Marc Weinberg is a graduate of U.C. Davis, where he received two undergraduate degrees, a B.S. in Zoology and B.A. in Art History. He received his J.D. in Law in 1979, was admitted to the California Bar in 1980, Federal Court Central District in 1982, and Eastern District in 2004.
Marc has also successfully completed courses and training in mediation from the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution/Pepperdine University School of Law, and Ventura Center for Dispute Settlement.
The Law Offices of Marc Weinberg is a general practice that focuses on construction disputes,
Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and general contractual business matters.
In the more than 40 years of practicing law, Marc Weinberg, has represented countless individuals and businesses in civil litigation. Having represented collection agencies in pursuit of debts owed to various creditors, including credit card companies, Marc Weinberg is familiar with the inner workings of these companies, which is beneficial to those clients who seek an alternative to filing bankruptcy.
The individuals he has represented range from the unemployed to the professional. A short list of the type of businesses he has represented in bankruptcy court are, small businesses, vendors, general contractors, sub-contractors, construction companies, lawyers, physicians, and individuals in the entertainment industry.
In construction, Marc Weinberg represents contractors, sub-contractors, owners, and material suppliers in private and public works disputes. He is experienced in mechanic’s lien and stop notice litigation, licensing problems, contractor bond/surety claims, CSLB arbitration, citation and accusation hearings.