Kenneth J. Kelly, Member of the Firm, and Amy B. Messigian, an Associate, in the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practice, in the firm’s New York and Los Angeles offices, respectively, were featured in multiple media outlets regarding the firm’s representation of Luis Miguel’s former business manager, William Brockhaus.

Following is an excerpt from The San Diego Union-Tribune, “Luis Miguel Queda en Libertad Bajo Fianza Tras Ser Arrestado en Los Ángeles” (“Luis Miguel is Released on Bail After Being Arrested in Los Angeles”):

“A questioning of Madera before the judge is necessary to know the whereabouts of the property of Luis Miguel,” said lawyer Kenneth J. Kelly, also on behalf of Brockhaus.

Following is an excerpt from Milenio, “Sale ‘El Sol’... por Un Millón” (“Sale ‘El Sol’…for One Million”):

In complaint 2-16 cv 06275 VAP (JPRx), filed before the Central District Court of California, it is stated that Luis Miguel personally received the summons for February 16 and March 9; However, in the statement issued by Brockhaus's lawyer, Amy B. Messigian, associate of the firm Epstein Becker & Green, PC, also notes that the singer refused to receive such documents during his stay in a hotel in Las Vegas , Nevada, which he says, “were deposited in his luggage and he threw them to the ground.

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