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James Scott Bovitz

James Scott Bovitz

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About James Scott Bovitz

Attorney Biography

Licensed for 44 years, James Scott Bovitz is a Business Bankruptcy and Bankruptcy lawyer in Los Angeles California who attended University of San Diego

Practice Areas

Business Bankruptcy (40%)
Bankruptcy (39%)
Business Law (21%)

Résumé - James Scott Bovitz

Bar Licenses

California State Bar
Member in Good Standing


University of San Diego
Diploma in Taxation

Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

University of California, Santa Barbara
B.A., with High Honors

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Specialty Certifications

American Board of Certification
Board Certified Specialist
Business Bankruptcy Law
American Board of Certification

State Bar of California
Board Certified Specialist
Bankruptcy Law
State Bar of California

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James Scott Bovitz

1100 Wilshire Blvd APT 2403
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Office: 213-346-8300
Fax: 213-928-4174

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Bar License Information

California Bar Membership -

James Scott Bovitz - Profile information with the State Bar of California - Find more information about James Scott Bovitz on the State Bar of California website, including: current status, actions affecting eligibility to practice law and disciplinary history.

Specialty Certification Information

Bankruptcy Law Specialty Certification -

CBLS Board Certification in Bankruptcy Law - Lawyers certified in bankruptcy law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization have demonstrated substantial involvement in this area of practice.

The term bankruptcy law is defined by the CBLS as the "practice of law under the United States Bankruptcy Code (11 U.S.C. Section 101, et seq.) ("Code")."

Bankruptcy law includes the representation "of debtors, creditors, trustees, committees, and all other interested parties under the Code."