Mr. Richard S. Price II

 

 

   

Rick Price was born in Whittier and raised in La Habra. He attended the University of California at Riverside where he graduated with high honors with a degree in Economics. Following graduation, he enrolled at the University of California, Davis School of Law, graduating in 1982.

Rick has been practicing law in Fullerton since 1984 with the firm of Ballard, Wimer, Brockett & Edwards. Rick specializes in real estate and business law. His clients are primarily small to medium sized businesses located in Southern California, but also include national and publicly traded companies.

Rick is an "AV" rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating for legal ability and ethical standards.

Since 1987 Rick has been acting as a Judge Pro Tem in the Orange County Superior Court. In 1994 was selected to act as an Arbitrator in the Orange County Superior Court. He has also acted as a private mediator.

Rick is admitted to practice law in all courts in the State of California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal and the United States Supreme Court.

Rick served as a Planning Commissioner for the City of Fullerton from 2000-2005, serving as its Chairman in 2003.

               Curriculum Vitae of Richard S. Price, II

Education

B.A. Economics, University of California at Riverside (With High Honors), graduated 1979

J.D. University of California at Davis School of Law, graduated 1982 Professional

A-V Rated Attorney, Martindale-Hubble

Ballard, Wimer, Brockett & Edwards, Fullerton, California, 1984 - present

Business and Real Estate Litigation, Collections, Corporate, Business Formation, Real Estate and Business Transactions

Judge Pro Tem, Orange County Superior Court, 1987- 2005

Arbitrator, Orange County Superior Court,

1994- Present

       Representative Clients

Ace Restoration & Waterproofing, Inc.; Anfinson Lumber; Cutting Edge Supply; Europacific Parts International, Inc.; Fullerton Community Bank; La Costa Glen; Morningside of Fullerton; Medivision, Inc.; Metro Town Square; Production Transport; RLH Industries, Inc.; Shook Building Systems; South Coast Winery & Resort; T.K. Transport, Inc

       Reported Cases

In Re Arm (1994) 175 B.R. 349, In Re Arm (1996) 87 Fed. Rptr. 3d 1046 (Dischargability)

RLH Industries v. SBC Communications (2005) 133 Cal.App.4th 1277 (Summary Judgment/Anti-Trust)

        Memberships

American and Orange County Bar Associations (Member Business Litigation and Real Estate Sections)

Member, Fullerton Planning Commission, 2000 - 2005 (Vice-Chairman 2002, Chairman 2003)

Admitted to practice in all California Courts; U.S. District Court for the Central and Southern Districts of California; Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals; United States Supreme Court