- Phone: (619) 686-1930
- Fax: (619) 497-1052
Corinna Arbiter represents developers, general contractors, architects and subcontractors in complex construction defect matters, with a successful track record of efficiently resolving multi-party claims for her clients. Corinna has also represented banks, homeowners associations, and homeowners.
She has litigated matters involving fraudulently obtained titles to homes, fraudulently obtained loans secured by real estate, easement and boundaries disputes, matters involving mechanic’s liens on commercial developments, and lien priority between trust deeds. Her practice also includes personal injury litigation. In addition, she provides guidance for clients on matters involving time-shares and land use.
Her successful history of representing clients in the construction industry includes the defense of a general contractor in a matter involving high-rise mixed-use project with alleged defects involving steel framing, concrete slabs, welding, dewatering, excavation, and shoring walls. She defended a planned community developer in a suit involving allegations of defects in HVAC system and also defended a developer of planned communities in multiple construction defect suits alleging a variety of SB800 violations.
Prior to practicing law, Corinna worked in the title insurance industry. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Arizona, Tucson and her Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. Her volunteer experience includes legal observation and pro-bono work for recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).