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Rimon welcomes Herman Enayati as a Real Estate Partner in its Los Angeles office

news Rimon welcomes Herman Enayati as a Real Estate Partner in its Los Angeles office Herman Enayati · December 9, 2020

Los Angeles, CA – Rimon is pleased to welcome Herman Enayati as a Real Estate Partner in the firm’s Los Angeles Office, the 33rd partner to join Rimon in 2020. Mr. Enayati joins Rimon from Polsinelli PC, where he also was also a partner. He previously practiced at Akerman LLP and Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP. Mr. Enayati represents real estate owners, investors and operators in connection with…

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Rimon  welcomes new Litigation Partner Ivan L. Tjoe to its Los Angeles office

news Rimon  welcomes new Litigation Partner Ivan L. Tjoe to its Los Angeles office Ivan L. Tjoe · September 18, 2020

Rimon is proud to welcome Ivan L. Tjoe, an experienced civil litigator, as a Partner in its Los Angeles office. Mr. Tjoe joins Rimon from Ropers, Majeski, Kohn & Bentley, where he also worked as a Partner. Mr. Tjoe is the 24th partner to join Rimon in 2020, a year where the firm has opened offices in…

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Rimon Law welcomes Intellectual Property attorney Alan Chen as Partner in its Los Angeles office

news Rimon Law welcomes Intellectual Property attorney Alan Chen as Partner in its Los Angeles office Alan Chen · April 20, 2020

Los Angeles — Building on its international Intellectual Property (IP) group, Rimon Law welcomes Alan Chen as Partner in its Los Angeles office. Mr. Chen joins Rimon from Zuber Lawler LLP, where he was Partner. Alan Chen’s practice focuses primarily on intellectual property and international commercial litigation. He also litigates and counsels’ clients in relation to e-commerce, privacy, franchise,…

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Blockchain utility tokens: throwing the baby out with the (securities regulation) bathwater? published in Wall Street Lawyer by Rimon Partner Sam Miller

news Blockchain utility tokens: throwing the baby out with the (securities regulation) bathwater? published in Wall Street Lawyer by Rimon Partner Sam Miller Sam Miller · December 4, 2019

“Blockchain utility tokens: throwing the baby out with the (securities regulation) bathwater?” by Rimon Partner, Sam Miller, was recently published in the Wall Street Lawyer. Read the article here. Sam Miller, Rimon Corporate Partner, advises clients in acquisitions and disposals, corporate finance, corporate and partnership structuring and shareholder, operating and buy-sell agreements, general corporate matters, supply, distribution, consignment…

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Rimon Partner Sam Miller Expands Cross-Border Advisory Role with English Law License.

news Rimon Partner Sam Miller Expands Cross-Border Advisory Role with English Law License. Sam Miller · September 12, 2019

Los Angeles- Rimon Law international corporate finance Partner Sam Miller has once again resumed practice as an English solicitor, expanding his advisory capacity beyond his current California corporate and commercial transactions practice. Mr. Miller is one of the select few dual-licensed attorneys in California. His ability to advise on both US and English law is a key benefit to clients…

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Warhol, Prince and a Case of Vanity Perhaps Not-So-Fair: Even Fine Art Colossuses Need Inspiration

insights Warhol, Prince and a Case of Vanity Perhaps Not-So-Fair: Even Fine Art Colossuses Need Inspiration Sam Miller · July 10, 2019

What could be more flattering than arguably the greatest pop fine artist of all time copying your work? Well fine art photographer, Lynn Goldsmith, apparently wasn’t all too flattered when she saw Andy Warhol’s ‘Prince Series’ (of the singer, once known as “The Artist Formerly Known As Prince” or that symbol…, not Richard Prince, the…

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Blockchain and Money Transmission: A New Horizon for Token-Driven Startups?

insights Blockchain and Money Transmission: A New Horizon for Token-Driven Startups? Sam Miller · April 9, 2019

Tokens, security tokens, cryptocurrency, or however you wish to define the digital asset which distributed ledger technology has now allowed us to pull from ether, puts issuers and exchangers of this value within the cross-hairs of both Federal and State money transmitter regulation. The question becomes then whether token-driven blockchain businesses that mint and sell…

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Is There any Utility Left in Utility Tokens? The SEC Speaks

insights Is There any Utility Left in Utility Tokens? The SEC Speaks Sam Miller · April 8, 2019

Unusually expressive on this topic, the Securities and Exchange Commission released two publications April 3rd, the first its “Framework for ‘Investment Contract’ Analysis of Digital Assets”, and the second a ‘no-action letter’ in favor of TurnKey Jet, Inc. Both were hailed as milestones for the SEC in dealing with the vexing difference between security tokens,…

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Rimon Law Welcomes Corporate Attorney Sam Miller as Partner in its Los Angeles Office

news Rimon Law Welcomes Corporate Attorney Sam Miller as Partner in its Los Angeles Office Sam Miller · April 2, 2019

Los Angeles- Rimon Law welcomes corporate finance Partner Sam Miller to the firm’s Los Angeles office. Mr. Miller joins Rimon from Arent Fox, where he was a member of its corporate finance team and co-head of its Blockchain Group. Mr. Miller’s practice is focused on Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) and corporate finance, with substantial experience in cross-border transactional representation. His work includes both inbound…

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