Boston University School of Law, J.D., State University of New York at Albany, BA
George G. Romain is a senior attorney with over 25 years of experience handling civil litigation in state and federal court. He holds a JD from the Boston University School of Law and was admitted to the California State bar in 1989. George is an associate in the firm’s Los Angeles office.
BAR ADMITTANCE AND LICENSURE
Admitted to the State Bar of California; United States District Court for the Central District of California
State Bar of California
PUBLISHED ARTICLES AND LECTURES
Among other topics, George has lectured on how to avoid errors and omissions claims, and California’s Fair Claims Settlement Practices regulations. He is the author of “Distress Signals,” an article published in Los Angeles Lawyer magazine that explores strategies for litigating claims of severe emotional distress. Additional published works and speaking engagements include: “Claims Adjusters Take Heed: Daubert Wants You” John Cooke Fraud Reporter; and “Protecting Yourself – Avoiding Errors and Omissions in the ’90s” presented to the Southwest Los Angeles Escrow Association.
George handles complex business litigation and tort liability cases. George also advises employers in employer-employee disputes. He provides counsel and strategic advice to employers and other business clients encompassing a full array of employment and business issues, from employee retention and termination, employee investigations, workplace policies, and trade secrets and unfair competition.