Hatton, Petrie & Stackler APC

Arthur R. Petrie II

Senior Attorney

ISLN: 901101264
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Practice Areas

Commercial Litigation including Aerospace, Homeowners Association and Property Management, Healthcare and other transactional disputes; Employer Liability; Personal Injury; Insurance and Indemnity Enforcement; Environmental Litigation

Admitted

1992, California, U.S. District Court, Southern, Central and Northern Districts of California and U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit; 1998, Wisconsin; 2012, United States Supreme Court

Law School

Western State University, J.D.

Member

Orange County Bar Association; State Bar of California; State Bar of Wisconsin

Biography

Member: Western State University Law Review, 1990-1991; Recipient: West Publishing Company Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award, 1991-1992

Arthur R. Petrie II

 

Hatton, Petrie & Stackler APC

85 Argonaut, Suite 210, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
t. 949-474-4222 | f. 949-474-1244

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