LOS ANGELES – March 22, 2006 – Jeffer, Mangels, Butler & Marmaro LLP (JMBM), one of California’s foremost full-service law firms, will be hosting more than 50 lawyers from North and South America, Europe, Australia, Malaysia and South Africa this week for the annual Interlaw Americas Meeting.
"Delegates from more than 30 law firms – all members of the Interlaw network – will meet to discuss best practices for servicing a global client base," said William Capps, chairman of JMBM’s Corporate Law Group. "There will be a great emphasis business development through the leveraging of international relationships."
Barry M. Meyer, chairman and CEO of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., will address the group on the importance of protecting intellectual property in the global marketplace. Media representatives from Univision, TIME Magazine, National Public Radio, San Francisco Chronicle and Yahoo! Media Group will engage Interlaw delegates in a discussion entitled, "The Impact of Media on Global Culture, Business and the Rule of Law."
Interlaw is a worldwide legal network of full-service, independent law firms in more than 120 cities located in 60 countries around the world. As the exclusive Interlaw firm for California, JMBM provides its clients with the highest level of professional representation wherever they do business.