License Agreement Disputes
Finance Agreement Disputes
Construction Contract Disputes
Distributor Termination Disputes
Franchise Termination Disputes
B&P 17200 Claims
Commercial Clause Disputes
Wage and Hour Disputes
J. CROSS CREASON
J. Cross Creason is a member of the San Francisco and Alameda County Bar Associations. During law school, Mr. Creason was a staff writer for the McGeorge Law Review and a member of the Roger J. Traynor Honor Society. He received American Jurisprudence Awards in Evidence and Sales and Leases. He is a member of the Order of the Coif.
J.D., With Distinction, 1999 University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law
B.A., 1995 University of California, Davis
Affiliations and Memberships
Member, State Bar of California
Certified Licensing Professional, Licensing Executives Society (LES)
“Corporate Counsel Beware: Economic Espionage Is On the Rise,” California Bar Journal, May 2000 (co-authored with Felix L. Fischer, Esq.; analyzes the impact of the 1996 Federal Economic Espionage Act on emerging companies’ human resource and legal practices).
Employment Law - Litigation of age, race, sex and disability discrimination, retaliation claims (FEHA and Title VII), and wage and hour disputes.
Commercial / Business – Litigation of patent and technology license agreement disputes; finance agreement disputes; construction contract disputes; distributorship/franchise termination disputes, B&P § 17200 claims and class actions; Commerce Clause disputes.
Administrative Law – Defense of Dept. Fair Employment and Housing complaints and investigations; represents clients in U.S. Dept. of Labor investigations.
Products Liability – Defense of negligence, strict liability, and warranty claims.