David V. Stiles is a senior partner with the firm, concentrating his practice on... more
David V. Stiles is a senior partner with the firm, concentrating his practice on personal injury and elder abuse cases. He has recently received a prestigious “AV” rating (highest possible) from Martindale-Hubbell, the nation’s largest legal directory publishing information about lawyers and law firms. A native of Bakersfield, David attended Bakersfield High School, where he served as the St... view profile
After graduating from law school and practicing in the Bay Area for a short time, I... more
After graduating from law school and practicing in the Bay Area for a short time, I joined KDG as an associate attorney in 1998. Initially, my practice involved general civil litigation matters, but over time I increased my handling of construction disputes, including construction defect litigation, surety bonds, and failure to pay claims. I became a partner in 2004, and I now focus a significa... view profile
I am a certified specialist in appellate law, certified by The State Bar of... more
I am a certified specialist in appellate law, certified by The State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. I provide effective, aggressive, quality legal representation in the courts of appeal in California. As an appellate lawyer, I handle proceedings before the courts of appeal after judgment or decision in a trial court. I handle various civil matters on appeal, including r... view profile
I received my J.D. in 1982 from the University of California at Los Angeles School... more
I received my J.D. in 1982 from the University of California at Los Angeles School of Law. My practice focuses on the areas of complex business transactions and commercial litigation, including business ownership disputes, business counseling and planning (including estate and tax planning), with an emphasis on real estate, agriculture, construction and health law. I am a former member of the C... view profile
I received my J.D. in 1982 from UCLA School of Law. As the Kern County Counsel, I... more
I received my J.D. in 1982 from UCLA School of Law. As the Kern County Counsel, I serve as the chief legal advisor to the Kern County Board of Supervisors and the County's departments, boards, agenies, and commissions, and manage the Office of County Counsel.
I am a partner in theBusiness and Commercial Litigation Department and theBankruptcy... more
I am a partner in theBusiness and Commercial Litigation Department and theBankruptcy and Restructuring Departmentat Klein DeNatale Goldner. I focus my practice on business, bankruptcy, and environmental litigation before federal and state courts. I alsohandle all aspects of bankruptcy law, including debtor (Chapter 11), creditor, and trustee representation. I am BV rated by Martindale-Hubbell. ... view profile
I have been a lawyer for over 30 years, doing civil jury trial work. I came to KDG... more
I have been a lawyer for over 30 years, doing civil jury trial work. I came to KDG in 2005 and have been very honored and pleased to have joined an outstanding group of lawyers and staff that is unmatched in their dedication to the law, their clients, the civility of the practice of law, and the quality of life at a law firm.
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