David B. Sadwick

David B. Sadwick: Attorney with Tatro Tekosky Sadwick LLP
Attorney Awards


Judicial Law Clerk, Hon. David Thompson, U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Stanford Environmental Law Journal, 1984-1986. Former Partner, Preston Gates & Ellis. Founding Partner, Tatro Tekosky Sadwick Mendelson, LLP. Contributing Editor: "Proposition 65 News - Proposition 65 Litigation Reporter," 1996-2000; Co-Author: "How has California Handled Toxic Torts?" Toxic Torts Practice Guide, McGraw-Hill, 1994-1996; "Inactive Sites - The Superfund Process," Environmental Law Practice Guide: State and Federal Law, Matthew Bender, 1992-1995.

Areas of Practice (6)

  • Environmental Law
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Technology
  • Environmental Litigation
  • Unfair Competition
  • OSHA

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
213-225-7171  Phone
University Attended:
University of California at San Diego, B.A., 1983
Law School Attended:
Stanford Law School, J.D., with distinction, 1986
Year of First Admission:
1986, California; 1989, District of Columbia
Los Angeles County Bar Association (Member, Environmental Law Section); State Bar of California (Member, Environmental Law Section); District of Columbia Bar.

Peer Reviews

4.0/5.0 (1 review)
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Los Angeles, California

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