Announcements

Linda L. Northrup sworn in as Agoura Hills’ Newest City Councilmember

Northrup Schlueter is pleased to announce that its founding partner, Linda L. Northrup, has been elected to the Agoura Hills’ City Council. Ms. Northrup was previously a member of the Agoura Hills Planning Commission and served as its Chair before her election to the City Council. Ms. Northrup was elected along with Illece Buckley Weber […]

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Linda Northrup Contributes to New Book Release: Fraud and Forensics

It is a sorry statement about the pervasiveness of fraud in society today that the demand for the specialized financial and investigatory skills of forensic accountants is greater than ever. Yet some of the most celebrated cases of the modern era — Madoff and Enron, for instance — have hinged on the ability of talented investigators […]

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Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County’s Women Build Day 2015

Partners David Schlueter and Linda Northrup take a break while working on houses during Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County’s Women Build Day 2015.

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Northrup Schlueter Law Firm Welcomes Jillian Morphis as Associate

Northrup Schlueter APLC, a full-service law firm based in both Santa Barbara and Westlake Village, announced that Jillian Morphis has joined the firm as an associate. She will focus on construction defect litigation, representing general contractors, subcontractors and builders in all aspects of litigation. Morphis comes to Northrup Schlueter with an impressive academic record that […]

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Northrup Schlueter Welcomes New Attorney, Ana F. Estephan

Northrup Schlueter APLC, a full-service law firm based in both Santa Barbara and Westlake Village, announced that Ana Estephan has joined the firm as an associate. She will focus on complex construction defect litigation, representing builders, general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and manufacturers in all aspects of commercial and residential construction matters. Before joining Northup […]

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Partner Nominated for San Fernando Valley Business Journal Women in Business Awards

Linda Northrup nominated for Business Executive in Business Award.  In their 12th year, the San Fernando Valley Business Journal honored women of outstanding achievement. The Women Executive award distinguishes professionals in their respective industries and communities as role models by having made an impact with their growth and success.  Attorneys at the firm came out […]

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Linda Northrup Reflects on the Growth of Construction Defect Litigation

Litigation firms practicing in construction defect litigation are bracing for a boom in business as filing deadline nears.  With the growth of construction defect litigation, Northrup Schlueter based in Westlake Village, has opened another office in Santa Barbara.  For entire article visit: http://www.lewitthackman.com/storage/san-fernando-valley-real-estate-lawyer/real-estate-litigation-encino.pcb.pdf

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ADR Times Magazine Releases Spring Edition on Commercial Mediation

Mikita Weaver is the Editor-in-chief of the alternative dispute resolution online journal, known as “ADR Times.”  Published on a quarterly basis, this ADR Times magazine edition focuses on Commercial Mediation and is released to more than 5,000 companies and organizations in southern California as well as national and international organizations.  ADR Times has morphed from […]

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Linda Northrup to Speak at HB Seminar, Leadership Forum Construction Defects

Linda Northrup, Founding Partner of Northrup Schlueter, APLC, has been invited to speak at the Leadership Forum on Construction Defect Litigation, on March 14, 2013. She has been representing individuals and institutional clients in sophisticated business, real estate and construction matters for her entire legal career.  Northrup Schlueter APLC is a highly experienced and successful […]

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David Schlueter Weighs in on Santa Barbara Case

A legal dispute over a multi-million-dollar home has drawn the attention of the Contractors State License Board and state attorney general.  David Schlueter, counsel for contracting company, weighs in. Read More

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