George Foster

George FosterGeorge A. Foster is Of Counsel with Mulvaney Barry. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Arizona in 1971. He attended law school at the University of San Diego, receiving a Juris Doctorate in 1975. Admitted to the California Bar in 1975, he has been in practice in San Diego continuously ever since.

Mr. Foster worked as a Deputy District Attorney between 1976 and 1984 in the San Diego District Attorney’s Office. As a Deputy District Attorney, Mr. Foster tried in excess of 150 jury trials to verdict, including one capital homicide. Mr. Foster began his civil practice in 1984 with the law firm of Schall, Boudreau & Gore, Inc. In 1997, he joined Joan Walsh in opening Foster ♦ Walsh, LLP, where he practiced until joining Mulvaney Barry in 2016.

Mr. Foster has tried multiple civil jury and court trials and arbitrations on behalf of federal agencies, institutional clients, and privately-held businesses in Los Angeles and Orange Counties and in Chicago, Phoenix, Dallas, and San Diego. Mr. Foster’s current practice focuses primarily on privately held businesses and provides counsel for commercial, business, and real estate transactions and litigation, shareholder and joint owner business disputes, the sale and acquisition of businesses, employment law counseling and litigation, and probate and trust litigation. Mr. Foster also serves as a guest lecturer and as a trial practice judge for California Western Law School.

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