William Ginsburg


WILLIAM H. GINSBURG Renowned attorney, loving husband, father, loyal son, brother and friend, passed on April 1, 2013 at his home in Los Angeles following a valiant struggle against cancer. He was 70 years old. Bill leaves his wife Laura, three children, two grandchildren, mother and...

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Bill was a wonderful friend and Atty. to Stan and I. He will
always be missed.

His good friend, Stanley Sludikoff joined him in heaven on

March 12, I hope they are spending alot of time together

having fun and also working, as that is what they loved

to do. ..

life will never be the same without them.

Ann Sludikoff

Missed our chance to make headlines again. Bill , We never finished the fight. Hope you can see them now as I continue the fight. Looking for my files you had. Hope I can find them. Watch from above as I take them down a notch or two.

Dear Laura, I was very sorry to hear about Bill's passing, I worked for Bill at Cotkin Collins & Ginsburg for more than 5 years. Bill also mentored my daughter and she is heading to law school. We have fond memories of Bill and our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

We are very honored and deeply moved to read the touching tributes and memories that are being posted. Thank you.

Happy are the pure in heart,since they will see God....matt.5:8 God is the comforter to all...~d~

My sincere condolence for the loss of William your dear loved one. May your fond thoughts of him bring back good memories. Peace and love to your family and friends, and to the spirit that you all show. [email protected]

I know you are on to bigger things Bill. Keep on being a light wherever you are. You remain as one in this world to many. Can't imagine you resting and that you will keep on going on...I never could keep up with you no matter how much I tried.

I worked for Bill for almost five years in the early 1990's. He was one of the most respectful and hard-working men that I ever had the pleasure of working for in this world. Probably my favorite job to date. He was as respectful to the janitor as he was to one of his partners. We could use more people with that kind of attitude in the world today. He taught me a great deal about people, work and life in general. I will miss his kind,amusing and other contributions to the world. My...