John A. Messina Jr.

John Messina 1855148Title: Founding Partner

Company: Lytton Williams Messina & Hankin LLP

Location: Murrieta, CA

Murrieta, CA, June 10, 2015, John A. Messina Jr., Founding Partner at Lytton Williams Messina & Hankin LLP, has been recognized by Elite American Lawyers for dedication, achievement and leadership in real estate law.

Mr. Messina has been a practicing attorney for more than 20 years and is a published author. Before attending law school, he gained extensive executive-level experience in the real estate industry as a real estate broker, developer and mortgage banker. Me. Messina’s clients deeply appreciate that he’s been in the trenches and knows the terrain when litigating their complex cases and structuring their complicated business and real estate transactions.

A graduate of the highly selective SCALE program at the Southwestern University School of Law, Mr. Messina graduated with his Juris Doctor degree and passed the California Bar in just over two years. Mr. Messina provides service to his community as a reserve deputy sheriff and sits as an Associate Judge with the Intertribal Court of Southern California.

An AV Preeminent Attorney through Martindale Hubbell, Mr. Messina earned his reputation as one of America’s most highly rated attorneys by always putting his clients first and always acting in his clients’ best interest. Known as a litigation bulldog, Mr. Messina tenaciously champions his clients’ causes and has obtained victories when all seemed lost. Recently obtaining a reversal for a client in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Mr. Messina routinely demonstrates his passion for the law. Mr. Messina has received ample recognition for his dedication and commitment to the legal community and enjoys the highest possible rating, 10 “Superb,” from AVVO. Mr. Messina looks forward to a long and rewarding professional career by providing exceptional legal service to his existing and future clients.

 

 

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