Kenneth A. Linzer is a Partner at Hobart Linzer, LLP. Mr. Linzer began his legal career in 1985 with Paul Hastings and managed Linzer & Associates for 20 years thereafter before co-founding Hobart Linzer. He provides strategic counsel to clients in the courtroom and in the boardroom. He is trusted by clients to resolve litigation and business disputes, as well as for his advice regarding key corporate issues. Mr. Linzer frequently counsels executives, business owners and boards of directors in matters including strategic planning and corporate governance, and is particularly experienced in the real estate, entertainment, intellectual property and technology industries. Mr. Linzer has successfully represented several commercial litigation financers
regarding various challenges to enforcement of their investment contracts.
Mr. Linzer has an AV rating form Martindale Hubbell and has also been named to California’s Super Lawyers. He is a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association Sections on Business and Corporations, Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law (past member of Executive Committee), and Litigation; the Beverly Hills Bar Association Sections on Business Law, Trademark and Copyright Law, Entertainment Law, and Litigation; the State Bar of California Sections on Business Law, Intellectual Property and Litigation; and the American Bar Association Sections on Science and Technology Law, Business Law, Entertainment Law, Intellectual Property, and Franchising. Mr. Linzer has also served as a Judge Pro Tempore of the Los Angeles and Beverly Hills Municipal Courts.
Mr. Linzer is a frequent lecturer on legal aspects of doing business online, trademark, copyright, entrepreneurship and business law topics at the University of Southern California’s Entrepreneur Program, Loyola Marymount University Graduate School of Business Administration, American Women’s Economic Development Corporation, Online Expo, and several Small Business Development Centers in the Southern California area.
Mr. Linzer received his J.D. degree from University of San Diego in 1985, graduating magna cum laude, where he was Lead Articles Editor of the Law Review, a Legal Instructor and winner of several Moot Court competitions. Mr. Linzer received his B.S. degree from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts in 1972, graduating cum laude, where he was Chief Justice of the Residence Hall Judiciary Council and a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity.