Admitted in Central, Eastern, and Northern Federal District
Admitted in Southern, Central, and Northern Bankruptcy Court La Vern College of Law – J.D.
University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) – B.A. in Philosophy
Acted as counsel for various tenants and landlords in issues and disputes concerning tenancy and lease agreements.
Have drafted various types of lease agreements and insurance agreements for landlords and residential property owners.
Have vast experience in successfully representing tenants, home-owners and landlords in unlawful detainer actions following foreclosures, negligence or any breach of the landlord-tenant lease agreement.
Successfully negotiated settlement agreements on behalf of tenants and homeowners facing unlawful detainer actions.
Business Litigation and Lender Litigation Defense
Successfully represented Individuals and entities in both state and federal courts, on various issues dealing with violations of Business and Professions Code provisions, fraud, quiet title, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, negligence, and various other Civil Code violations.
Represented and defended major corporations and other business entities, in both state and federal court, in complex litigation matters involving breach of contract disputes and fraud regarding issues in real estate transactions and disbursement of insurance proceeds.
Represented individuals in suits against multi-billion dollar corporations and financial institutions in both state and federal court, for a variety of different issues resulting from misrepresentations, fraud, negligence, violations of finance lender laws, infliction of emotional distress and various other Civil Code violations.
Have vast experience in representing appellants in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Appellate District Courts of California.
Successfully brought and defended a variety of different appellate motions and filed Appellate Briefs in a concerning a variety of different complex legal issues up on appeal.