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Maxwell Freeman
Senior Partner
1818 Grand Canal Boulevard, Suite 4
Stockton CA 95207
phone: 209-474-1818
fax: 209-474-1245
Profile: Mr. Freeman founded this firm in 1962, three years after graduating from Stanford Law School, and has been serving local and national clients ever since. His expertise inlcude matters relating to Real Estate business and development, Eminent Domain / Condemnation, Commercial Law, Civil and Commercial Litigation. He has authored several articles including "An Overview of Defenses Available to Guarantors of Real Property Secured Transactions Under California Law," 2 Santa Clara Law Review (1998).

Firm Profile: Serves as special litigation counsel to numerous government entities in eminent domain, inverse condemnation, tort and contract matters. The firm represents banks, real estate developers, contractors, food processors, growers and manufacturers. We serve as local counsel for many national companies in litigation, business and governmental matters.

The firm's litigation practice focuses on: complex business litigation, including class actions, coordinated and multi-district proceedings; land use, real estate, eminent domain and environmental litigation; insurance coverage/bad faith disputes; professional liability; and appellate proceedings. Our transactional practice encompasses complex commercial and real estate transactions, including buy/sell agreements, development agreements, mergers and acquisitions.

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Margaret C. Felts
8822 Shiner Ct.
Elk Grove CA 95624
phone: 916-468-8443
Margaret C. Felts serves as the lead technical consultant and expert witness for law firms, regulatory agencies, and private entities on Energy, Environmental, and Corporate Fraud. She has been retained for her expertise by regional and national clients. Ms. Felts' consulting services include:
  • Technical Research
  • Technical Document and Data Review
  • Litigation Strategy
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Background Experience - In addition to a successful career in consulting that has spanned over 25 years, Ms. Felts also held several industry positions. During the 1990's, she was recruited to serve as Deputy Director of the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) where she reorganized and managed the State Superfund program, including oversight of toxic waste cleanup of military bases.

    During the 1980's, Ms. Felts was recruited by the Department of Defense to help open the first environmental office for the Department and went on to serve as Division Chief of Environmental Engineering at for the Department of Defense at McClellan AFB. In this position she was responsible for developing a program to bring the base into compliance with Federal, State and local environmental regulations.

    Margaret Felts came to California from Texas when she was recruited by the California Energy Commission to fill an Energy Engineering position in the Fuels Office. Ms. Felts began her career as a Process Engineer for Amoco at the Yorktown, Virginia refinery, then for Celanese Plastics and Specialties in Texas in the production of oil and gas fracking chemicals.

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