Robert Silverstein

Silverstein Law Firm

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

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 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…

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

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

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

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

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