Dominick Severance is an associate attorney in the litigation practice group at G10 Galuppo Law. Mr. Severance represents clients in a wide range of disputes with an emphasis on real estate and business disputes.
Prior to joining G10 Galuppo Law, Mr. Severance was worked for Thomson Reuters on their legal publications including California Jurisprudence, Causes of Action, American Jurisprudence Trials, and American Jurisprudence Proof of Facts. Mr. Severance analyzed over 8,000 separate cases covering every facet of law, updating publications relied upon by tens of thousands of California litigators on a daily basis.
Mr. Severance also gained extensive litigation and transactional experience as an associate at the law firm of Fenton & Keller in Monterey. There, Mr. Severance’s practice focused on real estate, land use, and corporate law assisting his clients in all their litigation and transactional needs both in and out of court. His litigation work at Fenton & Keller focused on negotiating favorable settlements pre-litigation, litigating commercial breach of lease actions, and collecting on debts, including in federal bankruptcy court. His transactional work involved forming business and non-profits, advising on employee, intellectual property, and governance matters, and drafting agreements, lot line adjustments, applications for certificates of compliance, CC&Rs, easements, grant deeds, and commercial leases.
Mr. Severance is a member of the State Bar of California and is admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the Northern District of California and all state courts of California. Mr. Severance graduated Order of the Coif (top 10%) from U.C. Davis School of Law, receiving the Witkin Awards for Academic Excellence in both Mediation and Legal Research & Writing. Mr. Severance also served on the Trial Practice Honors Board and started an intellectual property law publication with over six writers. Mr. Severance graduated Summa Cum Laude from Christendom College in 2008 with a political science degree and having taught over 400 students how to swing dance. It was at one of the swing dance sessions that Mr. Severance met his future wife. They now have three wonderful children and greatly enjoy the San Diego area and community.