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Since joining the firm in 2010, Mr. Antoine has represented clients in a wide variety of matters, including general business litigation and counseling, trust & estate litigation, estate planning, employment disputes and real estate and business transactions.   Mr. Antoine’s diverse experience provides him with a unique perspective that allows him to relate to clients’ individual needs and give focused attention to solving complex problems.

Practice Areas:

General civil litigation, trusts and estates &  business transactions


Admitted To Practice:

All California State Courts; United States District Court, Central District


Professional Affiliations:

State Bar of California​

Los Angeles County Bar Association

Member, Real Estate, Business & Corporations, and Trusts & Estates Sections



Pepperdine University School of Law, J.D., 2009

San Diego State University, B.A. (Journalism and Political Science), 2006

Published Work:

“Financing Tenancies in Common” (2005, Los Angeles County Bar Association)

“Letters of Credit in Lease Transactions: Drafting Tips” (2004, Institute of International banking Law and Practice)

“Letters of Credit in Lease Transactions: Advantages and Drafting Tips, Part II-Drafting Tips” (2002, Probate and Property)

“Letters of Credit in Lease Transactions, Part 1: Advantages to Landlord and Landlord’s Lenders” (2002, Probate and Property)

“The Constructive Trust: A Remedy for Collecting After Embezzlement”

“Adding A Debtor To The Judgment Under CCP Section 187 – One Way To Stop A Debtor’s Shell Game Before It’s Too Late”  (July 2012)

“Pay ‘Or Else’ -- When Do Attorney Demands Become Unlawful Extortion?  (The Answer is Not So Simple)”  (August 2012)

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