Georgia Z. Schneider is a shareholder and head of the Litigation Team at G10 Law. Ms. Schneider represents clients in a wide range of disputes with an emphasis on real estate and business disputes. Ms. Schneider has extensive experience in all aspects of litigation, from commencement through achieving a favorable settlement or result at arbitration or trial. Ms. Schneider is also a licensed California real estate broker, which allows her to bring unique insight to the handling of real estate matters.
Prior to joining G10 Law, Ms. Schneider was an associate at the Ponist Law Group in San Diego where her practice focused on real estate and business disputes and she represented clients in state and federal court as well as arbitration tribunals. Ms. Schneider's past cases include commercial real estate contract disputes, real estate failure to disclose, real estate brokerage and agent breach of fiduciary duty, and commercial unlawful detainers.
Prior to joining the Ponist Law Group, Ms. Schneider was an associate at Morgan Lewis in Los Angeles where she handled complex litigation and class actions in state and federal courts, with an emphasis on commercial disputes, toxic tort claims, and unfair competition and false advertising claims.
Ms. Schneider is a member of the State Bar of California and is admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the Central and Northern District of California and all state courts of California. Ms. Schneider graduated Summa Cum Laude from Southwestern Law School where she served as the Notes and Comments editor for the Southwestern Law Review, and was a member of the Interscholastic Trial Advocacy Team. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Schneider graduated Cum Laude from UCLA with a B.A. in Psychology.
Ms. Schneider is actively involved in the San Diego legal community and a member of the North County Bar Association and Lawyer’s Club. She also provides scholarly lectures to the legal community, most recently being invited to present a Lorman live webinar on “Rescission of Real Estate Contracts.” Ms. Schneider’s article, “No Fundamental Right to a View,” was also recently published in the Daily Journal, Land Use, Real Estate, 2018.
State Bar of California