Elliot Johnson is an associate in the firm’s Litigation Department, focusing his practice on commercial litigation and consumer finance matters. Elliot effectively works with clients to communicate case objectives, strategy, expectations, and recommendations.
Elliot handles litigation cases in state, federal, bankruptcy, and arbitral forums. He has experience working on a variety of matters spanning multiple industries. His practice areas include consumer finance, mortgage banking, contractual disputes, landlord-tenant, employment and wrongful termination, professional liability, personal injury, and product liability matters. He also drafts and prepares pleadings, motions, memoranda, settlement agreements, mediation briefs, and various contracts and agreements.
Elliot is a contributor to the firm's Consumer Finance Monitor blog.
Co-author, "TCPA Verdict Remand is a Boon for Class Action Defendants," Law360, December 16, 2022
"Recent Appellate Decisions Support Both Lenders and Borrowers in California," California Mortgage Bankers Association, 2020
"California Judicial Council Unveils New Rules for Unlawful Detainer Actions and Judicial Foreclosures," California Mortgage Bankers Association, April 2020
University of California, Davis School of Law (J.D. 2017)
University of California, Santa Cruz (B.A., cum laude, 2014)