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Who We Are
Pilot Law was founded in 2004 by Brian Lawler, who spent eleven years on active duty in the United States Marine Corps flying F/A-18s prior to becoming an attorney. Mr. Lawler is retired from the Marine Corps Reserve Component in 2018 after 28 years of service. After law school, Mr. Lawler spent several years representing clients for a well-established trial law firm in Los Angeles before founding Pilot Law. In 2007-2009, Mr. Lawler served as Of Counsel with Lieff Global, LLP in San Francisco representing clients in several high profile military and civilian aviation accidents both nationally and internationally.
Our Area Of Expertise
Pilot Law, P.C. is located in San Diego, CA and represents plaintiffs throughout the United States. Our focus is on two primary areas of civil litigation matters:
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20-16897 LNS Enterprises LLC v. Continental Motors, Inc. An appeal from the district court’s order dismissing claims for lack of personal jurisdiction over defendants.
15-56744 Dale Huhmann v. Federal Express Corp. An appeal from the district court’s judgment after trial in an action under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act.
On September 29, 2023, a Nueces County jury awarded $2.4 million to LeRoy Torres in his wrongful termination case against the State of Texas. I could not be happier to announce that a Nueces County, TX jury just returned a unanimous verdict in favor of my client, Le Roy Torres.…
Brian Lawler's presentation including question and answer session about service members' rights under USERRA. https://youtu.be/xFN6W8IHdKw
To view this oral arguement click here. Please note that the arguement for this case ends at 33:18. Summary We are pleased and proud to share this recent decision from the CA 6th District Court of Appeal reversing the trial court’s grant of summary judgment against us. The State of…