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Wingert Grebing: Celebrating 50 years of excellence

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For the past 50 years, Wingert Grebing Brubaker & Juskie has been a well-renowned trial firm. Wingert Grebing has substantial experience in litigation, including legal malpractice defense, business disputes, employment cases, real estate development, construction matters, employment, intellectual property matters, and significant personal injury claims. The attorneys at Wingert Grebing effectively represent their clients by developing a consistent strategy for each unique case, engaging in creative alternative dispute resolution and filing targeted dispositive motions. Wingert Grebing's attorneys are trained to be trial attorneys.

Besides its reputation as superior advocates for its clients, Wingert Grebing's attorneys are also leaders in the San Diego community, serving on the San Diego County Bar boards, California State Board of Trustees, Lawyers Club board, San Diego Defense Lawyers boards and local charitable foundations. Charles Grebing, who is well known for his work as a “lawyer's lawyer,” served as a past president of the San Diego ABOTA Chapter and of CAL-ABOTA. Alan Brubaker also served as president of the San Diego Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates, and is the immediate past-president of CAL-ABOTA, the California regional chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates, the premier association of American trial lawyers. In fact, Wingert Grebing has the greatest number of attorneys admitted to the American Board of Trial Advocates in San Diego. Currently, John Wingert, Charles Grebing, Alan Brubaker, Robert Juskie, James Mangione, Chris Todd and Roger Dyer are all active members of ABOTA.

The firm's attorneys are among the most respected and experienced in Southern California, with five of the attorney's being listed in The Best Lawyers in America, and two of the firm's partners, Charles Grebing and Alan Brubaker, achieving Fellowship in the American College of Trial Lawyers.

Wingert Grebing continues its 50 year tradition by not only effectively serving its clients, but also serving the San Diego community.


-Submitted by Wingert Grebing Brubaker & Juskie.

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