California-based Klinedinst PC announces the addition of six new shareholders. The newest shareholders, who work in the law firm's San Diego and Sacramento offices, all come from very diverse legal backgrounds. However, each has demonstrated an incredible commitment to their clients, excellent work ethics, and superior legal skills. Klinedinst welcomes these six attorneys as shareholders of the firm.
San Diego, California (PRWEB) January 26, 2006 - Klinedinst PC is very pleased to announce that David N. Bregman, Dayna L. Chmelka, Mark H. Nys, Maurine P. Travis, Natalie P. Vance, and Gabe P. Wright have been elected to become shareholders of the firm.
"We are incredibly pleased to announce the addition of these six shareholders," noted John D. Klinedinst, CEO and Founder of Klinedinst PC. "I have had the good fortune of working closely with our newest shareholders. Each of them demonstrate a tremendous work ethic, providing superior legal counsel to our clients. They truly represent our core ideals of diversity, high legal skill, and integrity. On behalf of the firm, we welcome them as our newest shareholders."
David N. Bregman has been involved in all areas of General Civil Litigation. Mr. Bregman has represented clients in a wide variety of complex matters including business litigation, construction payment disputes, real estate matters, personal injury defense and the defense of developers, general contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers in construction defect litigation. Located in the firm's San Diego office, Mr. Bregman has tried to verdict personal injury, complex business fraud, and construction defect matters. In addition, he has arbitrated over 50 matters, and has extensive experience mediating complex cases to resolution.
Dayna L. Chmelka defends subcontractors and general contractors in claims involving construction defect, contract disputes, environmental issues, complex class-action lawsuits involving property damage, personal injury, and mold exposure. In addition, Ms. Chmelka represents companies in employment litigation. She counsels employers on affirmative action compliance, and helps draft employment policies. Ms. Chmelka has also litigated professional liability, products liability and general liability disputes.
Mark H. Nys counsels corporations concerning business disputes, contract negotiations, and environmental litigation. Much of his experience is in the construction industry, defending developers and contractors against residential and commercial construction defect litigation. Mr. Nys' practice includes defending large California-based automobile dealerships in lemon law and auto financing disputes. Mr. Nys also defends homeowner's associations and mobile home parks in a variety of legal matters. In addition, he has experience on transactional matters and intellectual property disputes, and is licensed to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Maurine P. Travis handles a variety of construction-related litigation matters in state and federal courts, including complex class-action lawsuits involving property damage, personal injury, and mold exposure, as well as claims for breach of contract and foreclosure of mechanic's liens. Her practice focuses primarily on the defense of various subcontractors and general contractors in connection with alleged construction defects, construction site accidents, contract disputes, environmental and real estate issues. Ms. Travis also litigates creditor's rights in bankruptcy court in both the Southern District and Central District of California, among others, and she recently won a case by defeating a debtor's preference claim, securing a dismissal for the client.
Natalie P. Vance is the managing shareholder of the Sacramento law office of Klinedinst PC. She originally opened the office in Northern California back in 2004. She has experience in professional liability, general liability, employment litigation and insurance coverage matters. She also counsels clients with legal malpractice matters and provides sound legal advice to ensure that clients' legal and business needs are met. Ms. Vance has experience in jury trials, binding arbitrations and mediation. She was a freelance writer and a producer of human resource training films before joining Klinedinst.
Gabe P. Wright has a broad range of civil litigation experience. His practice involves litigation and trial of complex disputes, commercial matters, and real estate related issues. Mr. Wright's experience includes contract review and negotiation, as well as defense litigation for clients in the construction industry, representation of real estate brokers and property owners in residential and commercial non-disclosure and real property litigation, and representation of homeowners associations in D&O litigation and enforcement of CC&Rs. Mr. Wright also handles professional liability matters involving real estate and insurance, as well as trade secrets and business disputes. Born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Mr. Wright earned his B.A. in history and government and his M.A. political science at Lehigh University before attending law school at Washington & Lee University.
With the addition of these six new shareholders, Klinedinst PC now has 24 shareholders spread out across four offices throughout California. To learn more about the shareholders of the firm, please visit:
Klinedinst PC has achieved the highest rating for legal ability and ethical standards by Martindale-Hubbell. The full service firm is engaged in litigation and transactional law practice throughout the State of California, and serves clients from offices in San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange County, and Sacramento.