Entertainment attorney Kevin Morris sometimes retreats to a small Santa Monica hideaway – located a few miles west of the fancy Century City offices of his Morris Yorn law firm – to get away from the everyday buzz of Hollywood lawyering. That’s where he wrote the book “White Man’s Problems,” a series of short stories centered on dudes of various ages trying to figure out life’s conundrums. “It’s about the predicaments and the life cycle of guys,” he said at the book’s launch party Tuesday evening at the home of his law partner of 20 years, Kevin Yorn. Several of his celebrity clients and friends attended, including Courteney Cox, Trey Parker, Minnie Driver, MTV Networks’ Doug Herzog and Tom Lassally. “I don’t have a lot of lawyer needs,” Cox said, “But if I do, I turn to Kevin.”

(Pictured: Anne Garefino, Doug Herzog, author Kevin Morris and Trey Parker at the “White Man’s Problems” book party)