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William F. Capps Named One of the 500 Most Influential People in the Los Angeles Business Community for Fourth Consecutive Year

LOS ANGELES—Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP (JMBM) is pleased to announce that once again the Los Angeles Business Journal has recognized William F. Capps, Chair of JMBM’s Corporate Law Department, as one of the LA500 – a list of the 500 most influential people in the Los Angeles business community. This is the fourth year that he has been recognized.

“This continued recognition is an immense achievement and a testament to Bill’s legal expertise and his impact on the community,” said Bruce Jeffer, Managing Partner of JMBM.

Capps’ practice emphasizes mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, international dispute resolution, corporate finance, and management of significant litigation.

“It has been a pleasure to work with clients and other friends to help them achieve their business goals within Los Angeles’ vibrant market,” said Capps. “I am honored to be included on the LA500 list for another year.”

Inclusion in the LA500 is based on independent research performed by the Los Angeles Business Journal and recognizes people, companies and transactions that have an outsized impact on the Los Angeles business community.

About JMBM’s Corporate Department
JMBM’s Corporate lawyers bring a practical business emphasis to clients’ issues. We represent businesses in a full range of commercial contracts; represent buyers and sellers in a wide variety of mergers, acquisitions and divestitures; and represent small, medium and large public and private companies in securities and venture capital matters. Our lawyers are adept at constructing commercial finance deals for middle market companies. We are committed to helping our clients maximize their advantages and make deals more profitable.

About the Los Angeles Business Journal
The Los Angeles Business Journal is a weekly publication that examines the many ways that the L.A. economy operates. First-rate editorial and research teams provide in-depth analyses of the community’s dynamic business and economic scene.