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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|CALI Award in Contracts||Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction||1998|
|AmJur Award in Civil Procedure||N/A||1997|
|Owner||Reysner Law Office||2007 - Present|
|Associate||Brown, Hall, Shore & McKinley||2005 - 2007|
|Associate||Boyd & Kimball||2004 - 2005|
|Contract Attorney||Jacobson Markham||2004 - 2004|
|Associate||Law Offices of Bailey & Brown||2001 - 2004|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Sacramento County Bar Association||N/A||2010 - Present|
|State Bar of California||Member||2000 - Present|
|American Bar Association||Member||2000 - Present|
|San Joaquin County Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Rawlings v. Cliff's Marina||Defense verdict|
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|Courthouse News||Thank a Lot, JP Morgan Chase||2010|
|AOL Housing Watch||WaMu, Countrywide Legacy Lives on for Homeowners||2010|
|The Consumerist||Chase Sued For Telling People To Stop Paying Mortgage, Then Foreclosing||2010|
|The Huffington Post||Chase Sued: Allegedly Told Homeowner to Stop Payments, Then Foreclosed||2010|
|Find the best Malpractice Attorneys||The Silent Vault of Settled Lawsuits||2009|
|Sacramento News & Review||The Flomax Incident||2009|
|KCRA.com||Medication ErrorsL It's Patient Beware||2009|
|DocBLawg||The "Silent Vault" of settled lawsuits?||2009|
|Courthouse News||Talent-Scout Agency Accused of Shady Dealing||2009|
|Golden Gate University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2000|
|University of California San Diego||Psychology||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1996|
|Talkin' Money With Jeff Tarbell||bankruptcy||2009|
|Guest on Talkin' Money with Jeff Tarbell||Bankruptcy||2008|
Posted by anonymous
He has no business ethics, what-so-ever. Our first meeting went great, the second meeting we brought all our financial paperwork he requested, and that meeting went fine. I might add he was hard to reach from the get go. Once he received our past financial paperwork, he did his "lawyer" stuff, we meet again and he showed us what to expect. The court set a date and contacted us direct. We talked to him once before the date, and we assumed everything was going to plan. The court date comes but our "Lawyer" was a no show. We had talked with the court reporter and she put us in the back of the day, incase he could make it. I had left three messages then finally, and luckily, he called me back. He had some lame excess why he couldn't make it. My wife and I had meet another attorney during the morning. He overheard our situation and he offered to learn our case and represent us if he and the court we comfortable. He and the court we fine with that, so he represented us and everything was fine. I have since tried to contact Piotr approx. 15 times via his office phone, cell phone, and text to retrieve all our paper work and finally I gave up.
I would rather represent myself then have to deal with Piotr again.
Highly NOT recommended
Posted by anonymous
When we first hired Mr. Reysner to handle our Chapter 13 bankruptcy, he was very competent and knowledgeable. However, when we have needed his assistance and/or follow up for any issues that arose after the case was filed, he was unresponsive. He is notoriously difficult to get a hold of. He does not return phone calls, emails or faxes. We had to resort to dropping by his office hoping to catch him. This only worked one time. I would not recommend him.
Posted by anonymous
My dealings with Piotr were horrible! My case was dismissed due to lack of responsiveness on his part. He failed to file required papers in a timely manner, as a result my case was dismissed. Once a new case was filed he still did not act in a timely manner and as a result a trustee from the Department of Justice contacted me. The DOJ trustee suggested I hire a lawyer to sue Mr. Reysner. In the meantime the court ordered he return all fees paid by me, he has not returned the fees. As my case went on the trustee's office began contacting directly. The trustee's office requested paperwork that Piotr already had, but had not filed. I began to deal directly with the trustee's office and they contacted me when they needed something. My case is finally discharged but true to form nobody from Piotr's office has contacted me. This whole process took over a year to complete! I would not recommend him or anyone from his office for any professional matter.
John Perrott, Family Attorney
I wholeheartedly endorse the work and the work ethic of Piotr G. Reysner. He was outstanding when we were in law school, and based upon the conversations I have had with him since then, I can easily determine that he remains so. He has a quick mind and a decisive style. He is an exceptionally good attorney. I highly recommend him.