Loren G. Freestone is a business, employment, and litigation lawyer in California. He mainly advises employers, health practitioners and corporations of all sizes in employment disputes, litigation, and trial. He represents clients in employment-related litigation involving wrongful termination, discrimination claims, wage & hour violations, and harassment.
He provides counseling to employers on issues and claims concerning employment. He also represents employers facing civil restraining orders in employment matters. He has successfully won lawsuits in favor of his clients before the Court of Appeal. Publications have featured the appellate decisions of some of his cases. He is an authority and highly respected personality in the legal circle.
In July 2018, Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. appointed him a Judge of the San Diego County Superior Court. He has replaced the retiring Judge David J. Danielsen.
Attorney Freestone has served as the president of the San Diego County Bar Association in 2017. His peers elected him to the association’s Board of Directors in 2013. He has also worked as its Secretary and President-Elect. He was also the Chair of its Ethnic Relations and Diversity Committee Diversity Fellowship Program. He is also a former board member of the Tom Homann Law Association.
Mr. Loren G. Freestone is a partner at law firm, Higgs, Fletcher and Mack LLP since 2014. He worked as an associate in this law firm from 1999 to 2004 and again from 2008 to 2014. From the year 2004 to 2008, he served as an associate at the law firm, Hurst and Hurst. He worked with the law firm McInnis, Fitzgerald, Rees, and Sharkey from 1998 to 1999.
He received the best of training in legal advocacy and civility, by Associate Justice Judith L. Haller of the Fourth District Court of Appeal when he served as his judicial extern. Hon. Gregory W. Pollack trained him as a new lawyer.
Loren Freestone has obtained two bachelors of arts degrees from the University of California Los Angeles. He later attended the University of San Diego School of Law to earn his law degree in 1997.
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