Hatton, Petrie & Stackler APC

Gregory M. Hatton

Senior Attorney

ISLN: 906629169
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Practice Areas

Healthcare, Real Property, Aerospace and other Commercial Litigation; Contract Enforcement; Insurance, Environmental, Personal Injury and Employment Litigation; Counsel in Risk Management and Contracting Practices


1985, California and U.S. District Court, Southern, Central, Eastern and Northern Districts of California; U.S. Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit

Law School

University of San Diego, J.D.


Over 25 years of civil and administrative trial experience in California and other states.

Program Design and Implementation: Third Party Claims Administration, Southern California Regional Rail Authority; Insurance and Indemnity Enforcement, multiple Fortune 500 companies.

Peer Review

Martindale Hubbell Rating:
AV Preeminent

Gregory M. Hatton


Hatton, Petrie & Stackler APC

12 Journey, Suite 255, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
t. 949-474-4222 | f. 949-474-1244

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