Vivian Tran currently specializes in complex business civil, homeowners associations, and employment litigation. Additionally, she also has duties as general counsel for transactional matters. Ms. Tran is dedicated to providing innovative and cost-effective representation for her clients.
Prior to joining Kulik Gottesman Siegel & Ware LLP, she practiced in all Federal District Courts of California litigating violations of The Fair Credit Report Act on behalf of plaintiffs. Within a three-month period, she successfully settled all 17 of her cases, saving valuable time and money for her clients. She believes in being there every step of the way, from the initial client consultation through trial and post-judgment negotiations.
She is a highly skilled and knowledgeable professional with extensive research and writing skills garnered from a federal externship with Chief Judge Ronald H. Sargis of the United States Bankruptcy Courts for the Eastern District of California.
Ms. Tran’s love of mediation prompted her to co-mediate four complex federal mediations with Magistrate Judges Craig M. Kellison and Kendall J. Newman, one which of resulted in a Global Settlement of nine cases for six percent of the six-figure damages claim. Furthermore, she has successfully completed Harvard Law School’s prominent Program on Negotiation to garner additional negotiation and mediation skills.
Ms. Tran also has her real estate salesperson’s license and completed the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s program on Commercial Real Estate Analysis and Investment to bring and offer advice regarding the potential of lucrative commercial real estate to client investors with significant risk reduction.
- Los Angeles Bar Association
- San Diego Bar Association