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Fields Law Group, LLP | 115 S. Chaparral Court, Suite 100, Anaheim Hills, CA 92808-2259 | Telephone: 714.282.9292

Practice Areas

Construction Law | Business Formation | Mergers and Acquisitions | Transportation & Logistics


The attorneys of Fields Law Group, LLP provide cost-effective solutions to help clients solve and prevent problems in the areas of:

• Construction Law - Developers, general contractors, specialty subcontractors and material suppliers across the country have retained the law firm to assist them in all construction law matters.

• Business Formation – We are strongly committed to our clients’ vision in achieving their business goals. We provide them the strategic advice that allows them to adapt to the market, the competitive and the technological changes they confront. Our lawyers can advise them on mechanisms to address succession challenges while assuring accountability, communication, and planning among the stakeholders.

• Mergers and Acquisitions - We advise partnerships and businesses with respect to planning for sales, mergers, acquisitions, buy-sell and management retention agreements. As outside general counsel, we advise our privately-held clients in employment, contract negotiation and strategic planning. We help our clients “see around the corner” to anticipate problems before they develop.

• Transportation & Logistics - We represent a variety of transportation industry clientele. We have successfully represented agents, van lines, carriers, brokers and insurers in cargo and commercial liability claims throughout the southwest.


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Construction Law

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Fields Law Group, LLP, has decades of experience representing clients on high-profile construction projects throughout the United States.

Clients include builders, developers, general contractors, specialty subcontractors, and material suppliers that need accurate and prompt legal solutions. We understand the urgent circumstances under which construction decisions have to be made.

Architects and engineering firms have retained us to provide advice on difficult design-build issues and minimizing their potential liability through risk-shifting devices.


We handle all forms of construction related matters, including the following:

  • Acceleration claims
  • Advice on partnering
  • Analysis and preparation of claims
  • Arbitration, mediation, and litigation of disputes
  • Bid protests
  • Breach of contract disputes, including those involving disputed change orders
  • Building information modeling (BIM)
  • Contractor licensing issues
  • Contract review and negotiation
  • Construction defect defense for contractors and insurance companies
  • Delay claims
  • Disruption claims
  • Government contract claims
  • Insurance and Indemnity risk analysis

  • Joint ventures
  • Latent defects
  • Loss of efficiency and productivity claims
  • MBE and LEED certification assistance
  • Mechanics’ liens
  • Miller Act claims and litigation
  • Mold contamination and abatement
  • Payment and performance bond claims
  • Perfecting liens
  • Prompt payment
  • Prosecute and defend construction claims
  • Stop notices
  • Surety and bond claims
  • Termination for cause and convenience claims

Business Formation


We help our clients select and form the business organization that best suits their needs. Our attorneys are experienced in providing the following types of legal services for our clients. Many of our clients have found the following information helpful in deciding the services they may need for their business operations.

Business Formation – What We Do

  • Corporate structuring, contracts and mergers, acquisitions
  • Exempt securities registration
  • Confidentiality agreements
  • Employment agreements
  • Non disclosure agreements (NDA)
  • Covenants not to complete
  • Due diligence planning and review
  • Negotiating and drafting of contracts

Selecting the Right Business Entity:

Sole proprietorships

This is the easiest and most widely used form of doing business. They should be approached cautiously because in exchange for the ease of starting a business there are liabilities imposed upon the owner. An entrepreneur may start doing business incorporating the use of the person’s last name within the business name; often that avoids the necessity for filing and publishing a fictitious business name for the business. However, the business is, in a sense, the person conducting the business. Initially, that may seem attractive; but, the drawbacks can be substantial. In our view, the disadvantages often outweigh the advantages and include: the lack of separating one’s personal assets from liability to the creditors of the business; the need to personally finance the continuing operations of the business; the limitations in giving others a share of ownership of the business; and, most importantly, when something terrible occurs, finding out the insurance company excludes coverage for a claim or a lawsuit which exposes the proprietor’s personal assets to plaintiffs and their lawyers. Moreover, it is difficult to sustain the business operations following death or divorce.

Partnerships and LLCs

Partnerships are a basic form of doing business. Under the laws of most states, a simple oral agreement between two or more people to carry on a business as co-owners for a profit can create a partnership and liability for the unwary. That simple agreement can create broad tax, legal and financial consequences to the partners. Partnerships can be appropriate for certain types of investments and businesses particularly those in real estate. One of the advantages of partnerships is that the entity does not pay income tax at the entity level, but, partners have to recognize income on their tax returns when income is realized at the partnership level. Partnerships also pose adverse tax consequences if precautions are not undertaken to ensure that upon the happening of certain events the partnership is not liquidated for tax purposes. A partnership should be organized only after discussion with our lawyers and a client’s certified public accounting firm.

Limited Liability Companies or LLCs are an unincorporated business entity form that combines the favorable aspects of general partnerships and corporations. Like partnerships and corporations they are formed under state law. The owners or members have limited liability to the extent of the loss of their capital (but, like shareholders those owners may lose that protection if they provide creditors with their personal guarantees for the repayment of debt). The LLC is separate and distinct from the members and can be managed by the members or a professional manager. Elections can be made so that the entity is taxed as a partnership or as a corporation. Several disadvantages do accrue to LLCs and include the limitations that some states place upon their business activities. Sometimes it is difficult to secure third party funding and investment for them. Business people must be aware of the fiduciary responsibilities that managers may or may not have in certain situations.

A joint venture is an entity or relationship created by contract formed for a limited time or purpose such as a single project. Joint ventures are usually interpreted under partnership law, but, in the case of a dispute between or among the joint venture partners contract law principles can apply. Care should be taken to carefully document the responsibilities and accountability of each of the joint venture partners. We often assist clients in documenting and operating joint ventures.

Almost ninety percent of businesses operate in the U.S. as an incorporated business entity. State law and not federal law governs the formation of corporations. In the usual case, the entrepreneur will act as the catalyst in bringing together the team that will eventually result in a profitable business. Fields Law Group’s attorneys will assist the business promoter in forming the vision, developing the business strategy and documenting the corporation’s activities. It begins with a thorough review of the client’s business plan, followed by a review of the business financing and implementation of the plan. Articles of incorporation are filed in the state where the best protection and tax advantages are available. Related corporate documents such as bylaws, employment agreements, covenants not to compete, buy-sell agreements, and confidentiality and non disclosure agreements are prepared to protect the corporation and its owners. We have to ensure that corporate securities laws are observed when the corporation is formed.

By properly forming a corporation the principals of the business can be protected from personal liability for the debts and obligations of the company; however, business people need to be aware that a corporation has to be adequately capitalized and operated in accordance with the law for that protection to continue to be available to them. Improper formation, inadequate capitalization, and mismanagement can result in alter-ego or personal liability being borne by the shareholders of the corporation. We assist clients in their annual shareholder and board of director meetings.
There are many advantages in forming a corporation. Among them are: offering limited liability to shareholders to the extent of their capital contribution; the transferability of shares (subject to the provisions of buy-sell agreements), the ability to hire professional managers, provide fringe benefits not otherwise available to a sole proprietorship, better income and estate tax planning and centralized management. Most of the employment in America is offered through privately-held small business corporations.

C corporations and S corporations.

A C corporation is one which pays federal tax at the corporate rate level and all dividend distributions from the corporation to its shareholders are taxed again at the personal income tax rate. If the state imposes income tax on such earnings, then, both the corporation and the individual would pay additional state income tax. All publicly traded companies are operated as a C corporation. In contrast, a S corporation pays no federal income tax, but the income or loss resulting at the end of a tax year is recognized by the individual shareholders and is taxed at their rates. Current law restricts the availability of the S election and a timely election must be made to enjoy its benefits; however, we cooperatively work with our clients certified public accountants to ensure that it is timely and fully discussed.

Mergers and Acquisitions


Our attorneys and professional staff are regularly engaged to assist clients in providing cost effective solutions for their business opportunities. Our attorneys are experienced in handling transactions ranging from the small to regional-sized businesses throughout the U.S. We are well equipped to handle a variety of industries due to the breadth of deals we have completed, including the sales of businesses on Wall Street. Exceeding clients’ expectations is our goal in every business transaction we handle.

Practice Areas – What We Do

  • Align the legal strategy to promote the client’s business strategy
  • Letters of intent
  • Conduct due diligence
  • Contracts
  • Asset purchase agreements
  • Stock purchase agreements
  • Mergers
  • Hart-Scott-Rodino Act filings
  • Exempt securities registration
  • Government and regulatory agency compliance
  • Stockholders agreements
  • Buy-sell agreements
  • Confidentiality agreements
  • Non-disclosure agreements (NDA)
  • Work with tax and ERISA experts on compensation, benefit and securities issues

Business strategies
Negotiating the deal. Some business people believe that involving their attorneys in a transaction too early will only increase their professional fees or create a greater risk that the transaction will not go forward due to the attorney’s involvement. In our experience, as soon as possible clients should be fully advised of the strategies available to them in order to maximize their results from the proposed transaction; too often, the uninformed agree to all the deal points in a transaction only to be informed later that they are unsuitable for the client’s purposes. Smart negotiating tactics and strategy strongly dictate that the clients’ attorneys and accounting professionals be consulted before significant developments occur. It is at the planning point in the life of a transaction that significant savings in time and money can be realized. The drafting of the transactional documents are relatively incidental to ensuring the clients’ objectives are met. Our lawyers have represented a myriad of businesses in their pursuit of business opportunities throughout the U.S. and Canada. When a transaction requires skill sets beyond those within the law firm, we retain specialists to assist in the seamless completion of the transaction in such areas as ERISA and tax review and compliance with securities regulation.

Buying a business.
We help our clients buy businesses following a due diligence review of the targeted business’ books and records, business plans, and fixed and contingent liabilities. We partner with our clients’ accounting professionals to ensure that the acquisition is based upon sound finances and a solid business plan. We work with our clients to understand their businesses as well as they do and try to analyze the transaction from their perspectives.

The process often begins with the execution of a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) executed by the buyer and the buyer’s lawyers and accountants. This document may be followed by a letter of intent executed by the seller and the buyer. It is important that the buyer understand the nature of the transaction. Generally, it is in the form of an “agreement to agree” and non binding upon the parties until definitive, binding transaction documents following due diligence have been completed.

During the due diligence period, the client buyer and our office professionals are carefully evaluating the materials provided by the seller. If the seller does not provide sufficient documentation or other reasons for what is discovered, we provide the client with a number of options to pursue ranging from not proceeding with the transaction through crafting the proper representations and warranties of the seller which survive closing. The buyer’s payments can be structured to ensure that the transaction is balanced and provides the buyer with the right to offset if post closing problems arise.

Selling a business.
We have helped partner with our clients’ business successes. At some point in time, an owner will determine that it is appropriate to sell the business. There are a variety of options available to the owner in that regard. We note that the best time to start planning to sell a business is well before the need to do so arises. For example, if the business owns the real estate from which it operates, it should be transferred to another entity to give the seller the maximum planning and negotiating flexibility when the opportunity arises. Moreover, it may provide separate cash flow streams to the ownership upon the sale of the business if the buyer will lease back the premises from the seller.

One of the planning techniques we pursue with our clients is to ensure that the key employees remain with the business so that the ownership can maximize the greatest amount of goodwill upon sale. Employee retention can be a challenging task, but with the compensation and retention experts we employ, a number of vehicles exist to ensure the longevity of the organization beyond the crisis periods businesses confront.

We often assist privately-held and family-owned businesses in addressing continuity and successorship issues within their organizations. Retaining key employees while retiring owners and family members remain within the business can be difficult; we often invite clients to seek the input from business peer group organizations which can help crystallize what ownership and the family really wants from the business in the long term. We help guide the discussion so that both the organizational needs and those of the individual owners are realized when selling the business.

Finally, if the seller is taking back part of the purchase price in a note it is important that the seller be protected from the buyer’s inability to timely retire the debt. Adequate assurances, financial guarantees and collateralization should be created to protect the seller’s interests.



A substantial part of our practice is dedicated to litigation in state and federal courts throughout California. We have decades of experience trying cases within administrative forums and courtrooms.

The firm’s litigation practice typically involves complex multi-party cases. While most of our litigation is in the superior courts throughout California, we are frequently engaged in the US district courts. Our cases involve substantial damage claims and insurance coverage issues.

Litigation – What We Do

  • Arbitration – Both binding and non-binding arbitration
  • American Arbitration Association
  • JAMS
  • Judicate West
  • Mediation
  • Negotiation
  • Mini-Trials
  • Trials
  • Appeals

How we Litigate

  • We create innovate billing structures that reduce costs and reward outstanding results
  • We proactively plan a litigation strategy with clients and modify it as necessary
  • We provide early case assessment by defining what is a favorable case resolution for the client
  • We help the client chart the appropriate strategy that meets both the business and client objectives
  • We effectively leverage our paralegal staff and use cutting-edge technology to minimize costs
  • We minimize surprises, keep clients better informed and make the client part of the legal team and decision making.

Transportation and Logistics

The attorneys of Fields Law Group, LLP provide cost-effective solutions to help clients solve and prevent problems


S ince the 1980’s, the firm has represented privately and publicly held companies within the transportation and supply-chain industries. We regularly assist members of the industry with litigation, transactional, and contract negotiation matters. As legal council, we have:

  • Represented domestic and international carriers with respect to cargo and commercial claims

• Household carriers
• Air freight carriers
• Air freight forwarders
• Display and exhibit houses
• Van line agents
• Independent van lines
• Warehouse and SIT claims

  • Assisted transportation brokers with respect to freight loss and damage claims
  • Served full service logistics businesses with litigation and transactional matters
  • Handled independent contractor and freight payment disputes
  • Successfully defended companies with employment law claims, including overtime, contract, and classification status claims
  • Provided successorship planning and mergers and acquisition assistance (including due diligence and sales) of privately held businesses throughout the West.

Industry insurance carriers have appointed our firm as outside defense counsel to their insureds. Our litigation practice includes both federal and state lawsuits as well as alternative dispute resolution from mediation through binding arbitration.


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Our Values

115 S. Chaparral Court, Suite 100, Anaheim Hills, CA 92808-2259 Telephone 714.282.9292 | Fax: 714.283.3614

We have a common set of values which guide our actions as lawyers and members of our communities. They establish how we must balance our responsibilities to our clients, the law firm and our families. 

  • We believe our first responsibility is to our clients in meeting their needs for quick, correct and practical legal solutions. We will undertake this action by promoting high ethical conduct within the law firm. We will communicate with our clients on a regular basis and keep them informed on the progress of their matters.
  • We will stay abreast of the current developments within our areas of interest and that of our clients.
  • We will acknowledge it is our clients who entrust their work with us. Without them, we could not practice our profession.
  • We will be responsible to our employees. We will pay a competitive wage and offer fringe benefits within our capacity to do so. We are mindful that our employees must have a good work-personal life balance. We must be honest and trustworthy with them. We must offer them opportunities for training and professional development.
  • We will continue our support to works of charity and social justice.
  • As a business we must make a fair profit. We will continually refine our practices and processes to be more timely, effective and efficient.


Construction Law | Business Formation | Mergers and Acquisitions | Transportation & Logistics

C. Kerry Fields

Fields Law Group | Anaheim Hills, CA

08_aCKFPhone: 714.282.9292

Fax: 714.283.3614


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Kerry practices in several areas of law. He has an extensive background in handling litigation and transactional matters for clients engaged in a diverse number of industries, including construction, insurance defense, transportation & logistics, and general business matters. He is experienced in litigating and trying cases in both federal and state courts. He has been very successful in the representation of clients before administrative agencies.

His litigation experience includes the preparation and trial of complex business and construction cases involving difficult liability and damage issues. Representative engagements have included: business and property defense cases involving extensive risk to the client or the insured, bad faith defense for national and regional insurance carriers, all aspects of construction (including claims, liens, defects, insurance coverage, and litigation), corporate law work (including employment counseling, developing business strategies for the growth and sale of businesses which has included the sale of two businesses on Wall Street), business torts, and transportation claims.

He is a frequent lecturer before professional societies and continuing education groups. He is a professor in the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. He teaches courses in business and corporate law, employment, and real estate law in both the undergraduate and MBA programs.

The law firm has received the highest peer rating of AV through Martindale©.

Areas of Practice

  • Construction law & litigation
  • Transportation and Logistics
  • Corporate general counsel work
  • Insurance defense
  • Employment law – employer


  • Santa Clara University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 1976
  • Law Review, Business Editor, 1975 – 1976
  • University of Southern California, B.S. 1973


  • American Subcontractors Association, Construction Innovator 2007-2008
  • Silver Beaver Award, Boy Scouts of America – Orange County Council

Media Exposure


  • KABC-TV Television interview, (KABC-TV May 26, 2010). (TV broadcast).
    Provided on camera television interview regarding insider trading allegations.
  • CBS & KCAL Nightly News, (CBS & KCAL News – KCBS-TV & KCBS-TV September 24, 2008) (TV broadcast).
    Provided on camera television interview on corporate management accountability for bank loan bailout bill before Congress.
  • 11 PM News, (NBC Universal – KNBC-TV November 3, 2007) (TV broadcast).
    Provided extensive legal analysis and background to news desk of KNBC-TV regarding the law of strict liability relating to the use and distribution of consumer products.
  • 10 PM News, (Tribune Broadcasting Company – KTLA-TV September 5, 2007) (TV broadcast).
    Appeared in segment as in-studio guest on the topic of ethics and corporate responsibility for the Mattel toys recall.
  • MSN 9, “The Trials of Enron,” (Australian TV June 4, 2006) (TV broadcast).
    Provided commentary on American law relating to corporate directorship oversight to Australian network regarding the Enron scandal.


  • “Sugar takes corn syrup to court to determine which is worse for your health.” Patt Morrison show. KPCC Southern California Public Radio, 89.9 FM, March 21, 2012.
    Guest providing live commentary on NPR affiliate, KPCC regarding the health claims of the corn industry’s claim that corn syrup was actually corn sugar. Legal commentary on false advertising claims brought by the sugar industry.
  • “Entertainment.” Chicago Tribune Radio, July 2011.
    Discussed quote in Los Angeles Times article about Charlie Sheen for radio interview.

Newspapers and Internet Sites

  • Smokers need not apply at Community Memorial Hospital, Ventura County Star, (December 31, 2012).
    Interviewed and quoted for use in newspaper article.
  • Background information, Los Angeles Times, (June 26, 2012).
    Responded to real estate mortgage and ethics question concerning California Assemblywoman Alyson Huber.
  • Charlie Sheen enters rehab, putting ‘Two and a Half Men.,” Los Angeles Times, (January 29, 2011).
    Provided quotes on ethics of CBS actions with regard to the show.
  • Soaring Layoffs are Devastating for Employees and Employers, Ventura County Star, (January 6, 2009).
    Provided legal commentary and background information for use in newspaper article.
  • Black Panther Battles Ethics, Los Angeles Times, (July 26, 2008).
    Interview quoted in Times article on programming issues BET network.
  • Report Casts Doubt on Proposed Project, Riverside Press Enterprise (April 27, 2008).
    Provided 5 hours of background opinion and quotes for this Inland Empire newspaper.
  • Nurse to Head UCI Program, Los Angeles Times, OC Edition, (March 20, 2008).
    Provided corporate ethics commentary regarding new administrator hiring for UCI Hospital.
  • NBC Drama Features Executive’s Firm, Los Angeles Times, (December 3, 2007).
    Provided ethical commentary in this follow-up article for the LA Times relating to Ben Silverman’s sale of his production company Reveille to NBC Universal.
  • JP Morgan Greek Tragedy Sets “Hero” Banker Against Old Bosses, (November 10, 2007).
    Provided legal and ethical commentary relative to the actions of JPMorgan as to terminating an employee for relating to a Greek government transaction.
  • What will Ben Silverman think of next for NBC?, Los Angeles Times, (June 27, 2007).
    Provided ethics opinions and commentary regarding new NBC programming chief whose own show is in a competing time slot on ABC television.
  • Overstock CEO reflects on Cramer Debacle,, (March 29, 2007).
    Provided commentary to this Internet based news source regarding the naked options trading allegations stated by Overstock’s CEO regarding hedge fund traders.
  • Sticky Fingers in the Supply Closet, The New York Times, (April 30, 2006).
    Legality of stealing from employers and corporate ethics commentary.
  • CEO puts Radio Shack in Bind, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, (February 17, 2006).
    Gave quotes within the ethics article relating to Radio Shack’s CEO behavior.
  • UC Irvine Hospital Probes for Nepotism, Los Angeles Times: OC Edition, (February 15, 2006). Provided legal and corporate ethical analysis relating to UCI Hospital.
  • UC Irvine Hospital’s Diagnosis: Denial, Los Angeles Times, (February 7, 2006).
    Provided commentary on corporate responsibility and oversight issues besetting hospital management at UCI Medical Center.


  • Identity Crisis, People Magazine, (March 20, 2006).
  • Teaching of ethics at USC, USC Family Magazine, (July, 2007).
  • End of the affair? A court’s sobering view of romance, Marshall Magazine, (October 2005).
  • Congress calls for SEC probe on leaks from clinical trials, BioWorld Today, (August 11, 2005).


  • Contemporary Real Estate Law (© 2013), Wolters Kluwer, Aspen Publishers
  • Contemporary Employment Law (2nd edition, © 2013), Wolters Kluwer, Aspen Publishers
  • Contemporary Employment Law (© 2010), Wolters Kluwer, Aspen Publishers

Bar Admissions

  • U.S. District Court Northern District of California, 2007
  • U.S. Court of Claims, 2005
  • U.S. Supreme Court, 1980
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit, 1977
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of California, 1977
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of California, 1977
  • U.S. District Court Central District of California, 1977
  • California, 1976

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • American Bar Association, Litigation and Construction Industry Sections
  • State Bar of California
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association

Kevin C. Fields

Fields Law Group - Anaheim Hills, CA


Phone: 714.282.9292

Fax: 714.283.3614


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Kevin is involved with all aspects of the firm’s litigation and transactional practices. Since joining the law firm, he has arbitrated complex proceedings, handled mediations, and assisted on appellate matters. He handles all phases associated with the sale and purchase of businesses. Kevin received his B.S. in Business Administration with an emphasis in corporate finance from the University of Southern California in 2001.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Kevin spent 3 years as a Senior Financial Analyst at Intel Corporation’s headquarters in Santa Clara, California.  At Intel he managed a division with yearly spending of approximately $120 million with employees located throughout the United States, China, Russia, India, Japan, and Germany.

His education and experience in corporate finance allow him to understand client goals and exceed their expectations.


Areas of Practice

  • Construction law and litigation
  • Transportation law
  • Business organization and transactions

Bar Admissions

  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, 2010
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of California, 2010
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of California, 2010
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of California, 2008
  • U.S. District Court Central District of California, 2007
  • California, 2007


  • Harvard University, Certificate in Program on Mediation, 2008
  • Chapman University School of Law, J.D. 2007
  • University of Southern California, B.S. 2001

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • American Bar Association, Litigation and Construction Industry Sections
  • State Bar of California
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association
  • Eagle Scout
  • Licensed California real estate broker


  • Paralegal Book – Pending

About Us

115 S. Chaparral Court, Suite 100, Anaheim Hills, CA 92808-2259 Telephone 714.282.9292 | Fax: 714.283.3614


Our firm provides a superior combination of depth, expertise, and quality service. We aggressively represent our clients within the highest ethical standards of our profession. We pride ourselves in knowing our clients’ industries and being part of their continued success. Companies, institutions, insurance companies, and individuals rely upon Fields Law Group, LLP to provide them with quick, cost-effective legal advice and counseling in the areas of Construction Law, Business Formation, Mergers and Acquisitions, Litigation,  Transportation & Logistics.

The partners of the law firm have over three decades of combined legal experience. With their associates and staff, they work as a team to deliver practical legal solutions that exceed client expectations. In addition, the firm’s attorneys are regular speakers in classrooms and at legal seminars where they network with other professionals in related fields.

If you would like to contact us to discuss your legal matter in confidence, please telephone us:


(714) 282-9292

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Now Recruiting

We seek to grow our practice in a manner consistent with our core values, while staying responsive to our clients’ needs in a variety of practice areas.

Who Makes a Good Recruit for Fields Law Group?

With an existing diverse legal team made up of highly qualified attorneys paralegals, law clerks, and file clerks, the firm looks for outstanding candidates with the potential to be great members. Describing what makes the perfect candidate for the firm is difficult, but successful applicants possess:

  • A high degree of academic success
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Self-confidence
  • Natural curiosity
  • Scrupulous attention to detail
  • The ability to work independently and as a team member in a demanding environment

Strong Commitment to Knowledge and Diversity

Fields Law Group, LLP will consider applicants from law schools across the country, but the firm typically hires attorneys, law clerks, paralegals and professional staff members who reside near its Anaheim Hills office. With a commitment to diversity and people who are interested in professional growth, the firm seeks candidates who can partner with clients to provide efficient solutions for them.

Minding clients’ business is a big part of what we do. We wish to attract those recruits who share our team spirit and dedication to excellence.

If you are interested in seeking employment with the firm, please e-mail your resume to


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