Loeb & Loeb LLP has announced that the firm's Co-Chairs John Frankenheimer and Michael Beck have been reelected for another three year term.
John Frankenheimer has been the firm's co-chair based in Los Angeles since 1998. His practice is centered in the entertainment and media industries, with emphasis on both institutional and talent clients. They include record companies and distributors; independent music publishers; television and motion pictures writers, producers and directors; new media and technology companies and financial institutions and investors. Mr. Frankenheimer also works on Internet, wireless and new media projects and speaks frequently on entertainment law-related topics.
Michael Beck has been co-chair since 2004 in the New York office. He concentrates his real estate practice in the areas of joint ventures, finance and leasing. He represents various types of equity participants in partnership transactions and landlords and tenants in office, retail and ground leasing matters. Prior to becoming co-chair of the firm, Mr. Beck was the managing partner of the New York office following his tenure as national chair of the real estate department.
Loeb & Loeb LLP has announced today that James V. Inendino has joined the firm's Chicago office as a partner in the Corporate Department, working in the Commercial Finance and Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditors' Rights practice groups.
Loeb & Loeb launched the Mortgage Industry Service Group in 2007 to advise clients with respect to the myriad of legal, economic and practical issues that have arisen as a result of the dislocations and upheavals in the subprime mortgage market. This work has included pre-bankruptcy and bankruptcy advice, debt restructuring, out of court recapitalizations, refinancing securitizations, rating agency matters, DIP financing, asset purchases and sales, and corporate disclosure and governance advice.
Loeb & Loeb has announced the launch of a new practice group, the Emerging Media and Technology Practice Group, which has been formed to serve new media and technology clients and traditional media clients entering the space. The national team will be comprised of almost 20 attorneys from the firm's New York, Chicago and Los Angeles offices with expertise in new media, technology, entertainment, patent, trademark and intellectual property law. The firm has one of the largest multidisciplinary media and technology practices in the world. Partner Ken Florin will chair the Emerging Media and Technology Practice Group.