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Beverly Hills Legal Expert Witness Law Firm
About Law Offices of Lawrence H. Jacobson A Professional Corporation
Frequent Case Types
Read more about the types of cases we often handle.
- Legal Expert Witness
- Estate Planning
- Spirit of CEB Award
- "Inverse Condemnation, Foreseeability Abandoned in California", 13 U.C.L.A. Law Review 871, 1966
- "Lessor's Bankruptcy", 1 Real Estate Law Journal 152, 1972
- "State Regulation of Stock Cooperatives", 7 Beverly Hills Bar Journal 12, 1973
- "The California Lottery Law", 48 California State Bar Journal 58, 1973
- "Independent Motion Picture Productions", 9 Beverly Hills Bar Journal 33, 1975
- "Broker's Liability for Sale of Defective Homes", 52 Los Angeles Bar Journal 346, 1977
- "Resolving Real Estate Disputes Through Arbitration", 27 Am. Jur. Trials 621, 1980
- "Appraiser's Liability for False or Negligently Prepared Appraisal", 12 Appraisal Review and Mortgage Underwriting Journal 20, 1990
- "Acquisition of Mortgage Banking Assets", 36 San Fernando Valley Bar Bulletin (4-9) 10, 1993
- "Phantom Income - Understanding Taxable Gain From Foreclosure", Los Angeles Daily Journal, Real Property Law, 1995
- "The Expert Witness in Real Estate Litigation: A User's Guide", Real Property Law Reporter, 2004
- The Award Winning CEB Treatise
Classes and Seminars
- Lecturer, California CEB
- Adjunct Professor, "Law", University of San Fernando Valley, School of Law, 1982 - 1983
- Instructor, Broker Development Program, University of Southern California
Pro Bono Activities
- The Beverly Hills Bar Association
- The Los Angeles County Bar Association
- Temple Ner Maarav, Board of Directors
- Valley Industry & Commerce Associations, Board of Directors
- Moss & Company
- Newport Beach Association of Realtors
- Sothebys International Realty
- Best, Best, Krieger
- Bronson, Bronson, McKinnon
- Buchalter, Nemer Driskell & Gordon
- Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
- Greenberg, Glusker, Fields, Claman, Machtinger & Kinsella
- Hill, Ferrar & Burrill
- Jeffer, Mangels, Butler & Marmaro
- Lieb & Adelman
- MacCarley & Rosen
- Manfredi, Lerine, Eccles & Muller APC
- McCarthy & Kroes
- Meir, Alexander & Dean
- Plotkin, Marutani & Kaufman
- Riley & Reiner
- Rockwell & Meyer
- Rutan & Tucker, LLP
- Rutter Hobbs & Davidoff
- Russell, Mirkovich & Morrow
- Schiff Hardin LLP
- Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
- Shulman Hodges & Bastian LLP
- Smith & Grant LLP
- Spolin Silverman Cohen & Bosserman LLP
- Woodburn and Wedge
- Law Offices of Diane B. Sherman
- Law Offices of Gary Adler
- Law Offices of Julian A. Pollock
- Law Offices of Howard A. Kapp
- Law Offices of Larry D. Mikelson
- Law Offices of Richard Kolber
- Law Offices of Rodney T. Lewin
- Law Offices of Timothy Peabody
- Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, LLP
- Nadira Imam (Senior Associate)
- Lawrence H Jacobson (Member)
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9777 Wilshire Blvd.Suite 517 Beverly Hills, CA 90212
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