Jeremy G. Tolchin
Jeremy represents businesses and individuals in Oregon and California in business, commercial, and real estate litigation, business transactions, and employment matters.
Some of Jeremy’s representative matters include:
- Successful defense of escrow company accused of committing a litany of wrongs in connection with the purchase of condominium units. [Openiano v. First American Title Company, 2013 WL 5372878 (Cal. 4th Dist., Div. 1)]
- Prosecution of two-week trial resulting in a 7-figure judgment against a multitude of defendants arising from allegations of professional negligence and real estate fraud. [Getsen Acquisitions, LLC v. Zapf, 2014 WL 3750021 (Cal. 4th Dist., Div. 1)]
- Drafted all pertinent pleadings laying the groundwork for a judgment of quiet title and damages against defendants following the “sovereign citizen movement” who recorded false deeds and reclaimed their former property by force in a case that drew nationwide attention.
- Successful defense through “Anti-SLAPP” litigation of client falsely accused of improperly reporting child abuse and facing in excess of $1 million in damages.
Jeremy has been an associate attorney at Motschenbacher & Blattner LLP since January 2015. Jeremy relocated from San Diego, California in late 2014, where he was an associate attorney at law firms specializing in insurance defense, business, real estate litigation, and civil litigation.
University of San Diego School of Law, San Diego, California
Juris Doctorate, 2005
UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California,
Bachelor of Arts: Law & Society, 2000
Oregon State Bar, 2014
U.S. District Court, District of Oregon, 2014
California State Bar, 2005
U.S. District Court, Southern and Central Districts of California, 2005
Professional Designations and Memberships:
Multnomah Bar Association, Member, 2014-Present
Oregon State Bar Real Estate and Land Use Section Member, 2014-Present
Outside of the office, Jeremy enjoys spending time with his wife, chasing his kids around, and cheering on his beloved Dodgers and Lakers (for which he expects no sympathy).