Treg J.

Licensed: California
Appallate Law, Business Litigation, Construction Law, Insurance Coverage, Intellectual Property

After 20 years as an attorney at large law firms and in house with a general contractor, Treg has the depth and breadth of experience to solve the most complex legal problems, with particular expertise in construction law, appellate practice, insurance coverage and business litigation.

Since 2008, Treg has served as General Counsel for Advent Companies in San Juan Capistrano, California, a general contractor specializing in the construction of affordable housing.  As General Counsel, he is responsible for negotiating and drafting construction and intellectual property contracts, handling the company’s litigation and appeals, and counseling officers on employment issues.

Prior to joining Advent Companies, Treg was a partner in the Trial Section at Rutan & Tucker, LLP in Costa Mesa, California. At Rutan & Tucker, he handled numerous state and federal court appeals and complex business and insurance coverage litigation.  He began his legal career in the business litigation department at Wiley, Rein & Fielding in Washington, D.C. in 1994, where he specialized in insurance coverage appeals and asbestos litigation.

Treg graduated from George Washington University in 1994 with highest honors.  He was a member of the George Washington University Law Review, Vice President for Interscholastic Affairs of the Moot Court Board, a member of the Order of the Coif, and recipient of the Glen A. Wilkinson Fellowship Award.  He received his BS from Weber State University in Political Science.

Treg is the author of To Die, To Sleep, a legal thriller under contract to be published in the summer/fall of 2014.  Treg lives in Rancho Santa Margarita, California with his wife and two daughters and enjoys mountain biking, hiking, golf, and skiing.

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