Solo and Small Firm
The Practitioner 2018, Volume 24, Issue 4
- Beware the Pitfalls in Calculating California State Court Deadlines
- Coach's Corner: Four Steps to Take When People are Angry at You
- Executive Committee of the Solo and Small Firm Law Section 2018-2019
- Fighting Fifth Amendment Claims: Can a Receiver Obtain Business Records When a Fifth Amendment Right Against Self-Incrimination Is Asserted?
- Helping Clients Raise Community Capital Using a Direct Public Offering
- Letter From the Chair
- Letter From the Editor
- Lost In Translation: Non-English Fee Agreements
- Maximizing the Outcome and Experience in Mediation with Large Firms: Insights and tips for small firms and sole practitioners
- Table of Contents
- MCLE Article: Legal Entities and Real Property: Limiting Reassessment
MCLE Article: Legal Entities and Real Property: Limiting Reassessment
By Joshua R. Driskell and Zacharias N. Tripodes
Joshua Driskell focuses his practice on business, tax, estate, bankruptcy and related matters. He is a member of the Pasadena Bar Association, the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the California Bar Association. Prior to the formation of Primuth & Driskell, LLP with Partner Jonathan Primuth in 2014, Mr. Driskell worked at a multi-state law firm, handling a wide variety of matters for individuals and small and medium sized businesses. In addition to his activities as an attorney, Mr. Driskell is a board member for the Pasadena Museum of History, Leadership Pasadena, and Pasadena Fire Foundation.
Zacharias Tripodes focuses his practice exclusively on transactional matters, including business, estate, trust and probate matters. Prior to joining Primuth & Driskell, LLP as Associate Counsel in 2016, Mr. Tripodes externed for the United States Custom and Border Protection. Mr. Tripodes earned his juris doctor from Loyola Law School, where he was a member of the International and Comparative Law Review. Mr. Tripodes is admitted to practice law in all California state courts and the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
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