Steven R. Disharoon
1401 Willow Pass Road
Concord, CA 94520
P (925) 222-3400
F (925) 356-8250
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Steve enjoys practicing and assisting clients in diverse areas of law, including, among others, general liability, employment, construction, public entity, and civil rights matters. Steve attended law school at the University of San Francisco School of Law where he was an editor of the Law Review and a member of the Moot Court Board of Directors. He received the CALI Award for Excellence in Community Property. He also received the Outstanding Student Article of the Year Award, in 2010 for his article on the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Stafford v. Redding.
University of San Francisco School of Law (J.D., 2010)
University of California, Santa Cruz (B.A., 2007)
Licensed to Practice in:
- Successful handling of appeals and writs in various areas, including civil rights, construction, and statutory interpretation.
- Defense of developers and general contractors in multiparty cases involving alleged construction defects in residential and commercial projects
- Handling of case management and settlement efforts, risk-transfer strategies, and complex discovery and trial-related tasks.
- Defense of employers against claims of discrimination, retaliation, and harassment, as well as claims pertaining to meal and rest break violations, wage and hour, and employment contract issues.
- Preventative counseling and guidance to businesses regarding employer/employee relationship, proper training and supervision, and methods for ensuring compliance with applicable labor laws.
- Defense of wide range of general liability cases, including personal injury, wrongful death, habitability, motor vehicle, and subrogation.
- Defense of complex intellectual property disputes, including claims of trademark infringement, dilution, and counterfeiting, as well as interrelated allegations of corporate fraud and unfair competition.
- Defense of product manufacturers and distributors against claims of personal injuries due to alleged defects in the design or manufacture, or due to an alleged failure to warn of dangers.