100 E San Marcos Blvd, STE PH, San Marcos, CA 92069
314 Robin Hill Dr, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701, USA
Attorney Dianna L. Albini is an experienced trial attorney with a record of million dollar jury verdicts. Ms. Albini has vast knowledge and extensive experience in civil litigation. She has represented thousands of individuals harmed by others and litigated cases throughout California and nationwide on a pro hac vice basis. Ms. Albini has also served as a California Administrative Law Judge. She retired from that position and joined the Johnston Law Group. Ms. Albini is a member of the California State Bar. Ms. Albini has extensively written and lectured on all phases of civil litigation and trial practice. She served as a member of the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association and was the chair of the Diversity, Community Involvement, Women’s Caucus and Carlene Caldwell Scholarship Committees.Ms. Albini attended the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California where she received her Juris Doctorate degree in 1990. As an undergraduate, she attended the University of San Francisco (USF) as a scholar athlete, where she was the third woman in USF’s history to be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame.
801 S Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89106, USA
Admissions: 1993, Nevada; 1994, U.S. District Court, District of Nevada; 1997, U.S. Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit. Judicial Clerkship Experience: Judicial Extern, Judge Lloyd D. George, U.S. District Court, District of Nevada, 1992. Judicial Clerk, Justice Thomas L. Steffen, Nevada Supreme Court, 1993-1994. Appointments: October 7, 2005: Appointed as an attorney arbitrator, by the Nevada Supreme Court, for the court-annexed arbitration program (mandating arbitration of certain civil actions involving less than $50,000.00 in dispute). Has been assigned to act as the court-appointed arbitrator in overseeing and adjudicating over 100 civil cases in Clark County, Nevada. Recognitions: Judge Sally Loehrer Pro Bono Service Award 2009, for outstanding services in civil litigation for a pro bono client. Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada Pro Bono Project. Mountain West SuperLawyers, 2018 Lawyers of Distinction, 2018, Real Estate Law Publications and Lectures: Member and Senior Editor, BYU Law Review, 1991-1993 Author: Note, “Gentile v. State Bar: Core Speech and a Lawyer’s Pre-trial Statements to the Press,” 1992 BYU L. Rev. 809 CLE Approved Lecturer: “Commercial Real Estate Leases from Start to Finish”, National Business Institute, December 2015, Las Vegas, Nevada. “Fundamentals of Mechanic’s Lien Law in Nevada”, Sterling Educational Services, January 2007. “Nevada Mechanic’s Liens,” presented to NACM Business Credit Services Multi-State Lien Law Seminar, Tempe, Arizona, 2001.
950 S Cherry St, STE 600, Denver, CO 80246
Mr. Aleinikoff has dedicated his legal career to representing families and individuals who have been harmed by the wrongdoing of others. He began his legal career with a large Minneapolis firm, but after several years decided to move back home to Denver. He is currently licensed to practice in Colorado, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Brian is honored to represent his clients. Brian Aleinikoff has dedicated his legal career to representing families and individuals who have been harmed by the wrongdoing of others. He began his legal career with a large Minneapolis firm, but after several years decided to move back home to Denver. He earned his B.A. from Carleton College before attending the University of Wisconsin Law School, where he earned his J.D.
1301 Dove Street, Suite 1050, Newport Beach, CA 92880