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About Anthony

Attorney Anthony Marinaccio focuses his practice on real estate transactions and disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, estate planning and bankruptcy. Mr. Marinaccio prides himself on bringing individual attention to clients and being a zealous and aggressive advocate on their behalf. Mr. Marinaccio holds a J.D. from Whittier Law School where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. While in law school, he was a member of the Whittier Law Review. During law school, Mr. Marinaccio was awarded the prestigious CALI "Excellence for the Future" Awards in Constitutional Law, Local Government Law, and Remedies. Mr. Marinaccio was born and raised in Arcadia, California. Prior to law school, Mr. Marinaccio attended the University of San Diego where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science. Prior to founding Marinaccio Law, Mr. Marinaccio represented various public agencies acting as a Deputy City Attorney on zoning, land use, real estate, and construction matters. Licenses and Credentials: B.A. in History and Political Science from the University of San Diego J.D. from Whittier Law School Licensed to practice law in all courts in California Licensed to practice law before the United States District Court, Central District of California Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles

work Experience

Alvarez-Glasman & Colvin Jan. 1, 2008 - Jan. 1, 2013

school Education

University of California - San Diego - 2005
BA - Bachelor of Arts

Whittier Law School - 2008
JD - Juris Doctor


Top Attorney - Landlord-Tenant
Pasadena Magazine

Top Attorney - Landlord Tenant
Pasadena Magazine

"Excellence for the Future" in State & Local Government Law

"Excellence for the Future" in Remedies

Magna Cum Laude
Whittier Law School

"Excellence for the Future" in Constitutional Law


Italian American Lawyers Association
2008 - Current

Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles
2009 - Current

California Apartment Association
2009 - Current

Los Angeles County Bar Association
2010 - Current

Glendale Bar Association
2013 - Current

import_contactsPublished Works

Federal Courts Determine That Rent Control Ordinance Applies to Eviction of Section 8 Tenants

What Developers, Builders, and Real Estate Professionals Should Know About the Law of Solar Rights and Shade

Laws of the Solar City: What Local Governments Should Know

Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, and the Right to Fair Housing

Multiple Tenants in a Unit: Laws Addressing Co-Tenants, Guests, and Occupants

Fair Housing For Sober Living

Court Finds Landlord Has No Duty to Warn Other Tenants For Random Acts of Violence

New Laws for 2010: What Property Owners and Managers Need to Know

Alcoholism, Drug Abuse, and the Right to Fair Housing: How the Fair Housing Act Applies to Sober Living Homes

Landlord May Refuse to Participate in Section 8 Program

Avoid Discrimination Lawsuits in the Tenant Screening Process

Addiction, Recovery, and the Right to Housing: THe Important Intersection Between Sober Living Homes and the Fair Housing Act

Court Determines That Relief for Excess Rent Payments That Violate LARSO is Valid For Unlawful Guest Unit

Real Estate Brokers Owe Duty to Disclose to Prospective Buyers That Sellers May Not Be Able to Transfer Title Free From Liens
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