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  Jason C. Dineros
Direct Dial: 213.615.7037
Fax: 213.615.7100
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Jason Dineros is a partner in Freeman Mathis & Gary's Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco offices.  Mr. Dineros' Practice Sections include Tort and Catastrophic Loss, Commercial Litigation/Directors & Officers, Labor and Employment, and Professional Liability.  He handles all aspects of litigation, and has successfully litigated numerous cases from inception through settlement, arbitration, or trial, having made partner in just his fourth year of practice.

Mr. Dineros is the Chair of the Hospitality Law Practice Team.  He has a prominent background in the hospitality industry, notably with hotels, restaurants, and golf clubs, and has successfully defended Fortune 100 hotel, restaurant, and entertainment groups in cases ranging from catastrophic injury to liquor liability and wage and hour violations.  He incorporates his industry experience and operational skillset with the constantly evolving standards imposed on restaurants, bars, clubs, cable television entities, hotels, and lodging establishments to work alongside business owners--both large and small--towards practical and cost-effective solutions.  Whether the solution calls for the implementation of preventative operational  practices or for a jury to appreciate the unique challenges facing the operation, he serves as both an advisor and litigator. Mr. Dineros is also a member of the firm’s National Transportation Practice Team.

Mr. Dineros also serves as an adjunct professor to the Collins College of Hospitality Management at Cal Poly Pomona for Hospitality Law and Labor Law in the Hospitality Industry, where industry professionals frequently sit-in on his classes to remain current or come up to speed with industry trends and their legal ramifications.  He is a Certified Hospitality Educator by the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute, and has likewise completed Mediator Training Certification in compliance with the Dispute Resolution Programs Act at the University of La Verne College of Law.

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