Since his admission to the California bar in 2001, David E. Libman, Esq., LL.M. has had the opportunity to practice in a variety of related and complementary practice areas. See Areas of Practice. These days, David’s practice focuses primarily on business, real estate and estate planning matters — with a balance between lawsuits and transactional matters.
David’s practice frequently involves civil litigation – an arena in which he has successfully tried and/or settled cases in both California and Colorado. David has been able to consistently achieve successful litigation outcomes that have met or exceeded his client’s expectations.
Those lawsuits have included, among other things, multi-million dollar complex business disputes involving breach of contract and related tort claims, creditor/debtor disputes, real property disputes involving quiet title, partition and unlawful detainer (a.k.a. eviction) claims, and elder abuse claims.
In 2008, David received a master of laws degree (LL.M.) from UCLA in business law with a tax emphasis. As such, David devotes part of his practice to estate planning and tax matters.
With estate planning, David works with his clients to develop a comprehensive strategy that works best for them and their particular needs – not just a cookie-cutter “one size fits all” approach. David frequently assists clients in setting up or amending wills, trusts, healthcare directives and powers of attorney.
Though the Orange County’s Community Service Programs, Inc., David has completed the requisite training as dictated by the California Dispute Resolution Programs Act of 1986 to serve as a mediator, including in unlawful detainer disputes.
David expects his role as a mediator will become an increasingly prominent aspect of his practice in the coming years due to the continuing backlog of litigation in California court system.
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