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Whether you're a Fortune 50 company or a small business owner, you'll get personal attention. Your problem will not be assigned to an associate. Smaller firm, more attention. It is what we’re about. We put our name and reputation on the line in every matter we handle.
Abraham Maslow is credited with the saying "when the only tool you own is a hammer, every problem begins to resemble a nail." The problems of today's world aren't limited to one legal specialty, and there are usually many ways to solve a problem or capitalize on an opportunity. We use our experience across broad areas of law to help you find a better solution to your problem.
In the past 30+ years, we’ve represented authors, banks, borrowers, contractors, debtors and creditors, employers, insureds, insurers, landlords, licensees, licensors, and new and established businesses of most every kind, from startup to maturity.
Law firms don’t have to be big to provide effective representation. The Law Offices of Brian Irion is a firm with experience in many areas of business law and litigation.
As Eviction Controls Ease, Consider the Possibility of Bankruptcy Emergency Rule of Court 1 temporarily prohibits evictions of all types in California. But that prohibition will end sometime. It has to because landlords are still facing mortgages regardless of whether tenants pay or not. If tenants don’t pay, the property may well be foreclosed. California is considering a number of measures to avoid the potential onslaught of evictions. That includes a freshly amended, leadership-backed Senate measure that generally bars landlords from evicting tenants during a state of emergency, allows landlords…Read More
Bankruptcy law is designed for everyone’s benefit. For the debtor, it offers a fresh start for the honest but unfortunate individual, or breathing room for a beleaguered business to restructure its debts and operations. For the creditor, it ensures equal distribution of a debtor’s assets among similarly situated creditors and the ability to ensure transparent operations of a debtor without piecemeal enforcement of judgment remedies. While bankruptcy law is a specialty in its own right, knowledge of the Bankruptcy Code is an essential tool for every transactional lawyer and every…Read More
Brian was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1985 and has been in state trial courts, in administrative hearings, before arbitration panels, in bankruptcy courts, in federal district courts, and before appellate courts ever since.
Before forming his own firm, he practiced with a number of small and large firms including Wilson, Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in Palo Alto, McKenna & Fitting in San Francisco, and Cohen, England & Whitfield in Ventura County.