|Admission Details||1971, California; 1972, U.S. District Court, Central District of California|
|Education||California State University at Northridge, B.A.; University of San Diego, J.D.|
|Birth Information||Los Angeles, California, February 23, 1946|
|Associations & Memberships||Los Angeles County and American Bar Associations; State Bar of California.member of the Board of Directors of the Beverly Hills Bar Association Foundation; Attorney-Client Mediation and Arbitration Services Committee for the Los Angeles County Bar Association. Member: National and State Moot Court Teams. Order of the Barristers. Associate, University of San Diego Law Review, 1969. .|
|Representative Clients||Successfully prosecuted a trade name infringement action obtaining an injunction for client; … lead counsel in federal securities fraud class action resulting in aggregate settlements in excess of $40 million dollars;…prevailed in lease dispute against Bank of American resulting in tens of millions of dollars of additional rent for clients;…successfully defended clients against allegations of breach of fiduciary duty in real estate partnership;…successfully prosecuted fraud claim against major corporation resulting in $500,000 judgment for clients.|
|Civil Associations||Steve has served as a Traffic and Parking Commissioner, Planning Commissioner, Member of the City Council and Mayor of the City of Beverly Hills; Officer and Member of the Board of Directors of Temple Emmanuel, volunteer for Jewish Big Brother; member of the Governing Board of Century City Hospital.|
|Additional Bio Details||.Stephen P. Webb is a Principal of the law firm of Tilles, Webb, Kulla & Grant, ALC.|
During his approximately forty year career, Steve has represented major manufacturing companies, real estate developers, business owners, legal professionals, medical professionals and individuals. His legal practice has covered a vast range of litigation matters including business, real estate, boundary encroachment and easement disputes, corporate and partnership disputes, attorney-client fee disputes, insurance and other civil disputes from inception through trial. Steve also has considerable experience in all forms of alternative dispute resolution, including mediation, arbitration, and settlement conferences.
In more recent years, Steve has represented property owners and developers obtaining a variety of approvals from various governmental agencies and city councils. Steve’s background as having served for many years as a Planning Commissioner for the City of Beverly Hills and thereafter, having been elected to the City Council and appointed Mayor, has provided him with the background, vast experience and important relationships to assist his clients in what is often a daunting process. Steve has also served as an Arbitrator for the California State Bar, Los Angeles County Bar and the Beverly Hills Bar Associations in connection with attorney-client fee disputes and, as a result of this experience, has represented both clients and law firms in connection with resolving such disputes.