LA firm Silver & Freedman set to close down after 36 years of practice

November 23, 2011 Los Angeles law firm Silver & Freedman has announced its imminent closure after 36 years of practice.

The demise of the brand has been described as an ‘amicable split’, with some of the major practice areas planning to form separate firms.

Managing Partner Barry M. Weisz said: “Often when law firms dissolve, they do so because of financial issues or major differences in how the firm is run or due to discord among the partners, but that is not the case at Silver & Freedman. The atmosphere has been and remains collegial. The splitting off is simply a matter of practicality and efficiency and really came about more as result of different people at different points in their legal careers recognizing that the individual parts may blossom better separately.”


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