Inside White and Bright, LLP

Whether your issue is a transactional real estate matter or requires the superior knowledge of our experienced litigation team, we truly believe that successful outcomes are the result of investing in the proper planning. White and Bright is guided by a client-centered approach that empowers the client to define what constitutes a successful outcome. Our experience, business acumen, and integrity uniquely qualify us to achieve superior results.

Out of our offices in Escondido, California, White and Bright has been an anchor in the Southern California legal field and we serve San Diego, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Imperial and Los Angeles Counties.

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White and Bright Names Laura Bright and Fred Pfister as Partners

White and Bright, LLP is pleased to announce that Laura Bright and Fred Pfister have been named as partners of the firm, effective January 1, 2015. “Laura and Fred are gifted attorneys who have earned the respect of clients, opposing counsel, and members of our firm.  I couldn’t be happier in welcoming both as partners at White and Bright and I look forward to continuing to work with them for many years.” said David Bright, […]

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Jeremy Danney Joins White and Bright as an Associate Attorney

White and Bright, LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Jeremy Danney as an Associate to the firm’s litigation team. Mr. Danney earned his J.D. from the Pennsylvania State University- Dickinson School of Law, where he served as the Articles Editor of the Penn State Environmental Law Review, and graduated with honors from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Mr. Danney’s practice will focus primarily on civil litigation and real estate matters.

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With decades of litigation experience in the North San Diego County legal field, trained mediator David Bright introduces Bright Mediations, a new service providing alternative dispute resolution services (ADR) to resolve your disputes.

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