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Matthew Stohl has worked on both sides of myriad business disputes, giving him an uncommon ability to thoroughly analyze each case by considering the goals and perspectives of all of the parties involved. Matthew’s business litigation practice has primarily focused on construction defect matters and labor and employment issues. In addition, he serves as general corporate counsel for several clients, providing risk assessment and management support as well as reviewing, drafting and negotiating contracts.
He has represented general contractors, subcontractors, property owners, and design professionals and his practice has also included various litigation matters such as mechanic’s lien, design professional’s lien, stop notice, payment bond, breach of contract, and Miller Act causes of action. Matthew’s trial experience also includes residential construction and transportation disputes.
Part of Matthew’s success is predicated by his desire to find the quickest and most cost-effective resolution for his clients in every matter. He aims to abate both stress and financial concerns to ensure clients are able to return to “business as usual” as quickly as possible.
Matthew earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern Methodist University and his law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law. He is the author of the Akron Law Review article “False Light Invasion of Privacy in Docudramas: The Oxymoron Which Must Be Solved” (Law Review Publication: 35 Akron L. Rev. 251-282 (2002)). He contributes to and volunteers for organizations that support environmental conservation and animal rights and has been one of the top finishers in San Diego’s Rock & Roll Marathon multiple times.