He is also a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers, the American Law Institute, and the Los Angeles Business Advisors.
What does LABA stand for?
LABA stands for Los Angeles Business Advisors
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We have 33 other meanings of LABA in our Acronym Attic
- Life Is A Bitch & Then You Die
- B-Lymphocyte Activation Antigen B7-1
- Latin American Boxing Association
- Latin American Business Association
- Lebanese Alliance for Breastfeeding Action
- Leicestershire Asian Business Association (UK)
- Libera Accademia Belle Arti
- Litchfield Area Business Association
- Long-Acting Beta-Agonist
- Los Angeles Bowling Association
- Lubbock Area Baptist Association (Lubbock, TX)
- Los Angeles Book Arts Center (Los Angeles, CA)
- Latin American Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition
- Louisiana Association of Beverage Alcohol Licensees
- Los Angeles Business Assistance Program (California)
- Low Altitude Bomb-Aiming System
- Life's A Bitch and Then You Die
- Los Angeles Business Assistance Virtual Network (open city contracts database)
- Lothian and Borders Bio-Check (UK)
- Los Angeles Black Book Expo (California)
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Beyond that, Walters complained that Keeley has continued to remain an active adviser to Riordan on issues such as charter reform as well as to the Los Angeles Business Advisors and Councilman Joel Wachs on the Staples Center arena.
He served as chairman of the board of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce and the Los Angeles Business Advisors.
Supporters raised an additional $135,000, led by contributions from the Los Angeles Business Advisors, $50,000; Bank of America, $40,000; Peter Mullin of the Mullin Consulting Group, $20,000; and American Golf Corp.
He serves on the board of directors of Special Olympics of Southern California and on the liaison committee of the Los Angeles Business Advisors.
They are joined by a vast civic coalition that includes every citywide elected official (Mayor Richard Riordan, City Attorney James Hahn and City Controller Rick Tuttle), members of the City Council (such as Michael Feuer, Cindy Miscikowski and Joel Wachs), business leaders (including the Los Angeles Business Advisors and the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce), San Fernando Valley leaders (including Bert Boeckmann, Richard Close, David Fleming and Tony Lucente), and groups ranging from labor organizations to the League of Women Voters, from the African-American Jewish Leadership Coalition to the Studio City Homeowners Association.
He is a member of the Los Angeles Business Advisors.
Sam Bell, president, Los Angeles Business Advisors.