The Westwood office of Woolf & Nachimson, LLP is strategically located to serve a wide variety of business, intellectual property, entertainment, real estate, and banking customer bases, among others.


Woolf & Nachimson, LLP is a full-service boutique law firm whose practice areas span a wide variety of legal areas, with a special focus in the areas of bankruptcy, creditors rights, patent, trademark, copyright, business, employment and real estate.

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Small Business Reorganization and Haven Acts signed into law Aug 28, 2019

President Donald J. Trump signed the “Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019” (SBRA; H.R. 3311) into law. The bipartisan legislation passed the House in late July and the Senate on August 1. The law will take effect in February 2020. SBRA ensures that small businesses will be able to reorganize and rehabilitate their financial affairs […]

Benjamin Nachimson Will Present at the San Fernando Valley Bar Association on Attorneys’ Fees in Bankruptcy May 01, 2019

On May 10, 2019,  Benjamin Nachimson will be part  of a panel discussion of “Bankruptcy Attorney Fees Opening the Floodgates” from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM before the San Fernando Valley Bar Association at its offices located at 20750 Ventura Blvd., Suite 140, Woodland Hills, CA 91364.

Chaim Woolf Obtains Trademark Approval Mar 15, 2019

Chaim Woolf has obtain approval from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the trademark of TK Kosher, a kosher  certification service.  Consumers who see the following symbol on any packaging:  can be assured that product has been certified by Kosher under the auspices of Rabbi Yosef Teitlebaum, the owner of this trademark.

WE HAVE MOVED! Jan 15, 2019

Woolf & Nachimson, LLP has moved. Our new address is 1100 Glendon Avenue, 15th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90024.

Benjamin Nachimson obtains $1.48 Million Dollar Judgment May 30, 2017

In a Memorandum of Decision published on the website of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Benjamin Nachimson’s client, Daniel Rubinstein, was awarded a judgment in the amount of $1,480,284.24 plus interest. The Memorandum of Decision addressed several important legal issues surrounding the nondischargeability of punitive damages in which the Court ruled consistently in favor of […]