Rudolph G. Klapper

Associate

555 S. Flower Street
30th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Phone: (213) 891-0321


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Education

University of Southern California B.S. in Music Industry, minor in Business Law, 2011
  • Recipient of Presidential Scholarship
  • Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity
  • Order of Omega

Loyola Law School of Los Angeles
J.D., 2014
  • Developments Editor, Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review
  • Recipient of Dean's Scholarship
  • Transactional Entertainment Law Concentration (with honors)

Practice Areas


Rudolph G. Klapper joined Parker, Milliken, Clark, O'Hara & Samuelian as an associate in 2015. He specializes in litigation and labor and employment and has experience in business transactional, corporate and intellectual property matters. Prior to joining Parker Milliken, Mr. Klapper worked as the assistant corporate counsel at VXI Global Solutions, LLC. His representative matters include corporate/labor transactional work with a focus on business entity formation, due diligence, ERISA advice and compliance, mergers and acquisitions, cryptocurrency securities and compliance issues, trademark and copyright advising, Cal-OSHA compliance, and digital/new media advising, as well as general business/corporate defense-side litigation with a focus on contract matters, trade secret theft, and labor/employment disputes.

While at Loyola, Mr. Klapper wrote and published an article on the current state of the ballot initiative in California. That article was the 2013 recipient of the David W. Burcham award for Best Student Article. He also participated on the board of the Intellectual Property Law Society and served as a tutor in the school's Writing Tutor program. As an extern at the non-profit Center for Conflict Resolution, Mr. Klapper helped provide mediation, conciliation and facilitation services to communities throughout Los Angeles County.

Mr. Klapper is a member of the American Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association, and Beverly Hills Bar Association. He is admitted to practice before all California and New York state courts and before the United States District Courts for the Central and South Districts of California.

Publications
  • Recent Remarks by SEC Chair Jay Clayton Suggest the Commission Is Taking a Common-Sense Approach to Its Role in Regulating Virtual Currencies” - Los Angeles Daily Journal, February 16, 2018.
  • The Initiative Process Is Creating An Untenable Constitution – Los Angeles Daily Journal, January 21, 2016.
  • The Falcon Cannot Hear the Falconer: How California’s Initiative Process Is Creating An Untenable Constitution” – 48 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 755 (2015), available at http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/llr/vol48/iss3/6