Dale Goldsmith

Armbruster, Goldsmith and Delvac

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Attorney based in Los Angeles who advises developers on land use issues and seismic studies, including some major developments in Hollywood

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Twenty years ago tomorrow,
LA was shaken awake by a 6.7 magnitude tremor. Scientists are certain there
will be more shaking. We hear what’s been learned since the…

Was the Northridge Earthquake a Wake-up Call?

Twenty years ago tomorrow, LA was shaken awake by a 6.7 magnitude tremor. Scientists are certain there will be more shaking. We hear what’s been learned since the…

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