Daniel B. Rubanowitz
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1990, California State Bar; 1990, California Supreme Court; 1991, U.S. District Court, Central District of California
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
Los Angeles County and San Fernando Valley Bar Associations; State Bar of California.
Mediator and Settlement Officer, Family Law Department in the Central District, Los Angeles Superior Court. Author: NBA v. Basketball Club,: Who Said “There’s No Place Like Home?” Franchise Relocation in Professional Sports, 10 Loyola Entertainment Law Journal 1, 163, 1990.
I first began practicing Family Law with Arlene Coleman-Schwimmer, a preeminent Certified Family Law Specialist, who handled many high profile family law matters and complicated issues including, but not limited to, executive goodwill, deferred compensation, validity of pre/post-marital agreements, date of separation, post-judgment modification of spousal/child support and various fiduciary duties. After a few years I went to work for Trope and Trope, the largest family law firm in the State of California, where I worked for nine years. In September 2005 I decided to relocate and opened up my own practice which is devoted exclusively to the area of Family Law.
For more than ten years I have voluntarily served as a Mediator and Settlement Officer for the Family Law Department in the Central District of the Los Angeles Superior Court.
Publication: NBA v. Basketball Club: Who Said “There’s No Place Like Home?” Franchise Relocation in Professional Sports. 10 Loyola Entertainment Law Journal 1, 183, (1990).