June 3, 2020 – Buchalter is pleased to welcome new litigators Vincent Whittaker and Skye Daley to its San Diego office. Both Whittaker and Daley’s primary focus is complex business and commercial litigation throughout California.
“I am delighted to welcome both Vince and Skye to the Firm,” said Adam Bass, Buchalter President and Chief Executive Officer.” “Their combined expertise and dedication to client service complements our existing exceptional litigation capabilities and commitment to providing clients with the highest quality legal services.”
Whittaker is an experienced federal and state trial lawyer with approximately two decades of handling high-stakes complex commercial litigation. He handles a wide variety of commercial business disputes, including lender liability, complex real estate matters, construction disputes, breach of contract, employment discrimination, negligent misrepresentation and fraud, trade secret and unfair competition, as well as shareholder and partnership disputes.
Committed to philanthropy, Whittaker is currently a board member for the Southwestern Growers Committee. He has also been recognized as a “Top Lawyer” (Business & Commercial Litigation), by Palm Springs Life Magazine from 2011-2019.
Daley’s experience includes representing clients in both federal and state court, as well as in arbitration and in administrative proceedings. He has extensive experience representing employers in a variety of employment matters, advising his clients on questions of labor and employment compliance, and successfully asserting client rights in copyright and trade secret disputes.
“Both Buchalter’s strong litigation proficiencies and full service capabilities provide an extraordinary opportunity to further expand my practice,” said Whittaker. I’m excited to join the growing San Diego office and be a member of a robust firm.”
“I am extremely pleased to welcome Vince and Skye in San Diego,” added Tracy Warren, Managing Shareholder of the San Diego office. “With their experience and phenomenal litigation skills, we are excited to work with them.”
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