Julian (Pete) Mack specializes in trade secret, unfair competition, and employee retention and recruitment matters, business and commercial litigation, and financial institutions, estate and trust litigation. His practice includes complex contractual, banking and probate matters, with substantial experience in creditors’ rights, lender liability, bank fraud, and financial elder abuse litigation.
Mr. Mack’s practice ranges from prejudgment remedies to sophisticated appellate work. He represents a wide variety of corporate and individual clients across a broad range of industries, including representing trustees in probate court and civil actions, banking and mortgage lending clients, commercial lenders, and equipment leasing companies. He practices in the state courts of California and Arizona, as well as in federal courts across the country. Mr. Mack has spoken extensively on issues involving creditors’ rights and remedies, financial elder abuse, the attorney-client privilege, and bank fraud.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Julian (Pete) Mack