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PETER UEBERROTH SELECTS LATHAM & WATKINS FOR 'REBUILD LA' TASK FORCE

PETER UEBERROTH SELECTS LATHAM & WATKINS FOR 'REBUILD LA' TASK FORCE
 Peter Ueberroth, newly named by Mayor Tom Bradley to head a "Rebuild LA" extragovernmental task force in the wake of last week's civil unrest, has selected Los Angeles-based Latham & Watkins for legal counsel and services. Latham senior partner Barry Sanders, one of the nation's foremost international business lawyers, will spearhead the firm's effort, which is providing these services "pro bono." Sanders' first role Monday morning was to incorporate the non-profit corporation. He will be working with Ueberroth to seek commitments of assistance from the public and private sectors.
 Recently, Sanders served as the general counsel for the Council on California Competitiveness, which also was chaired by Ueberroth and, ironically, released its 107-page report just one week before the rioting.
 If interested in scheduling an interview with Sanders to discuss the "Rebuild LA" effort, either in person or by phone, call Sydney Knott or Holly Kinyon at 310-457-3676 or Sanders directly at 213-891-8220.
 WHAT: "Rebuild LA" Task Force
 WHO: Latham & Watkins partner Barry Sanders
 CONTACT: Sydney Knott or Holly Kinyon of Casey & Sayre, 310-457-3676, for Latham & Watkins
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CO: "Rebuild LA" Task Force; Latham & Watkins ST: California IN: SU:

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