temp Ingber & Associates is a top-rated boutique law Firm committed to the highest quality representation of its clients. The Firm specializes in the areas of litigation, general business, employment, entertainment and real estate law. The Firm was founded in 2008 by Southern California Super Lawyer Kenneth S. Ingber, who has been practicing law in the State of California since 1994.

The Firm prides itself on its ability to provide a vast depth of knowledge in its core practice areas, while providing personalized attention to its clients. The Firm is comprised of three attorneys: Kenneth S. Ingber, Karol H. Ingber and Benson K. Lau.

While Ingber & Associates is staffed to meet many of your legal needs, the Firm specializes in the practice areas of litigation, general business, employment, entertainment and real estate law. In its litigation practice, the Firm represents publicly traded companies, institutions, businesses and individuals in commercial disputes involving entertainment, securities, employment and real estate matters. In its corporate practice, the Firm represents clients in real estate and employment matters, while the Firm's entertainment practice focuses on television and motion picture transactions and litigation.

We provide excellent legal services to our clients by winning cases aggressively and efficiently with our clients' interests at heart. In July 2014, the Firm relocated from Century City, California to new offices in Agoura Hills, California, where the Firm conveniently serves all of Southern California. While the offices provide close proximity to the courts of Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties, the Firm handles disputes throughout the State of California, and has successfully handled cases in most courts in Northern California as well.

Agoura Hills is located in Los Angeles County, California, approximately 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. It is situated in the eastern Conejo Valley between the Simi Hills and the Santa Monica Mountains. The offices are located near the foot of Ladyface Mountain, which rises to 2,031 feet above sea level and is visible for miles. Ladyface is a popular hiking trail and is referred to as a gateway to the Santa Monica Mountains. Legend has it that the name “Ladyface” originated with the native Chumash Indians, who perched on the mountain to keep a lookout over the entire valley.