On May 20, 2019, Alex Weingarten was recognized by the Los Angeles Business Journal as one if its "LA500" for 2019. This list includes the 500 most influential leaders whose contributions to the business community have helped shape Los Angeles County.
In recognizing Weingarten, the Los Angeles Business Journal wrote:
Over the past 18 months, Weingarten has tried and won six cases and orchestrated favorable settlement outcomes in several others. He represented Wiz Khalifa in a dispute with the rapper's former manager; the adult children of the late Alan Thicke in an estate dispute; and Steve Angello, a founder of electronic music supergroup Swedish House Mafia, in claims between former business partners in a record label. Weingarten also recently won a trial for the trustees of a $100 million-plus trust in an elder-abuse case.