Ken Luer is a partner in the firm’s Business and Corporate Law Department.
Mr. Luer’s practice focuses on entrepreneurs, middle market companies and family-owned businesses. His expertise includes:
- Business law
- Forming and reorganizing companies
- Equity and debt financings
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Technology and trademark licensing
- Strategic alliances
- Contract negotiations
Ken also has a sub-specialty advising family law attorneys on monetizing valuable companies in marital property divisions. He frequently presents the MCLE program, “M&A Advice for Family Law Attorneys,” to law firms and specialty study groups.
Ken maintains an AV® Preeminent™ Rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
- “But What About the Business?” Author — State Bar of California, Family Law News, Issue 4, Vol. 37, January, 2016
- “Companies Beware: Non-competes are Void in California” Author — Los Angeles Daily Journal, October 20, 2011
- “Your Family Business—Some Common Mistakes to Avoid” Author — Los Angeles Business Journal (Supplement), November 6, 2006
- “Protecting Business Names and Trademarks on the Internet” Author — Los Angeles Business Journal, March 27, 2000
- “The Silverado Report and the California Response” Author — Beverly Hills Bar Association Journal, Vol. 27, No. 2, Spring 1993
- “Business Law Section Report on the Third-Legal Opinion Report of the ABA Section of Business Law” Co-Author — American Bar Association, May 1992
- “The Guide to Organizing a California Corporation” Author — Drafting Committee on State Bar Practice Guide, 1992