Paul M. Parvanian
Paul is a partner with Coleman & Horowitt, and a member of the firm’s litigation and transactions practice groups. Paul primarily practices in the litigation department handling a wide variety of business, construction and real property matters. Paul also assists clients in real property transactions and business transactional matters. In addition, he works with the firm’s numerous lender and business clients in the area of consumer defense litigation. Throughout his time at Coleman & Horowitt, Paul has developed substantial knowledge relating to the consumer and banking laws to be able to help the firm’s business and lender clients find the most cost-effective solutions to litigation, whether that be early resolution, or taking a matter to trial or arbitration.
During law school, Paul served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Oliver W. Wanger, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of California. Following law school, Paul worked for Dowling Aaron Incorporated (formerly Dowling, Aaron & Keeler) where he practiced in transactions, public agency law, and litigation.
Since 2017, Paul has served as an adjunct professor teaching Secured Transactions and Advanced Legal Research and Writing at San Joaquin College of Law. Paul has also served as an adjunct instructor at Fresno City College teaching civil litigation in the Paralegal Program, and currently is a member of the Strategic Planning Council of that program.
Publications & Speaking
Lecturer on Transfer of Title issues, National Business Institute’s Title Law in California seminar, April 2014.
Honors & Awards
Chief Articles Editor, Thomas Jefferson Law Review
Named a Northern California Super Lawyers “Rising Star” 2013-2019 (2.5% of lawyers practicing under 10 years)