We are very proud to announce that our partner, Alexander S. Kasendorf, was named Attorney of the Year by the San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s Trusted Advisors Awards at a reception held on Wednesday, August 9th. Additionally, Alex was honored with the Community Service Award for his active leadership and involvement in a myriad of community based groups [...]
Congratulations to 13-time Ironman finisher Adam D.H. Grant, on his remarkable performance at 2017 Ironman Santa Rosa held on July 29th. Adam completed the event consisting of 2.4 miles of swimming, 112 miles of biking and 26.2 miles of running in an impressive 12 hours 42 minutes and 23 seconds.
This achievement is another [...]
Alpert, Barr and Grant is proud to support Ghost Bike Las Vegas, a community based organization working to increase bicycle safety awareness. The organization places white “ghost” bikes at the locations where cyclists have lost their lives as a result of collisions with motorists. These bikes serve as memorials for the cyclists and their families, and as reminders to motorists [...]
This year marks the 25th Anniversary of Alpert, Barr & Grant’s involvement with the California Manufactured Housing Institute (CMHI). CMHI is a non-profit professional and trade association established in 1937, advocating for the Manufactured Housing Industry. The organization seeks to advance the availability of factory constructed homes by promoting the sale of these dwellings, and the development of [...]
We are pleased to announce that Alpert, Barr and Grant has been chosen as one of Valley Industry and Commerce Association’s (VICA) 2017 Business Hall of Fame honorees. It is VICA’s tradition to recognize five remarkable leaders in business and the community for their contributions to the continued success, economic vitality and culture of the San Fernando Valley. [...]
We are proud to announce that our own, 12 time Ironman finisher, Adam D.H. Grant will be competing at Ultraman Florida 2018. Ultraman is an invitation only athletic event that challenges a competitor’s mental and physical limits through a grueling 3-day competition that includes a 6.2 mile swim, 263 mile bike ride and 52.4 mile double marathon run.
Please check back soon for more details, as Adam goes on his Ultraman journey for the benefit of his chosen charity.
Congratulations to Adam D.H. Grant whose article titled, “The Intersection of AR, IoT, and Apps in the Legal Realm,” is App Developer Magazine’s May 2017 Cover Story. In the article, Adam discusses the challenges, opportunities and legal concerns presented by Internet of Things (IoT) connected devices and emerging technologies like Augmented Reality (AR) and automated cars. Matters of technology [...]
The May 1st edition of the San Fernando Valley Business Journal featured an interview with Gary Barr and Alexander Kasendorf regarding the firm’s recent victory in the California Court of Appeal. The article provides a brief background on the case involving a family in disarray that brought suit against the lender, the beneficiary of the loan, the trustee, and [...]
Congratulations to Arlene and Lee Kanon Alpert, Child Development Institute’s (CDI) 2017 “Sweetheart” Heart of Gold Honorees. The Alpert’s are long-time and dedicated CDI supporters, whose tremendous community involvement has been recognized by numerous organizations through the years.
Child Development Institute (CDI) is a not for profit organization whose mission is to help all children reach their full [...]
An article by Adam D. H. Grant and Eden Gillott Bowe titled “Don’t Destroy the Attorney-Client Privilege!” was published in the April 2017 edition of the California Lawyer Magazine.
The article discusses the importance of preserving attorney client privilege by properly structuring the relationship between attorney, client and other strategic consultants involved in matter at hand, like a [...]
Alpert, Barr & Grant is pleased to announce that Gary Barr and Alexander Kasendorf prevailed for the firm’s client before the Court of Appeal, in a lawsuit alleging improprieties in the client’s loan servicing practices.
The trial court entered judgment in the client’s favor by sustaining a demurrer without leave to amend. The Plaintiffs appealed the judgment, but in [...]