LAW: Frazier says intention keys future
Mark Frazier means it
Legal Trends, Law Firm Changes
Editor’s Note: The Business Journal asked OC attorneys across various business areas about key trends and issues, client needs, and what moves law firms are making in 2020. Individual edited responses keyed to those areas follow over several pages.
Firms Hold, Fold; 91 Bigs Have Some 2,800 OC JDs
The Business Journal’s list of Orange County’s largest law firms is like the first moments after a trial ends: there are winners and there are … opposing counsel.
Cumulative Volume Falls 7%; Buyers Demand New Product
Down 7%, still tops $465M
DEVICES: Battling opioids; coronavirus may boost sales
Opioids, coronavirus open new areas
Nervous Buyers, Overly Optimistic Sellers
A cautious buyer pool contributed to a drop-off in commercial real estate sales activity in Orange County last year.
Full-Building Office, Industrial Leases Increasingly Common
The motto for companies looking for space in Orange County last year?
Menu, Marketing Drive Success for Amar Santana and Ahmed Labbate
Santana, Labbate back home
Lido, by Way of Laguna, Dublin, Irvine, France
How does a chef make it in OC’s crowded and competitive culinary landscape?
Up on 2020 Economy, Cybersecurity, Fintech
Twelve months ago, the U.S. economy looked like a bubble that could pop at any time from rising interest rates and inverted yield curves.
Deposits Up, Headcount Down, Branches Move
Bank of America Corp. claimed the top spot on the Business Journal’s annual list of 41 banks operating here; its deposits climbed 5.6% to $24.1 billion as of mid-2019.
13 Groups: $2.1B in Funds, $81M of Local Buying
For venture capital based in OC there’s an 800-pound gorilla and everyone else.