Practice Areas and About the Firm

About the Firm

Areas of Practice - SSJLAw

Firm Overview:

Solomon Saltsman and Jamieson, also known as SSJ Law, is comprised of passionate, dynamic, and successful lawyers that are distinguished by our enthusiasm and innovative approach to prevail over legal obstacles.

While our practice areas are varied, there is one thing that stays constant: our commitment to the client.

This had led to us not only being known as the standard-bearer in obtaining and retaining alcohol licenses for all types of on- and off-site alcohol sellers, but also being recognized as a premier firm in the areas of:

  • civil litigation;
  • business litigation;
  • serious personal injury and wrongful death matters;
  • government relations and land use planning;
  • Indian gaming and entertainment, internet, and casino gaming; and
  • administrative law.

For more than 45 years, our unique approach has fueled the synergy of the firm, promoted successful collaborative outcomes, and ignited the gusto that has become our trademark. Above all, we value collaboration, diversity, and inclusiveness in each of our practice areas.

Our hard work has translated to not only successes in the courtroom and before public bodies, but also being recognized by our peers and nominated to SuperLawyers®, Best Lawyers®, AVVO, and Martindale Hubbel’s AV Preeminent for the highest standard in legal ability and ethics to name a few.

Let us show you how we can help you.

Our Clients Include but not limited to:

Entertainment Venues
Hospitality Businesses
Indian Casinos
Indian Tribes
Markets & Convenience Stores
Night Clubs
Oil Companies
Sports Facilities
And a Variety of Other Areas

Trial & Appellate Law in the Following Areas

Civil Litigation and Trial
Administrative Law
Alcoholic Beverage Control Hearings
Appellate Law
Business Disputes
Cafe’ Entertainment Shows Licensing
Constitutional Law
Employment Law – Employee/Employer
Entertainment Licensing/Permits
Fire Permits/Licensing
Fraud Cases
Government Clients
Government Relations
Indian Gaming/Sovereignty
Land Use Planning, Zoning, Entitlements Licensing
Personal Injury
Police Permits
Professional Licensing
Wrongful Death – Serious Personal Injuries

Indian Casinos & Tribes

Chumash Casino Hotel and Resort – Santa Ynez Band of Mission Indians
Dry Creek Band of Pomo Indians – River Rock Casino
Ewiiaapaayp Indian Tribe
Pala Indian Tribe
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Casino
San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians – Valley View Casino
San Pasqual Casino Development Group Inc.
Sycuan Indian Tribe

Current & Previous Clients – Partial List:

7-Eleven and 7-Eleven Franchisees
ABC Television
Acapulco/El Torito
AEG Live
Alcoholic Beverage Control Investigations Associates
Anaheim Police Officers Association
Arco Products Company
Barneys Restaurants
BJ’s Restuarants
British Petroleum
Cadence Capital Investments
Caremark Pharmacy
Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Chuck E. Cheese/CEC Entertainment
City of La Habra
Claim Jumper
Comerica Bank
Dave & Busters
Equilion (Texaco)
Ernie Banks (Legendary Hall of Fame Baseball Player nicknamed “Mr. Cub”
Getty Arts Trust (Museum)
Gmri, Inc./Olive Garden
Houston’s Restaurants
Hustler Casino – Larry Flynt
Il Fornaio
Kodak Theatre
Korean-American Grocers Association
Loews Hotels
Long Beach Police Officers Association
Longs Drugs
Los Angeles County Natural History Museum
Los Angeles Police and Fire Protective League
Marriott Hotels
Ontario Police Officers Association
Outback Steakhouse
Palm Springs Police Officers Association
Phillips 66 Company
Renaissance Hotels
Ridgetop Ranch
San Diego Merchants Association
San Diego Police Officer Association
San Francisco Police Officers Association
Sheraton Hotels
Starwood Hotels
Strategic Hotel Capital
Tesco/Fresh & Easy
Tosco Corp./Conoco Phillips/Circle K Stores, Inc.
United Oil
Universal Studios
Walt Disney Company
Western Host Hotels
Whole Foods
Wolfgang Puck Catering & Events

And we are all grateful to all our wonderful clients that are individuals, sole proprietorships, and smaller businesses, throughout the State.