Mr. Brousseau received his Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine University School of Law, where he participated in the Dulcimer and International Moot Court competitions. Prior to Pepperdine, Mr. Brousseau attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Psychology.
Since becoming an attorney in 2007, Mr. Brousseau has practiced extensively in the area of real estate, both in litigation and transactional settings. Mr. Brousseau handles cases involving non-disclosure during purchase and sale transactions, financial elder abuse claims involving real property, commercial and residential lease disputes, escrow deposit disputes, real property partition and accounting actions, due diligence and CEQA compliance.
Mr. Brousseau’s successes include:
- Obtaining Summary Judgment for an escrow company alleged to have misrepresented the status of an escrow deposit;
- Negotiating a settlement of an alleged non-disclosure case involving multiple out-of-state properties each valued in excess of $1,000,000;
- Obtaining Summary Judgment for a real estate agent alleged to have breached the implied warranty of habitability;
- Negotiating a settlement of a commercial lease dispute involving two tenants-in-common that formed a lessor-lessee relationship;
- Obtaining Summary Judgment for a real estate agent alleged to have failed to disclose mold during sale;
- Being awarded terminating sanctions in a case where a party inadequately responded to written discovery.