Jeff Pham has devoted his career to counseling businesses and providing them with the legal expertise required to realize their goals.
Mr. Pham began his career as corporate counsel to CoreLogic, Inc. (NYSE: CLGX), the world’s largest provider of real estate data and analytics. During his tenure, Mr. Pham advised the company on a broad array of legal matters—from routine business transactions, to trade secret enforcement, to international corporate acquisitions.
In 2010, Mr. Pham formed Pham Law Group, bringing his years of experience in the legal department of a large corporation to bear on behalf of small and medium-sized businesses. He served primarily as outside general counsel to private companies throughout Southern California, and worked closely with his clients to help them achieve their short and long-term objectives. His diverse roster of clients included beauty supply wholesalers, physicians, a green-energy consulting firm, internet retailers, and professional athletes.
Mr. Pham co-founded Adams & Pham in 2013. His practice now focuses on the full range of business law matters that small and medium-sized companies encounter most frequently in their operations, including business entity formations, commercial real estate leases, employment agreements, vendor contracts, mergers and acquisitions, asset sales and purchases, intellectual property licenses, and civil litigation. He prides himself on delivering insightful, practical, and cost-effective legal solutions on behalf of his clients, and takes a personal interest in their success.
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2017|
|Top Contributor - Business||Avvo||2013|
|Articles Editor||Loyola Law Review||2005|
|Member||St. Thomas More Law Honors Society||2005|
|Member||Phi Beta Kappa||2002|
|Member||Golden Key International Honours Society||2002|
|Chancellor's Honors List||Univ of California Riverside||2002|
|Shareholder||Adams & Pham APC||2013 - Present|
|Principal||Pham Law Group||2009 - 2013|
|Corporate Counsel||CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX)||2006 - 2009|
|Judicial Extern||US District Court, Central District Honorable David O. Carter||2005 - 2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Orange County Bar Association, Small Firm Section||Member||2016 - Present|
|United States District Court for the Central District of California||Admitted to Practice||2015 - Present|
|Orange County Bar Association, Business and Corporate Law Section||Member||2011 - Present|
|Health & Beauty Supply Wholesaler v. Supplier||Obtained judgment & award of attorneys' fees in breach of contract action|
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|Adams & Pham Law Blog||Why Hire a Lawyer to Form a Corporation or LLC?||2016|
|Adams & Pham Law Blog||What's a Shareholder Agreement, and Why Have One?||2016|
|Adams & Pham Law Blog||How Many Shares Should a Corporation Authorize and Issue?||2016|
|Adams & Pham Law Blog||Two Reasons California Businesses Shouldn’t Incorporate in Nevada||2016|
|Adams & Pham Law Blog||How to Increase Authorized Shares||2016|
|Adams & Pham Law Blog||Four Good Reasons to Incorporate Your Business||2015|
|Loyola Law Review||Does Mother Still Know Best?: In re Marriage of Harris and its Impact on the Rights of Custodial Parents||2005|
|Loyola Law School||Law||Juris Doctor||2005|
|Univ of California Riverside||English Literature||B.A., with Honors||2002|
|Seminar||Distinguishing Employees v. Contractors||2015|
|Seminar||Business Entity Formation & Asset Protection||2014|