John K. Landay joined Kirby Noonan Lance & Hoge LLP in 2008 and has practiced in a variety of civil litigation areas in state and federal courts including employment, real estate, construction defect, professional liability and complex commercial disputes.
Landay has been involved in many settlement negotiations and mediations, recently acting as the primary attorney for a real estate dispute between two brokers that was settled through mediation. Additionally, he has helped to successfully prosecute and defend several high stakes lawsuits and settle cases on favorable terms for KNL&H’s clients.
Landay has assisted in the representation of various clients ranging from individuals to Fortune 500 companies. He has represented well-respected law firms in legal malpractice actions, departing investment advisers accused of misappropriating trade secrets, corporate defendants accused of tort and statutory violations in a multimillion dollar litigation, and a developer’s consultant in a complex construction defect matter. Landay has defended and taken depositions, appeared in both state and federal courts and successfully arbitrated a contract dispute for a startup company.
An active member of the San Diego community, Landay contributes regularly to Trial Bar News, serves as the commissioner of the San Diego County Bar Basketball League and is the legal chair of U.S. Lacrosse, San Diego Chapter. In his free time, Landay coaches for the Scripps Ranch Lacrosse Association and 3d Lacrosse.
“John Landay is an invaluable asset to our law firm,” said Charles T. Hoge, managing partner at KNL&H. “He has displayed excellent legal research and writing skills while working on some of the firm’s most critical cases.”
Landay was born in Baltimore, and grew up in Baltimore County. He attended Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., where he majored in psychology and worked as a congressional intern. While at Wesleyan, he was a four-year varsity letter winner in lacrosse and named a 2001 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Division III All-American.
After graduation, Landay attended Washington & Lee University School of Law in Lexington, Va., where he received his juris doctor in May 2007. While in law school, he participated in the Mock Trial Competition and the Client Counseling Competition. He was also an assistant coach for the men’s varsity lacrosse team. Additionally, Landay attended Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, Germany, and studied international law during the fall semester of 2006.
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|Nominations Open||September 11|
|Nominations Close||October 31|
|Nominees Published||November 8|
|Finalists Notified||November 11|
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