This firm provides legal advice and litigation services to renters across Southern California regarding their rights and mistreatment from landlords.
Matthew Brinton is the lead attorney at The Brinton Firm which is composed of highly skilled, dynamic lawyers with a proven track record of success. Our attorneys have extensive experience in each of our practice areas and have leveraged that experience to help our clients achieve victory in all phases of representation, including advantageous settlements, favorable trial judgments, and successful appeals. Our clients recognize our commitment to zealous advocacy and our passion for victory. Our adversaries acknowledge and respect our expertise and our results. Our overwhelmingly positive past results and remarkably high client retention prove that our philosophy works. We would like to make it work for you.
Our practice areas include: Landlord-Tenant Law, Property Torts, Lease and Contract Disputes, Personal Injury and Premises Liability Claims, Habitability Cases, Business Law and Litigation
The Brinton Firm P.C. is a real estate & business law firm in Los Angeles, CA. Their Attorneys have experience handling cases pertaining to corporate litigation, employment disputes, partnership lawsuits to landlord-tenant disputes, property torts, premise liability, and habitability cases. If you are a landlord, tenant, homeowner, business owner, or employee in need of legal representation then contact the dedicated legal team of The Brinton Firm today.
We are tenant attorneys representing tenants across Southern California in any type of litigation involving tenant’s rights and landlord-tenant issues. Also handle the issue of citizen apartment custody.
We don’t represent landlords, and we never charge upfront for our services.
Our top-rated tenant attorneys offer counsel and take appropriate legal action against landlords who fail to maintain your rental home, refuse to repair the damage, allow the property to become infested with vermin, charge illegally high rents, or otherwise violate state and local tenancy law.
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The Brinton Firm is composed of highly skilled, dynamic lawyers with a proven track record of success. Our attorneys have extensive experience in each of the following practice areas: Landlord-Tenant Law, Property Torts, Lease and Contract Disputes, Personal Injury and Premises Liability Claims, Habitability Cases, Business Law and Litigation. We have leveraged that experience to help our clients achieve victory in all phases of representation, including advantageous settlements, favorable trial judgments, and successful appeals. Our clients recognize our commitment to zealous advocacy and our passion for victory.
David Brinton is the head of the firm’s Americas corporate practice. He regularly represents sellers, purchasers, and other parties in negotiated cross-border mergers, acquisitions, reorganizations and bankruptcies, joint ventures, and investment transactions across a broad range of sectors, with a focus on Latin America.
David’s recent experience includes advising an affiliate of a US conglomerate on its acquisition of a company that owns interests in an electricity generator in Argentina. He also advised Goldman Sachs on its bidding and financing for the acquisition of the Transportadora Associada de Gás SA (TAG), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Petrobras SA, one of the most competitive sale processes in the region in recent times. Lastly, he recently advised PE firm Colony Capital, as special counsel, on certain aspects of its acquisition of Abraaj’s Latin America private equity platform from Abraaj and its affiliates (in liquidation) and establishment of its Latin America private equity business.
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