Since 1943, when it was first established by retired Superior Court Judge Earl C. Broady, Sr., IMW has provided services to the Los Angeles region. After being appointed to the bench, judges Charles R. Scarlett and Robert L. Roberson, Jr., the firm changed its name to Ivie and McNeill in 1980. Ivie, McNeill & Wyatt was the company's new name from then on, then in 2019 it changed to Ivie McNeill Wyatt Purcell & Diggs. IMW is a legally recognized minority-owned firm.
They are trial lawyers that specialize in finding solutions to issues. IMW has a strong reputation for litigating cases in state and federal courts with vigor and effectiveness. They can do many different things. IMW also provides transactional, investigative, and counseling services across a range of professional areas.
The attorneys offer clients full services backed by their unrivaled legal analysis and writing abilities, which are highlighted by their wide knowledge and expertise. They have represented clients of all stripes throughout its 77-year history, which has given them a thorough understanding of the law and enabled them to foresee their adversaries' tactics in every case.