Pacific Premier Law Group is a full service law firm that handles all aspects of client matters, including civil litigation, both plaintiff and defense side. The firm has an established reputation as a quality, hard-working, cost-efficient, effective law firm and is recognized as one of the premier law firms in the Orange County area, sevicing individuals, entreprenuers, start-ups, highly-compensated exectuives, family business, as well as private held businesses.
The firm's litigation philosophy stresses realistic counseling of clients prior to the institution of litigation, and throughout the litigation process. We emphasis cost-effective litigation by utilizing techniques such as early case analysis and evaluation, prejudgment remedies, and use of alternative dispute resolution forums, including arbitration, mediation, and settlement conferences. When appropriate, our experienced attorneys aggressively puruse matters through trial.
We pride ourselves in our ability to provide outstanding, personalized client service and sound legal analysis through quality, expert and timely repressentation, with appropriate sensitively to cost.
Some of Our Most Prominant Cases
Our Client, a disabled woman, was wrongfully foreclosed upon by US Bank NA. We are fighting for her right to litigate her rights against the lender and are seeking damages for said wrongful foreclosure of the property. This case is currently before the Orange County Superior Court.
Our client owns several houses on the same block. Two fo the houses had home equity lines of credit through Wells Fargo NA, each for $250,000. Our client refinanced House One (for $1M), however; during the refinance process, the Wells Fargo loan on House Two was paid off and closed. Our client refianced both properties, House One for $1.2M and House Two for $1.3M. The Wells Fargo loan on House One was never discovered and was never paid off. Now, Wells Fargo, who has a $250,000 loan against the property is looking to foreclose on a $1.2M "2nd" mortgage. Our client was sued for unjust enrichment in this action. This matter is currently before the Orange County Superior Court.
Our client received a loan modification through Bank of America. She began to make her modified payments. Three months into the modification process, she was served with a Notice of Default, to cure $40,000 in arrears on the original note. The modification agreement specifically states that all the arrears will be placed into the balance of the loan. We are fighting to keep our client in the property. The complaint in this matter has yet to be filed.\
Our client moved from Sacramento to Orange County to take a job. The company was a relatively new company. The employer refused to pay the client for the first three (3) months in which she worked. After the three (3) months, the client was made into a "salaried" employee, so that she would not be paid for overtime, meal periods or rest periods. We have been seeking approximately $35,000 in damages for her.