Barry Kurtz and Kurtz Law Group’s new beer distribution law practice area were featured in an article in the San Fernando Valley Business Journal on September 30, 2013. The firm believes that this is an ideal addition to its franchise law practice because beer law is franchise law combined with alcohol control laws, brewers being the franchisors, […]
Following his nomination by the Board of Governors of the Beverly Hills Bar Association, Barry became a member of the Association’s Order of Distinguished Attorneys, the highest available level of the Association’s membership, in June 2013.
Barry Kurtz was featured in an Alumni Profile on the Southwestern Law School Alumni Association website. A Practice in Franchise Law Barry Kurtz ’73, the sole shareholder of Kurtz Law Group, A Professional Corporation, has specialized in the practice of franchise law since 1980. As a franchise attorney, Mr. Kurtz has represented clients on a […]
Barry Kurtz has been selected as a 2013 Super Lawyer in his specialty of Franchise Law. This honor is bestowed by the Journal of Law and Politics, in conjunction with Los Angeles Magazine. Barry was likewise selected as a Super Lawyer in 2010, 2011 and 2012. The Super Lawyer designation is the result of peer […]
On September 14, 2012, Barry Kurtz and the Kurtz Law Group were showcased in the Daily Journal’s Law Firm Business section. Lawyers with the 16-year-old Woodland Hills firm, Kurtz Law Group APC say they’ve achieved their success by specializing solely in franchise and transactional law. The firm’s focus is so narrow it has to refer clients […]
Barry Kurtz was selected by ALM Media and LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell in October 2012 as one of Southern California’s Top Rated Lawyers with an AV Preimineent Peer Review Rating, the highest rating in legal ability and ethical standards.
Barry Kurtz was selected by the Pacific Coast Business Times in October 2012 as one of the top attorneys in Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Ventura Counties for “the quality and quantity of his efforts advising clients” in these three counties.