Stewart J. Neuville
(Licensed in California and Nevada) 11845 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 1000
Los Angeles, CA 90064 
Telephone:   310-312-8100
Facsimile:   310-312-8621
"Justice is conscience, not a personal conscience but the conscience of the whole of humanity. Those who clearly recognize the voice of their own conscience usually recognize also the voice of justice."
- Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Our Small Business Clients
Litigation Business Law Employment/
Intellectual Property Real Estate
Our Small Business Clients' Personal Needs
  Wills & Trusts Healthcare Conservatorship
With a Little Help From Our Friends
Personal Injury Criminal/DUI Family Law Bankruptcy
Litigation top
Mr. Neuville has litigated matters in all areas of the practice. He has successfully litigated issues of breach of contract (oral and written), employer defense, trade secret, copyright and trademark infringement, idea misappropriation, tortious interference with economic advantage, false advertising, unfair competition, breach of fiduciary duties, libel/slander, trade libel, accounting, profit participation, fraud, misrepresentation in security transactions, special risk doctrine, bankruptcy non-dischargability of debt and relief from automatic stay, breach of duties of real estate brokers, real estate quiet title and commercial landlord-tenant issues.
Business Law top
Mr. Neuville has assisted his clients in the incorporation of general, Close and "S" corporations, general and limited partnership agreements and limited liability companies. Mr. Neuville has experience in corporate dissolution, Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) buy/sell agreements for consumer goods and buy/sell agreements of ongoing businesses (bulk sales), UCC security filings, and commercial real estate leases.
Employment / Labor top
Mr. Neuville has assisted his clients with hearings before the California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Labor Standards Enforcement. He has litigated issues of employee status, wages, overtime pay, vacation pay and wrongful termination. He has also litigated issues arising under the Talent Agency Act. Mr. Neuville has written, reviewed and assisted employers in the development of their employee handbooks and the implementing of their concurrent policies and procedures manuals.
Intellectual Property top
In addition to litigating copyright and trademark infringement claims, Mr. Neuville has completed many copyright and trademark filings throughout North America, the European Community, Australia and Japan is familiar with the worldwide Madrid Protocols. Mr. Neuville has transactional experience in the areas of publishing and rights acquisition, licensing, production financing, music recording, management contracts, and talent contracts relative to DGA, WGA, SAG, IATSE and NABET union agreements.
Real Estate top
Mr. Neuville has assisted his clients in the purchase and sale of commercial real estate and the development and negotiation of long-term commercial tenant leaseholds; and, the negotiation and writing of real estate broker, listing and mortgage broker agreements. Mr. Neuville has also worked with his clients on financing agreements, loan applications and loan commitments. And he has assisted them in foreclosure proceedings while considering the effect of anti-deficiency laws and the "One Action" Rule / "Security First" Rule.
Wills and Trusts top
Experienced, qualified estate planning is essential if your needs are to be handled properly during your lifetime, and to arrange for your estate to be distributed according to your wishes after your death. Mr. Neuville can draft the necessary estate planning documents to meet your unique needs, including your Will, a Power of Attorney (Durable), an Advanced Healthcare Directive, or a Living Trust.
Healthcare top
We assist those involved in the complex issues of quality, access and financing of health care with many of these issues grounded in the law of contracts, torts, corporations, administrative regulation and ethics, including patient rights, professional licensure, and bio-ethical policy. Many times these are issues of public health and safety, social justice and resource allocation of medical care.

We do not represent individuals on either side in medical malpractice cases.
Conservatorship top
Conservatorships are used in California when a person can no longer handle their own financial matters or take care of themselves physically. In addition to helping his clients avoid an unknown person being appointed by the Court to handle these matters, Mr. Neuville has fought involuntary conservatorships as well as prepared voluntary applications to appoint conservators of the client's choice.