Primary care practices are struggling to stay afloat as Covid-19 cases are rising to record levels in Los Angeles County.
Susan Guthrie had a dilemma. The native Angeleno had just moved back to Los Angeles from Connecticut for her husband’s new job.
When Helen’s Cycles opens its Santa Monica store in the morning, it’s not unusual to see a line of customers who’ve been waiting 30 minutes or more.
On a Saturday afternoon in June 2004, a hearse carrying the late President Ronald Reagan passed by hundreds of admirers along Santa Monica’s Arizona Avenue on its way into Gates Kingsley & Gates Moeller Murphy Funeral Directors.
Beverly Hills-based plastic surgeon Josef Hadeed began to notice something unusual as the coronavirus pandemic wore on.
When Daniel Jaffe’s law partner of 42 years retired last year, Jaffe did the natural thing for a man of 82 — he signed a three-year Century City office lease and launched a new firm, continuing to handle high-net-worth family law cases.
Silent film careers typically tanked with the talkies, and stars of the silver screen often didn’t transition well to TV.
Byron Allen’s $10 billion lawsuit against Charter Communications Inc. is moving forward.
Media titan Sumner Redstone, who aggressively parlayed the drive-in theater chain founded by his father into one of the world’s biggest entertainment conglomerates, died Aug. 11 at his home Beverly Hills.
The field of alternative legal service providers, or ALSPs, is relatively new. But it’s growing quickly as corporate legal departments and law firms increasingly look for ways to cut costs.