Michael Lubin grew up in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. After leaving the Northeast, Mr. Lubin found home in the warm climate of Southern California. Mr. Lubin obtained his undergraduate degree from Chapman University. He enjoyed the shrewd scholastic environment so much, he decided to continue studying at Chapman’s law school. During his time as a law student, he interned for the Honorable Andrew J. Guilford of the United States District Court and served on the Chapman Law Review as a Staff and Symposium Editor.
After he graduated from law school, Mr. Lubin began his career at a preeminent litigation firm. There, Mr. Lubin was able to hone his skills on a variety of complex matters, ranging from defending catastrophic injury cases to prosecuting highly complex multi-party construction project disputes. During his time at this firm, he garnered the skills necessary to immediately and aggressively impact his clients’ cases at every stage, from pre-litigation through appeal. He also began collecting numerous success stories, including his first favorable jury verdict and countless dismissals and favorable settlements.
Next, Mr. Lubin joined a Southern California real estate and business litigation law firm that focused almost exclusively on HOA disputes. There, Mr. Lubin managed a team of attorneys, advised clients on the complexities of the Davis-Stirling Act, prosecuted and defended cases through favorable awards and settlements on behalf of homeowners, and otherwise honed his already sharp skills. Mr. Lubin also met his current partners. Together, they decided that there was a better way to assist homeowners prosecute and defend their rights.
Mr. Lubin is one of LPC’s founding partners and its head trial lawyer. He has a keen intellect and an eye for detail, which has earned him a reputation as an aggressive champion of homeowner rights, a powerful advocate, and a persuasive trial lawyer. Mr. Lubin is unwaveringly dedicated to his clients and will stop at nothing to assist his clients obtain their goals.