2 Programs with J. Scott Scheper, Esq.

Mr. Scheper is a shareholder in the Litigation Department of Seltzer, Caplan, McMahon and Vitek. He applies a deeply strategic and aggressive yet intelligent approach to maximize success in litigation. Mr. Scheper works closely with his clients to tailor a case-specific representation that harmonizes client needs and goals to the situations presented.

Mr. Scheper puts his personal approach to work in a broad range of practice areas. Most of his representation involves business and contract-related litigation, with emphasis in construction, real property, and employment matters. He tries cases and represents clients in civil litigation matters in state and federal trial courts, in adversary proceedings in bankruptcy courts and in appellate proceedings. Mr. Scheper represents real property owners, developers and contractors in various stages of development and construction; those efforts encompass consultation on ever-changing legislation, pre-execution contract review and negotiation, informal dispute resolution and litigation. He provides a spectrum of employment-related representation that includes litigation, consultation regarding trade secret and non-compete restrictions, guidance in ERISA matters, conducting wage and hour assessments and providing work place conduct seminars. In addition, Mr. Scheper has provided sports-related representation in a number of matters, representing professional sports franchises, individual owners, and clients with sports-related intellectual property issues. In all matters, he brings a fierce dedication and commitment to helping his clients when they need him.

2017 - Best of Dirt Law Bundle

Published by San Diego County Bar Association

This bundle includes the following programs:
  • Real Property Law Update 2017 (1.5 General Participatory Credits)
  • Understanding Construction Drawings (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • What Every Real Estate Attorney Should Know About Community Association Law (1.5 General Participatory Credit)
  • Dual Agency Law Following the California Supreme Court’s Landmark Horiike Decision (1.5 General Participatory Credits)
  • Court Confirmed Sales of Real Property for Estate Planning Attorneys (1.0 General Participatory & Estate Planning Specialization Applies)
  • Arbitrating Real Estate Cases [Audio Presentation] (1.5 General Participatory Credit)
Understanding Construction Drawings (1.0 General Participatory Credit)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association

Credit: CA

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