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Richard E Quintilone
Attorney Richard Quintilone is a Member of Quintilone & Associates, a law firm in Lake Forest, CA. As a lawyer in Lake Forest, California, attorney Quintilone serves Orange County, as well as clients throughout California.
Areas of Practice
- Auto Accident
- Brain Injury
- Construction Accident
- Defective / Dangerous Products
- Employee Benefits
- Medical Malpractice
- Sexual Harassment
- Slip and Fall
- Workers' Compensation
Admitted to Practice Law
- 1999, California, US District Court, Central District of California and US Bankruptcy Court; 2000, US District Court, Southern District of California
|:||Old Dominion University, BS, 1995|
|Law School||:||Chapman University School of Law, JD, 1998|
Quintilone & Associates
22974 El Toro Rd Ste 100
Lake Forest, California 92630
Firm OverviewQuintilone & Associates was founded in 2002, represents individuals and businesses throughout the state of California. Our practice concentrates on Wage & Hour and Consumer Class Actions, Labor & Employment Law, Personal Injury, Business Litigation as well as servicing Financial Institutions with their diverse litigation requirements.
Labor and Employment Law, Worker's Compensation, Personal Injury, Automobile Accidents, Toxic Mold, Asbestos, Construction Defect, Business Litigation, Product Liability, Premises Liability, Medical Malpractice, Insurance Bad Faith.
A class action was filed on behalf of current and former mortgage loan officers of Bank of America against Bank of America National Association alleging violation of California laws by failing to reimburse mortgage loan officers for business expenses, including cell phone usage and mileage and by making unlawful deductions from mortgage loan officer wages. After considerable efforts by counsel and the class representatives, Bank of America agreed to settle the matter for $16.65 million.
Plaintiffs filed a Complaint against Lending Tree (an online marketplace of lenders where consumers can complete a loan request and compare offers from allegedly competing lenders) on behalf of loan officers, mortgage bankers, equity specialists, and any similar positions, bringing causes of action for unpaid overtime, failure to provide meal breaks, unauthorized deductions, waiting time penalties, improper wage statements and unfair business practices.
Plaintiff filed a Complaint against Red Robin on behalf of himself and all California restaurant employees of Defendant Red Robin. The Complaint alleged failure to provide meal and rest periods under the California Labor Code §1194, failure to provide itemized wage statements, failure to pay wages upon termination and waiting time penalties under California Labor Code §203, and violation of California's unfair competition law