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1st Century Bank, Alan Rothenberg, Antonio Villaraigosa, Bet Tzedek, Bet Tzedek Legal Services – The House of Justice, Bonnie Rubin, Eric George of 1st Century Bank / Institute of Governmental Studies / Bet Tzedek, Holly Fujie, Latham & Watkins, Ronald George

2010 — 1st Century Bank Alan Rothenberg cites potential conflicts re California Pizza Kitchen in quitting Los Angeles Airport Commission (TLR Note: Resemble conflicts re Holly Fujie, Bonnie Rubin, Eric George, Bet Tzedek, Latham & Watkins ‘s David Lash)

The president of the Los Angeles airport commission resigned Thursday, saying his ties to a popular restaurant chain have complicated efforts to transform the dining and shopping experience for travelers at Los Angeles International Airport.

Alan Rothenberg, an attorney and investment banker in Century City, sent a letter to Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announcing his departure from the Board of Airport Commissioners, where he has served for five years.

City lawyers concluded that Rothenberg had potential conflicts of interest because he serves on the board and owns about $1 million of stock in California Pizza Kitchen, a restaurant chain directly and indirectly involved in bids for concession contracts. Rothenberg requested the review.

 

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