For more than 50 years, Greenberg Glusker has held a unique position in Los Angeles as a full-service law firm, with particular expertise in entertainment, real estate, corporate, environmental, trusts & estates, litigation, employment and bankruptcy/insolvency.
Committed to providing a wide range of services, they combine the personal attention of a boutique firm with the strength and breadth of services customarily found in a multi-office, international firm.
Results-oriented client service is how they continue to distinguish themselves today. That’s what makes them The Counsel You Keep.™
Greenberg Glusker has played a significant supporting role within the Los Angeles community for over 50 years. In addition to representing some of Southern California’s top and up-and-coming talent and companies, they have been active participants in some of the City’s great art institutions, community-based organizations and non-profit initiatives, including:
- Alliance for Children’s Rights
- American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
- Bet Tzedek
- Festival of New American Musicals
- Jenesse Center
- Jewish Federation Legal Services
- Jewish Free Loan Association
- Legal Aid Foundation – Los Angeles
- National Adoption Day
- Public Counsel
- The Housing Rights Center
- Women in Film
Many of their attorneys help to further the cause of various Los Angeles-based organizations through their volunteer service as board legal advisors. In fact, one of their founding members, Arthur Greenberg, has established a personal reputation for cultivating and supporting the Los Angeles art communities as a founding member of both the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). Mr. Greenberg is also a member of the Board of Governors for the Music Center of Los Angeles.
Greenberg Glusker Diversity Statement
At Greenberg Glusker, they understand and value the merit of each individual member of their team, and they recognize the benefit of their collective diversity. Their success depends upon the unique skills, talents, perspectives and experiences of each of their attorneys and staff.
A diverse work force is essential to their ability to provide high-quality and creative legal services and to achieve the outstanding results their clients have come to expect. Accordingly, they are committed to developing and fostering a professional, collegial and supportive environment that attracts, retains, mentors and promotes attorneys and staff of all backgrounds.
They believe that creating and maintaining a work force that appropriately reflects their diverse community and global economy is not only a good business practice, but is also an ethical obligation they take seriously.
Greenberg Glusker is committed to investing the time, energy and resources necessary to cultivate an environment in which all persons, regardless of their background, can feel at home and achieve their full potential.