JEFFREY R. KLEIN
Jeffrey R. Klein began working with Fisher & Wolfe as a law clerk in 2010 and continued with the firm following his admission to the California State Bar that same year. His practice focuses on civil litigation, intellectual property, entertainment, real estate and general business transactions. Mr. Klein currently serves as corporate counsel for several companies, including one of the world’s largest producers of solar technologies. In addition to his litigation and corporate practice, Jeffrey represents clients in the entertainment industry, including production companies, musicians, actors, writers and advertising agencies who develop campaigns for international commercial brands.
Mr. Klein received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University in 2006. He attended Southwestern Law School where his academic accomplishments were acknowledged by selection to the Dean’s List. He was recognized as the top student in the courses of Technology Licensing Agreements and Telecommunications Law and Policy, receiving CALI awards in both classes. In 2010, Mr. Klein received his Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern.
Mr. Klein is a member of the District of Columbia Bar and the State Bar of California. He is admitted to practice before all state courts in California, as well as the United States District Court for the Central District of California and the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.
Notable Federal & State Decisions
Boviet Solar USA, Ltd. v. Melpro Corp. (2018): Prevailed in arbitration proceeding, obtaining an Award in favor of client in the sum of $468,778.50, plus interest, in case involving consignment of solar panel modules in Puerto Rico. The Award included client’s costs and attorneys’ fees. (Confirmation of Award. Judgment.)
Rodrigo R De Llano, et al. v. Abecassis Enterprises, LLC, et al. (2015): Obtained, after an eight (8) day bench trial, a judgment in favor of clients in the principal sum of $893,000.00 in case involving breach of fiduciary duty in partnership commercial real estate investment. The judgment included the award of costs, attorneys’ fees, and interest, for a total judgment in the sum of $2.1 million as of the date of entry.