Justin Cronin is an associate in Pond North’s Los Angeles office. Mr. Cronin’s practice focuses on environmental, asbestos, and other toxic tort and product liability issues.
Mr. Cronin received his Bachelor of Arts in Politics (with Honors) from the University of San Francisco in 2003 and his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles in 2008. While in law school, Mr. Cronin served on the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, as a coordinator for the American Bar Association-award winning Judge Stephen O'Neil Trial Advocacy Program, and as the School Representative to the American Bar Association. Mr. Cronin was also the recipient of a Dean's Scholarship, Equal Justice America Fellowship, and the Dean's Service Award upon graduation.
Prior to joining Pond North, Mr. Cronin enjoyed success in an extensive and varied civil litigation practice, with particular and notable experience in cases dealing with premises liability, catastrophic injuries, toxics and environmental law, product liability, food contamination and recalls, intellectual property and trade secret misappropriation, fraud and high value business and insurance disputes, construction defects (single home and multi-home developments), Proposition 65, entertainment industry-related disputes, professional liability claims, Anti-SLAPP proceedings, mortgage and financial institution industry disputes, bankruptcy, and post-judgment collection activities and creditor’s rights matters. Mr. Cronin also has extensive experience in trial, trial preparation, and evidentiary matters, having co-chaired several trials to verdict and preparing numerous other matters for trial prior to joining Pond North.
Mr. Cronin is admitted to practice before all the Courts of the State of California, the United States District Court—Central District of California, and the United States Bankruptcy Court—Central District of California. Mr. Cronin is a member of the State Bar of California (Environmental Section and Litigation Section), the Los Angeles County Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the Los Angeles Rugby Club.
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