Martin S. Rudoy represents individuals and businesses in both transactional and litigation matters. He practices in the areas of bankruptcy, business and real estate. His transactional practice is centered around the sale and acquisition of businesses and real estate, and related financing and lending agreements. His litigation practice includes quiet title actions, mortgage and lending issues, partnership and corporate disputes, breach of contract cases and adversarial actions in bankruptcy court. Mr. Rudoy is a trained mediator. His background as a television writer helps him find innovative solutions to apparently intractable issues. Mr. Rudoy is admitted to practice in the States of California and New York. He received his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1971 and his J.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School in 1974.
Anything Real Estate
Business Law, Criminal Defense, Entertainment Law, Real Estate
California; New York.
Los Angeles County Bar Association; San Fernando Valley Bar Association; Writers Guild of America, west.
University of Wisconsin, BA (Marketing), 1971; University of Wisconsin Law School, JD, 1974