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Representing Individuals, Businesses And Public Entities For More Than 40 Years
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Dapeer Rosenblit & Litvak LLP Advises And Represents Municipalities And Public Entities

Experience. Commitment. Integrity. Preparation. With these values as our foundation, our West Los Angeles law firm works to improve the quality of life in communities throughout California. We bring knowledge gained through 40 years of serving public entities to each new client and each new legal challenge, including:

  • Municipal litigation having to do with critical issues such as injunctions, civil rights complaints, the Fair Housing Act, health and safety codes, land use, employment litigation and “Cumis” cases
  • Counsel to municipalities and public entities regarding building codes, health and safety codes, zoning codes, licensing, adult entertainment, marijuana regulation, property maintenance and nuisance abatement
  • Services to cities and other public agencies including code enforcement, systems analysis, nuisance abatement, inspection and abatement warrants, drug and “red light” abatement, and red light traffic enforcement

Our tool chest of skill sets and capabilities is ample and diverse. Dapeer Rosenblit & Litvak LLP is equipped to write ordinances, conduct administrative hearings, prosecute criminally and sue civilly regarding these and similar quality-of-life issues. Regardless of the strategy employed or the pertinent venue, we take a seasoned, reasoned and practical approach.

Both Cutting-Edge And Tried-And-True, Our Firm Provides A Wide Range Of Municipal And Public Entity Services

Our lawyers have earned a strong reputation for helping clients achieve satisfactory outcomes. Whether representing a client in an adversarial hearing or collaborating with city attorneys, we aim for success on behalf of each city, government agency or other public entity (such as a water district or utility company).

To reach Dapeer Rosenblit & Litvak LLP, call 310-477-5575 or send an email. Request a consultation with an experienced lawyer for cities and public entities.