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Phil Hosp’s practice focuses on securities and real estate. He represents directors, officers, investment firms, public and private companies, family offices and other parties in mergers and acquisitions litigation, SEC investigations, and other cases involving fiduciary duties, unfair competition, and corporate law claims. He also represents clients in disputes involving real estate purchase and sale contracts, secured loan transactions, partnership and joint venture agreements, commercial lease disputes, priority of lien issues, judicial and non-judicial foreclosures, receiverships, and land-use.
Phil is a veteran of the U.S. Army, where he served as an Armor Officer in the 3rd Infantry Division and achieved the rank of Captain. During one of his two tours in Iraq, Phil was awarded the Bronze Star for leadership in combat and tactical guidance during an IED attack.
Phil has authored publications concerning mortgage-backed securities and been recognized as a Southern California Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine. He has served as a volunteer to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles. In addition, he is a mayoral appointee to the board of directors for the Pasadena Center Operating Company and involved in supporting alumni activities at Loyola High School of Los Angeles.
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