Civil Litigation

Throughout my career, I have devoted much of my practice to civil litigation. In that regard, I am admitted to practice by the Supreme Courts of California and Colorado, the United States District Court for the Central District of California and the United States Tax Court. My litigation experience includes all phases of the litigation process, including: (1) the initial pleading stage – e.g., complaints, answers, demurrers, motions to strike, etc.; (2) the discovery process, including interrogatories, requests for admission, requests for production, and percipient and expert depositions; (3) extensive motion practice, including motions for summary judgment or adjudication; and (4) when necessary, trial. Indeed, I have successfully tried and/or settled cases in both California and Colorado.

A sampling of the issues I have litigated over the years include, but are not limited to claims for: breach of contract; breach of good faith and fair dealing; unfair competition; violation of the California Unfair Practices Act; breach of fiduciary duties; negligence; intentional interference with prospective economic advantage; malicious prosecution; abuse of process; quiet title and declaratory relief.

I am proud to have been able to assist my clients in achieving some very satisfactory litigation results over the years. Clients need an attorney who can be objective, offer both legal and common sense advice, and – perhaps, most importantly – listen to the client’s actual wants and needs (as opposed to the attorney’s wants and needs). Let me be that attorney for you.

Please do not hesitate to contact me to set up a complimentary initial consultation.