Robert Silverstein

Silverstein Law Firm

Guest

Robert Silverstein is an attorney with the Silverstein Law Firm, where he represents plaintiffs in environmental challenges to large developments.

Robert Silverstein on KCRW

Photo by  Tim Ahem  
 There's a development boom underway in Los Angeles. Big commercial and residential projects are being built across the city. Not everyone is happy about this…

The effort to ban developer donations

Photo by Tim Ahem There's a development boom underway in Los Angeles. Big commercial and residential projects are being built across the city. Not everyone is happy about this…

from Design and Architecture

Los Angeles lawyer Robert Silverstein is known for stopping development in Hollywood.

Robert Silverstein’s “David v. Goliath” Battle

Los Angeles lawyer Robert Silverstein is known for stopping development in Hollywood.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Two skyscrapers won't be towering over the Capitol Records building any time soon.

Density, Development and the Battle for Hollywood

Two skyscrapers won't be towering over the Capitol Records building any time soon.

from Which Way, L.A.?

More from KCRW

Historian and author Rutger Bregman examines the science and the history behind human nature and argues that the human mind is wired to be good.

from Life Examined

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Diallo Riddle, co-creator and one of the stars of the series “Sherman’s Showcase” and “South Side.”

from The Treatment

Numbers and facts only tell half the story of some of the world’s most horrendous circumstances.

from Scheer Intelligence

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Kasi Lemmons, director of the new biopic “Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with Somebody.”

from The Treatment

Renowned travel writer and author Pico Iyer reflects on how different cultures and peoples see life and death and find their own versions of happiness and paradise.

from Life Examined

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with actor Joe Manganiello, whose dramatic episode of the PBS show “Finding Your Roots” was life changing.

from The Treatment

Writer-director Sarah Polley had a successful career as a child actor.

from The Business

Amid news that he is again shifting concepts at Noma, René Redzepi discusses the restaurant’s reinvention. “The Woks of Life” documents the Leung family’s history through food.

from Good Food

California is assessing the damage from weeks of severe storms. How many residents have flood insurance, and how do you get it?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand