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Gladstone Michel Weisberg Willner & Sloane, ALC, is a Los Angeles-based law firm providing the highest quality litigation, business, insurance and entertainment services to clients throughout the country. Our practice group leaders–graduates of the nation’s top universities and law schools–bring to every engagement decades of experience coupled with enviable records of success in a variety of fields.

Our mission is to renew, with every task we undertake, our clients’ appreciation of our skill, dedication, efficiency and professional judgment.

Our clients range from entrepreneurs and entertainers to global insurance firms and other large established companies. We consistently deliver outstanding results in a diverse range of practice areas including complex litigation, insurance coverage, entertainment and intellectual property, aviation, professional liability, business and corporate transactions, real estate litigation, labor and employment, bankruptcy and insolvency, manufactured housing, writs and appeals, and products liability.

We are proud that we regularly provide the expertise and resources normally only expected from larger firms, yet with a responsiveness and efficiency associated with small boutiques. We are an ideal choice for clients who seek an alternative to the high-priced megafirm.

Our firm culture encourages our lawyers to advance our clients' goals quickly and efficiently so our clients can focus on what they do best.

A collegial group of lawyers, many of whom have practiced together for decades, we are short on hierarchies and formalities, but long on flexibility to adapt to our clients’ changing needs.

GMWWS lawyers are admitted to practice in state court and all federal courts in California. In addition, GMWWS has lawyers who are admitted to practice in New York, Illinois, Texas and the District of Columbia, the 2nd, 9th and 10th Circuits and before the United States Supreme Court. GMWWS lawyers also frequently are admitted to handle litigation on a case by case basis in courts throughout the United States.

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