Mr. Brousseau is an experienced litigator specializing in real estate law. Mr. Brousseau routinely handles cases involving buyer-seller nondisclosure, real estate broker and agentsduties, escrow instruction and deposit disputes, commercial leases with tenant improvements, partitions, easements, and unlawful detainers. Mr. Brousseau litigates cases from pre-lawsuit mediation up through to trial and appeal. Mr. Brousseau defines his litigation style by handling every case as if it can be won.
Mr. Brousseau is licensed to practice in all state courts in California and before the federal Eastern and Central Districts of California.
Mr. Brousseau is a graduate of the Pepperdine University School of Law where he participated in the International and Dalsimer Moot Court competitions. Mr. Brousseau also externed at the Western Law Center for Disability Rights and received a grant from the Advocates for Public Interest Law. Mr. Brousseau received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles, where he double majored in Psychology and Sociology.
A native Southern California, Mr. Brousseau enjoys reading, going to the beach, snowboarding and skydiving.