Mr. Stein is a trial attorney specializing in business and employment litigation.  Mr. Stein has represented clients in matters involving a multitude of subject areas including commercial contract disputes, antitrust, lender liability, FDIC insurance coverage, Securities Act issues, real estate, Medicare fraud, mortgage banking, trade secret claims and employment discrimination.

A 1983 magna cum laude graduate from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, Mr. Stein received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of California, Boalt Hall School of Law in 1987 where he served as an Associate Editor of the California Law Review and a judicial extern to United States District Court Judge Edward Rafeedie.  Before joining Tisdale & Nicholson, Mr. Stein was a litigator with Loeb & Loeb LLP in Los Angeles and St. Louis based Bryan Cave LLP.




     EMail:  MStein@T-Nlaw.com


     Tel:  (310) 286-1260

     Fax:  (310) 286-2351


     2029 Century Park East, Suite 900

     Los Angeles, CA 90067



     Business Litigation 

     Employment Litigation



     Boalt Hall, 1987, Juris Doctor

     UCLA, 1983  B.A., magna cum laude



     State Bar of California

     U.S. Supreme Court

     United States Court of Appeals,

     Ninth Circuit

     All Federal District Courts in California



  • Obtained a defense jury verdict in favor of a national restaurant chain accused of sexual harassment and retaliatory termination by a former employee.

  • Obtained a unanimous defense jury verdict in favor of an executive placement agency accused of pregnancy discrimination and wrongful termination.

  • Obtained a unanimous defense jury verdict in favor of a sea food importing company and its president accused of breach of fiduciary duty and intentional interference with prospective economic advantage.

  • Won a unanimous $9.9 million dollar jury verdict in favor of a 2˝ year old boy shaken by his former daycare center operator.

  • Won a $1.4 million dollar jury verdict in favor of a  prominent law firm wrongfully removed from a worker’s compensation insurance carrier’s outside counsel panel.

  • Won a $218,000 jury verdict in favor of a telecommunications consulting firm against a former employee for trade secret misappropriation and breach of contract.  Secured special finding entitling client to  punitive damages and attorney’s fee award.


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