Ethan Solove represents clients in both business litigation and business transactional matters. In his litigation practice, Mr. Solove represents corporate and individual clients in a wide variety of matters in federal and state courts and private arbitration. He handles cases that include business and corporate disputes, breaches of contract, fraud, mechanics liens, creditors’ rights, trade secret misappropriation, and many other complex issues.
Mr. Solove handles every aspect of the litigation process from start to finish. His experience includes pre-lawsuit advisement, discovery, law and motion practice, settlement negotiations, mediation, and trials in front of both judges and juries.
Mr. Solove’s transactional practice includes business formation, corporate governance, corporate financing, buy-sell agreements, stock options agreements, commercial contracts, intellectual property agreements, mergers and acquisitions, and general business counseling.
Mr. Solove earned his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he attended on a full ride as a Levy Scholar. While attending law school, Ethan also earned a Certificate in Management from the Wharton School of Business. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Washington University in St. Louis, where he graduated with Honors.
In his spare time, Mr. Solove is a drummer and guitarist, avid reader, and lover of the outdoors and arts.
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- Los Angeles County and the Cities of Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Pasadena Allow Many Retailers and Their Supporting Manufacturing/Logistics Businesses to Reopen, With Limitations05.19.2020
- Governor Newsom Announces Offices May Reopen As California Progresses Further Into Phase 2 Reopening; State Guidelines and Any More Restrictive Local Requirements Still Apply05.12.2020
- Counties Across the State Begin Easing Some Restrictions, While Extending Stay-At-Home Orders and Ramping up Face Covering Requirements; Governor Newsom Issues Clarification and Guidance on Statewide Order, Closes Orange County Beaches05.01.2020
- Los Angeles, San Diego, and Ventura Counties Become First Southern California Jurisdictions to Require Written Social Distancing Protocol04.10.2020, updated 04.13.2020
- Sacramento and Monterey Counties are the Latest in Northern California to Issue Amended Public Health Orders Requiring Written Social Distancing Protocols for Essential Businesses, Including Schools and Local Educational Agencies04.09.2020
- New “Shelter-at-Home” Orders Issued by Seven Bay Area Counties Extend Restrictions through May 3 and Include New and Time-Sensitive “Social Distancing Protocol” Requirements for Essential Businesses04.01.2020
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 05.20.2020
- The County of Los Angeles and the City and County of San Francisco Begin to Ease Restrictions For Certain Non-Essential BusinessesLabor & Employment Law Blog, 05.11.2020