John Woo is a consummate and seasoned litigator, prioritizing clients’ objectives at the forefront. Service driven and results based, he grounds his advocacy in honesty, integrity, and resilience. Critical and urgent crises are resolved using dynamic and innovative strategies.
Mr. Woo manages cases through trial and appellate courts, including construction defect, warranty claims, prime/subcontractor conflicts, mechanics liens and foreclosures, developer/partnership disputes, and public works. Alternative dispute resolution through mediation and arbitration is strategically utilized to resolve matters as cost-effectively and efficiently as possible.
Mr. Woo helmed his own practice prior to joining Hunt Ortmann, in which he litigated business disputes, contract actions, wholesaler/distributor conflicts, NDA and non-compete agreements, independent contractor relationships, Prop. 65 defense, quiet title, unlawful detainer, and real property claims. He is well-versed in negotiating and drafting commercial real estate purchase and lease agreements, along with prosecuting trademark applications for design and word marks. He has had tremendous success in litigating consumer rights and unfair business practice violations involving the Consumers Legal Remedies Act, Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, and Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.