Richard Foster

Richard Foster

Seal Beach - California

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About me:

Richard Foster is an attorney from Seal Beach, California with an extensive background ranging from business litigation to sports law. Aside from law, his other passions include water polo and writing. For more information on Richard Foster, Attorney, be sure to check out his websites.

Education:

BA, Political Science and Rhetorical Theory California State University, Long Beach
M.P.A., Emphasis in Intergovernmental Relations University of Southern California
Juris Doctorate Loyola Law School

Experience:

Attorney Lawler, Felix & Hall Associate in second oldest law firm in Los Angeles. General business and real estate
litigation practice.
Attorney Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison Senior litigation associate for large international law firm. Emphasis in business, real
estate, sports law, products liability, construction and banking litigation.
Attorney Case, Knowlson, Mobley, Burnett & Luber Litigation Partner. General emphasis in business and real estate litigation. Also handled
various products liability, premises liability, sports law, and construction matters.
Attorney Paone Callahan McHolm & Winton Partner and head of litigation group. General emphasis in business and real estate
litigation. Also handled various construction and sports law matters.
Attorney Cameron, Pearlson & Foster Litigation and transactional practice representing individuals, sports personalities, and
business entities in matters involving contracts, licensing, unfair competition, wrongful
termination, commercial real property and construction disputes.
Instructor California State University at Long Beach Instructor of Sports Law and Ethics in University’s Graduate Program in Sports
Management.
Founder, Attorney The Law Office of Richard J. Foster General litigation and transactional practice including representation of sports
personalities, individuals and business entities. Practice areas include contract
negotiation, licensing, unfair competition, employment discrimination, construction and
general business disputes.

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