Practice Areas: Community Association Counsel Construction Litigation Civil Litigation
Brad Schuber is a Senior Associate with the Kriger Law Firm, APC, and is licensed to practice law in the states of California and New York. He is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Southern District and Central District of California.
Brad represents community associations in Southern California and has helped clients address a variety of challenges arising out of the operation of common interest developments. Notably, Brad has participated in and been lead counsel in a variety of litigation matters, including construction cases resulting in million dollar settlements, governing document enforcement, contract disputes, judicial foreclosures and creditor representation in bankruptcy cases. In addition, he regularly advises clients regarding board and member duties under the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act, corporate compliance issues, governing document interpretation, vendor contract review, common area repairs, maintenance obligations, rule amendments, and loan closings.
Originally born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Brad moved to New York for college where he attended Pace University and graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. Shortly thereafter, he earned his Juris Doctorate degree from New York Law School, graduating in 1999. While attending law school, he was invited to join the school's prestigious Journal of International and Comparative Law, where he eventually served as Editor-in Chief.
Active in the community, Brad serves on the Education Committee for the Community Associations Institute (CAl), and the Legislative Support Committee for the San Diego Chapter, in support of CAl's California Legislative Action Committee (CLAC). In addition, he is a member of the California Association of Community Manager (CACM), the San Diego County Bar Association, and the Foothills Bar Associations of San Diego County.