The Principal Attorney and CEO at LloydWinter, P.C., Jody is responsible for all aspects of legal representation and business management. He ensures each client receives an exceptional standard of service. Jody personally oversees the management of LloydWinter, P.C., including client intake, representation in court, case management, and point of contact. His expertise in business and real estate law as well as personal injury representation allows him to bring personable legal assistance to his community and beyond. Prior to founding LloydWinter, P.C., Jody worked with the firm Gilmore, Wood, Vinnard & Magness in Fresno, California. There he practiced civil litigation in a variety of business and commercial cases. He practiced real estate and business litigation, including a published constitutional opinion in the matter of Tosi et al. v. County of Fresno (2008) 161 Cal.App.4th 799. Jody has been dedicated to serving the public and fighting for the rights of others from a young age. He has served as a campus coordinator and several other volunteer roles at The Well Community Church (www.thewellcommunity.org) in Fresno where he continues to lead in the small group ministry. Jody is also a member of the Christian Legal Society (www.clsnet.org), the C12 Group (www.c12group.com), and an Allied Attorney with Alliance Defending Freedom (www.adflegal.org).
- 2007 State Bar of California (Active)
- Rising Star - Super Lawyers - 2013 to 2017
- SJCL Representative / 3rd Place Brief - Roger J. Traynor Memorial Moot Court Competition - 2005
- Best Brief - SJCL George A. Hopper Moot Court Competition - 2004
- Oral Advocate Finalist - SJCL George A. Hopper Moot Court Competition - 2004
The remedy when one party breaches an option agreement for real property has not often been discussed by California courts. Given the commonplace nature of option agreements, this is a curious phenomenon.
How many times have you heard the old idiom “if you have to hire an attorney, make sure he’s a bulldog!”
If you are considering filing a lawsuit related to a broken promise of marriage, first contact an attorney, who can counsel you as to the types of claims that can be heard by the court and the types of claims that will be barred.