Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Allen Matkins Elects Two L.A. Attorneys to Partnership
By a MetNews Staff Writer
Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP yesterday announced that it has elected Los Angeles attorneys Timothy B. McGinity and Andrew E. Miller to partnership effective July 1.
Managing Partner Brian Leck praised McGinity and Miller as “exceptional lawyers” who “contribute to the success of the firm and provide our clients with the top-notch service they expect from Allen Matkins.”
Both new partners are members of Allen Matkins’ 80-member litigation practice group.
McGinity’s practice focuses on real estate, land use and business litigation, with a specialization in commercial, corporate and partnership litigation, landlord-tenant issues, writs of mandamus, writs of attachment and forfeiture matters, the firm said.
A 1992 graduate of San Diego State University, McGinity served in the U.S. Navy as part of Operation Restore Hope in Somalia before attending the University of San Diego School of Law. He was a member of the San Diego Law Review for two years before graduating and gaining admission to the State Bar in 2000.
Miller specializes in banking litigation and has successfully represented OneWest Bank and the FDIC in numerous cases involving federal preemption, TILA/RESPA, various state-law claims, loan modifications, and reverse mortgages, the firm said. The attorney also handles complex commercial litigation and of commercial landlord-tenant disputes.
He earned his undergraduate degree from Tufts University in 1991 and his law degree from Duke University in 1995. He was admitted to practice in 2001.
The 220-member Allen Matkins firm was founded in 1977 and maintains seven offices throughout the state. Its practice areas include real estate, land use, construction, real estate finance, business litigation, corporate and securities, intellectual property, environmental, taxation, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, and employment and labor law.
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