Garett Hill’s practice focuses on all stages of business litigation. Since joining Stubbs Alderton & Markiles, Garett has made significant contributions to a wide variety of litigation matters. Specifically, Garett has assisted in the successful resolutions of complex commercial arbitrations, partnership disputes, judicial dissolution actions, and breach of contract and fiduciary duty claims. Additionally, he has provided invaluable insight and advice to clients in developing areas of law, including proper worker classification and government relief programs made available to businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Previously, Garett was a certified law clerk with the Re-Entry Clinic at Loyola Law School where he successfully represented Los Angeles residents seeking to expunge or seal their prior convictions. Garett completed the Corporate Law Concentration with honors at Loyola Law School, where he excelled learning within the various substantive areas of business law. While in law school, Garett worked as a legal intern in-house at a global construction and engineering corporation, where he primarily focused on corporate governance and construction law matters. He also worked as a law clerk at a highly reputable plaintiff’s firm where he gained invaluable exposure to high-volume litigation.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Garett Hill