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Mr. Mel Aranoff

Horgan, Rosen, Beckham & Coren LLP
Regular Member
Office:
23975 Park Sorrento, Suite 200
Calabasas, CA 91302

Phone: 818-591-2121
Fax: 818-591-3838
Email: maranoff@horganrosen.com

Law School: UCLA (1975)

Practice Areas:
 

University of California at Los Angeles, B.A.;Law School University of California School of Law at Los Angeles, J.D.
Admitted 1975
Lectures/Publications:
Panelist: Los Angeles County Bar Association's 1993 Continuing Legal Education Convention and Trade Show on "Remedies During a Recession, Attachment, Injunctions, Receiverships & the New Lis Pendens Law;" Los Angeles County Bar Association, fall of 1994, on recent developments in the Writs and Receivers area; Los Angeles County Bar Associationís December 2001 program on "Fundamentals of Pre-Judgment Remedies." He moderated breakfast panels in the fall of 1994 and Spring of 2007 for the Los Angeles County Bar Association, with Los Angeles Superior Court judges and commissioners concerning recent developments in the Writs and Receivers area. He also moderated and spoke at the Los Angeles County Barís program, "Youíve Got Your Writ, Now What?" in June of 2005. He also lectured with Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Victor Greenberg on Writs of Attachment for the San Fernando Valley Bar Association in June of 2007 and the Beverly Hills Bar Association in March of 2011. Mr. Aranoff has authored the following: "Involuntary Bankruptcy: A Default Remedy for Lessors," Vol. 14, No. 5, WAEL Newsline, November, 1988; "Claim and Delivery of Leased Equipment" (co-author with Thomas E. McCurnin), WAEL Newsline, August, 1992; "Insolvency Amendment to Ex Parte Issuance of Writs of Attachment," Vol. 5, No. 1, and "Recent Case Developments," Vol. 5, No. 2, Los Angeles County Bar Association Prejudgment Remedies Section Newsletter, 1989; "How Much Is Too Much? or Lender Liability for Overattachment," Vol. 8, No. 2, Los Angeles County Bar Association Provisional and Post-Judgment Remedies Section Newsletter, 1992; "Foreign Attachment Violates One Form of Action Rule," Vol. 11, No. 1, Los Angeles County Bar Association Provisional and Post-Judgment Remedies Section Newsletter, 1995; "The Tap Is Turned off on Water Utility Priorities," Los Angeles County Bar Association Provisional and Post-Judgment Remedies Section Newsletter, 1997"How Many Times Do I Have to Tell You. . . ? (Assignment of Rents in Commercial Trust Deeds)"; "Get Over It, Once Itís Over (Impact of dismissed bankruptcy on state court procedure)," Los Angeles County Bar Association Provisional and Post-Judgment Remedies Section Newsletter, 2001 and "Domestic Partners and Remedies," Los Angeles County Bar Association Remedies Section Newsletter, 2007. Consultant for the chapter on Personal Property Leases in Bancroft-Whitney's California Civil Practice, "Business Litigation," 1993, and consultant/editor for the California CEBís "Action Guide: Enforcing Security Interests in Personal Property," 2005.



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