Los Angeles Business Journal Special Feature – December 19, 2022: Leaders of Influence: Thriving in Their 40’s
We are proud to announce that Miller Barondess partners Sasha Frid and Amnon Siegel have been named among Los Angeles Business Journal’s Leaders of Influence: Thriving in Their 40’s. The Special Feature highlights the Top Los Angeles professionals in the 40s age demographic who continue to demonstrate success inside business and throughout their communities.
Sasha Frid is an accomplished litigator and trial lawyer with a wealth of experience handling complex litigation matters, including business and partnership disputes, real estate, entertainment/music law, copyright, trademark, right of publicity, trade secret, idea theft, and insurance bad faith. He is one of the founding partners of Miller Barondess, LLP. Frid represented/represents some of the biggest names in the music business, including Mötley Crüe, Smokey Robinson, Estate of Tupac Shakur, Axl Rose, Backstreet Boys, Journey, Calvin Harris, Bad Wolves, and Five Finger Death Punch in multiple matters. He is a go-to entertainment lawyer in LA representing talent, film production companies, artist managers and tour promoters like Live Nation and Artist Group International. A case for his client, the legendary Smokey Robinson, against a former manager is set to go to trial next year.
Amnon Siegel is an accomplished litigator and trial lawyer specializing in complex, high-profile cases. He has had success at every stage of litigation representing clients in a variety of commercial matters, including intellectual property, trade secrets, fraud, tortious interference, negligence, breach of contract, lender liability, breach of fiduciary duty, real estate, automotive, insurance. Siegel has achieved top verdict recognition on both plaintiff and defense sides including a $256 million jury verdict for fraud and punitive damages on behalf of an automobile dealership group against Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation (one of the top plaintiff verdicts in the country), and a unanimous jury verdict on behalf of a commercial bank (a top 10 defense verdict in California).