Law Offices of Patrick J. Burns, Jr., PC 415 N Camden Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90210 The Law Offices of Patrick J. Burns, Jr. is a business law firm specializing in securities, employment, and corporate…More law. Patrick J. Burns is a member of the California, New York and New Jersey State Bar Associations.
Bar-Ilan University 8730 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 Bar-Ilan University is a Jewish academic community with campuses located in Israel, New York, Michigan, Hollywood and…More Beverly Hills. The university offers studies in sciences, humanities, law, engineering, business and the arts, all within a framework of Jewish heritage and culture.
This is the Beverly Hills office and studio for Goldberg Coins, a family-owned and operated auctioneer firm with…More other offices in New York. It was founded in 1931 by Larry and Ira Goldberg. It specializes in the collection and selling of rare coins, bills and international currencies. It also represents vintage documents, such as historical deeds, laws and government declarations.
The Goldbergs appear for depositions and court hearing as expert witnesses for the Federal Trade Commission, the FBI and IRS investigations. The firm is also a certified appraiser for banks and insurance companies when rare collections come into question.
The Beverly Hills City Council is comprised of five council members who are elected and serve for a period of four…More years. These council members represent the city of Beverly Hills. Elections take place every odd-numbered year, with either two or three members elected at a time.
From within the council, members appoint a mayor and vice mayor for one year, with these positions rotating every March. The mayor is the presiding officer at council meetings, as well as the city's ceremonial representative at public events.
The council is responsible for adopting an annual budget, enacting local laws and establishing new policies. The city manager is employed by the council to carry out approved policies and to serve as the executive officer of Beverly Hills.
Council meetings are held the first and third Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers, located on the second floor of City Hall. Special meetings may be scheduled at other times. The council follows an agenda that is posted on the city's Web site and in the city clerk's office two to three days prior to a scheduled meeting.
All council meetings are broadcast live on BHTV10 and streamed live on the web.