The Law Offices of Gary M. Letchinger is a general practice, full service civil law firm with a focus on representing business clients in the San Diego area. We can handle all types of business law questions. The principal of the firm, Gary M. Letchinger, has extensive experience in contract drafting and enforcement, employment law, business litigation, real estate law, construction defect law, and general corporate and business law.

Gary M. Letchinger, Attorney at Law, Principal

Admitted to practice in all courts in the State of California. Member, State Bar of California and the San Diego County Bar Association. Over twenty years of experience in the practice of civil litigation and general business law.

Mr. Letchinger attended the University of Illinois where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts in 1978. He attended graduate school at the University of Michigan from 1978 until 1985, where he studied philosophy of mathematics, history of science, computer science and psychology. He attended the University of California—Hastings College of Law where he was a member of the Hastings Constitutional Law Review. Mr. Letchinger received his Juris Doctor degree in 1989 and has been practicing in San Diego, California since that time. Prior to founding the Law Offices of Gary M. Letchinger, Mr. Letchinger was in private practice with both small and large San Diego firms, and began his practice with Jenkins and Perry, which was San Diego’s leading real estate law firm for many years.

Mr. Letchinger has extensive experience in business and corporate law experience includes drafting contracts and licensing agreements, advising businesses and individuals on employment policies, drafting employee non-competition and confidentiality agreements, formation of partnerships, corporations, and other business entities. Mr. Letchinger has represented clients in jury and bench trials in both in federal and state court in matters involving contract disputes, real estate transactions, construction defect claims and employment issues.