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Shartsis Friese Tax Counsel Dashiell Shapiro on Bloomberg TV

Shartsis Friese Tax Counsel Dashiell Shapiro appeared on Bloomberg TV on Thursday, October 10th to discuss the Internal Revenue Service’s…

Cryptocurrency Investors Get New IRS Income-Reporting Rules

Cryptocurrency holders know more about what the Internal Revenue Service expects to see on their tax returns, thanks to new…

Are law firms invoking obscure contractual clauses to delay lateral moves? Or does it just seem that way?

When New York City intellectual property litigator Jayadeep “Jay” Deshmukh wanted to trade his partnership at Arent Fox for one…

National Exclusive: Former Sen. Barbara Boxer’s Son and California Powerbroker Found Bilking Indian Tribe

Shartsis Friese LLP partners Joel Zeldin, Robert Ward, and Joseph Mauch served as the tribe’s arbitration counsels. Darius Anderson and…

No Vacancy

David Sloan of Sunstone Hotel Investors talks to us about his counsel for in-house design and construction department David Sloan…

Shartsis Friese Helps Alameda County Defend Rx Drug Disposal Law

On May 26, 2015 the U.S. Supreme Court declined to consider the pharmaceutical industry’s challenge to an Alameda County ordinance…

Firms Make It Hard for Partners to Say Goodbye

Quitting a law firm partnership can feel like leaping over a pit while dodging a swinging razorblade: Tricky Joel Zeldin,…

Shartsis Friese advises Sleep Train in $425 million sale

Firm assists Rocklin-based company in its purchase by Mattress Firm Holding Corp. Shartsis Friese LLP represented Rocklin-based Sleep Train Inc….

Drugmakers seek to block disposal rule

The pharmaceutical industry, hoping to stop a novel drug take-back program in Alameda County, is pinning its hopes on a…

Shartsis doubles female partners

54-lawyer SF firm goes from four to eight partners to satisfy No Glass Ceiling initiative San Francisco-based Shartsis Friese LLP…

Jury finds Hitachi owes $3M to brokers

SAN JOSE – Former CPS brokers Joe Moriarty, Greg Davies and Eric Fox claimed they were stiffed by Hitachi Global…

Dispatch from Amelia Island: When Clients Attack

At the Legal Technology Leadership Summit opening reception on Tuesday, I struck up a conversation with a friendly young lawyer. He won…

Private foreclosure sale blocked

A Santa Clara County court ruling last week added some much needed clarity to a controversial area of commercial property…

Ending Lawyers’ Nightmare

The  Association of Business Trial Lawyers gathered Tuesday night at the Four Seasons in downtown San Francisco to dine together…

Fatal Discovery

There was good news and bad news in the magistrate judge’s opinion for six lawyers who had once represented Qualcomm…

Centro Legal de la Raza Receives Three-Year Shartsis Friese Fellowship to Support Housing and Employment Legal Services

Oakland, California – April 19, 2010 – Centro Legal de la Raza (Centro Legal) announced today that it is the recipient…

Roundtable – The International Who’s Who of Private Funds Lawyers

The International Who’s Who of Private Funds Lawyers has brought together three of the leading practitioners in the world to…

Six Years On, Dregs of Brobeck’s Bankruptcy Coming to a Close

SAN FRANCISCO — The bankruptcy of San Francisco’s Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison — now six years running — is nearing…

The Art of Being Independent

SAN FRANCISCO — Described as irreverent, fiscally conservative and independent, San Francisco’s 57-attorney law firm Shartsis Friese doesn’t do a…

Shartsis Friese turns trash to gold with $261M deal

Derek Wilson of Shartsis Friese has notched another deal for Folsom-based Waste Connections Inc., this one worth $261 million. A…

Suit over lost patent trial rejected

A defunct San Francisco purveyor of invisible braces didn’t hoodwink investors about its chances in a bet-the-company patent case, a…

Mixing Client, Business Ends Badly

SAN FRANCISCO — If you are developing a particularly close relationship with your client — close enough to consider going…

Shartsis Does $314M Garbage Deal in Trashed Market

The market is terrible — and the only deals getting done are garbage. No joke. Shartsis Friese partner Derek Wilson just…

Eye of the Storm

As the hedge fund industry struggles this year, it relies more than ever on its service providers, rated here in…

School-To-College Program – New Funding and Expanded Focus

The Bar Association of San Francisco’s School-To-College (STC) program is planning to expand its reach to include a second San Francisco…