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Carlton Fields’ Los Angeles Office Relocates to Century Plaza Towers

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Los Angeles, Calif. – The national law firm Carlton Fields announced today that it has relocated its Los Angeles office to the Century Plaza Towers, 2029 Century Park East, Suite 1200, Los Angeles, CA 90067-2913. The telephone number of the office is 310.843.6300.

Mark Neubauer, the firm’s Los Angeles office managing shareholder said, “We look forward to serving our clients from this new location, which provides more opportunity for growth and gives us a modern and efficient workspace.”

The Carlton Fields Los Angeles office opened in April 2014. The firm’s West Coast attorneys provide a range of litigation, insurance, tax, and transactional services, including class action defense, insurance regulation, tax planning, and representation on matters related to employment, intellectual property, commercial litigation, insurance coverage, and antitrust law. They counsel clients in various sectors, including products, insurance, real estate, securities, technology, blockchain and digital currency, digital media, and entertainment.

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