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Michael Middleton is a construction attorney in the Litigation Department of Trainor Fairbrook. His background as an attorney embraces a broad practice of representing clients in the areas of construction, business and employment law. Mr. Middleton has over two decades of experience in civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution, and has successfully participated in numerous jury trials, administrative hearings, binding arbitrations and mediations of construction employment and contract disputes.
Mr. Middleton’s practice emphasizes all aspects of the construction industry, including construction defect actions, review and resolution of construction claims, and construction-related litigation in state and federal courts throughout California. Additionally, he has extensive experience in the areas of mechanic’s liens and collection matters, wage and hour disputes, State and Federal wage audits and a variety of other business matters faced by California employers and contractors. Mr. Middleton has been a seminar speaker for the National Business Institute with topics ranging from Human Resource Law to Construction Law. He has also served as a Pro Tem Judge for the El Dorado County Superior Court.
- J.D., University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, 1992
- B.A., University California, Davis, 1989