Thursday, May 28, 2009
Pasadena Law Firm Attracts New Senior Associate
By a MetNews Staff Writer
The Pasadena-based firm of Richardson & Harman PC yesterday announced that Brian D. Moreno, an experienced common interest development lawyer, has joined the firm as a senior associate.
The 11-member firm’s areas of practice primarily focus on representation of homeowner associations, business and construction litigation, real estate law, financial institution law and labor and employment law.
Moreno’s practice encompasses the representation of various types of community associations, including condominium developments, planned unit developments, stock cooperatives, qualified vacation ownership resorts, and mobile home communities in connection with matters pertaining to common interest development law, real estate law, collection law, and corporation law.
After earning his undergraduate degree in communications from UC Santa Barbara, Moreno graduated from the California Western School of Law. He was admitted to the State Bar in 2003, and became licensed to practice in Arizona in 2004.
Moreno served as a legal intern for San Diego Superior Court Referee Maria Arroyo Prokop, since retired, and worked as a paralegal for McCarthy & Holthus LLP and more recently as an associate for Green Bryant & French.
He is a member of the Community Associations Institute, California Legislation Action Committee, and has written several legal articles pertaining to common interest development law and its application to community associations in California.
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