About Our Firm
Ecoff Campain Tilles & Kay, LLP is a boutique law firm located in Beverly Hills, California. The firm enjoys the highest rating (“AV®”) from Martindale-Hubbell (the legal industry bench-mark) for both legal ability and ethics, and is listed in Martindale-Hubbell’s National Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. The firm has earned and maintains an excellent reputation within the legal and business communities.
Ecoff Campain Tilles & Kay, LLP counsels clients regarding all aspects of litigation and transactional matters. The attorneys of Ecoff Campain Tilles & Kay, LLP have successfully litigated hundreds of cases, and obtained extraordinary results, at both the trial and appellate level in both State and Federal Courts throughout the United States. The firm’s litigation practice includes business and civil disputes, with particular expertise in real estate, business, employment and trusts and estates.
The firm provides a wide variety of transactional services to its clients. Ecoff Campain Tilles & Kay, LLP has represented real estate developers and investors in transactions exceeding $750 million in value. The firm provides transactional services to business clients, including entity formation, and preparation of business agreements including purchase and sale agreements. The firm provides advice and counsel regarding corporate compliance and employment issues. The firm also counsels individual clients with creation and implementation of a wide variety of estate plans, ranging from the very basic to the most complex.
Ecoff Campain Tilles & Kay, LLP prides itself in its zealous advocacy on behalf of its clients, taking a personal approach in the representation of its clients in both litigation and transactional matters. Ecoff Campain Tilles & Kay, LLP understands the need for cost effective representation and employs this approach to all client matters. At Ecoff Campain Tilles & Kay, LLP, the client always comes first.
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