WSHB is proud to celebrate partner Domingo Tan being named a 2023 Leader of Influence: Minority Attorneys by the Los Angeles Business Journal.
Domingo is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University and Loyola Law School. He is an accomplished attorney with a broad range of experience in many different areas of the law including construction, business litigation, premises liability, transportation, product liability, habitability, insurance and toxic torts. An established authority in the area of construction law, Domingo has served as lead counsel in numerous multi-million dollar residential and commercial matters. His clients include Fortune 500 companies, several of California's largest publicly held and privately held builders, real estate developers, contractors, construction managers and design professionals. Domingo was named a "Southern California Rising Star" by Super Lawyers Magazine for 7 consecutive years. He successfully completed the program with the CLM Litigation Management Institute to earn the designation as a Certified Litigation Management Professional.
Domingo's longstanding commitment to mentorship of other attorneys as well as his contributions to the community are clear. He is proud to serve as part of WSHB's Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Task Force, Recruiting Committee and Charity Committee. Domingo began with the firm as a Summer Associate in 1999 and he currently leads the firm’s Law Clerk Program. He has also enjoyed mentoring many attorneys through WSHB's Mentorship Program. For the last 15 years, Domingo has coordinated WSHB's annual holiday charity work where every office "adopts" at least one very needy family in their community and the firm has collectively been able to provide gifts and monetary support to hundreds of families. He has been involved with charity work for various organizations including the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Nephrotic Syndrome Foundation, Histiocytosis Association of America and Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center.
Congratulations, Domingo! Your daily efforts are appreciated by WSHB as well as your community.