of his fortune.
EXPANSION: Dentons sees latest merger as way to grow specialties.
The downtown L.A. office of Chicago’s Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal saw its attorney count fall to 30 from more than 70 in a 12-month period ended in spring 2009, due to a combination of departures and layoffs.
LAW: Bankrupt Gene W. Choe also faces possible loss of license.
State Bar homes in on attorney whose firm boomed then busted handling foreclosure cases.
Koreatown’s Hanmi Financial Corp., the holding company for Hanmi Bank, announced Thursday that Shick “Mark” Yoon has been appointed chief financial officer, effective immediately.