Steven Sayler, Attorney
Regulations in California are the strictest in the nation. Businesspeople face many challenges: multiple-party disputes, construction issues, real estate and ownership disputes, complex insurance problems, and more.
- Buy/Sell Agreements
- Partnership & Shareholder Agreements
- Incorporation of Business
- Independent Contractor
- General Legal & Business Advice
- Contract Disputes
- Employee Issues
- Labor Code Hearings
- Partnership & Shareholder
- Collection Issues
- Business Litigation
- Alternative Dispute Resolutions
- Residential, Commercial, Construction
- Disputes between Buyer & Seller
- Construction Defects
- Disputes between Owners & Contractors
- Disputes between Contractor & Subcontractors or Materialmen
- Mold Litigation
- Disputes Between Co-Owners
- Easements, Boundary, Trespass, View Issues & Tree Disputes
- Real Estate Purchase Agreements - Failure to Disclose
- Landlord Tenant Disputes/Unlawful Detainer
- Personal Injury
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Negotiation & Mediation
STEVEN C. SAYLER, ESQ.Since 1996, Steve Sayler is a principal in the Law Offices of Steven C. Sayler & Assoicates. He received his B.A. from the University of California in Santa Barbara in 1974, an M.P.H. in hospital administration from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1977, and his J.D. from Loyola Law School in 1986.
During the seven-year period prior to beginning law school in 1983, Mr. Sayler worked in both the nonprofit and for-profit acute care hospital sector in various administrative capacities from assistant administrator to executive director.
From 1986 to the present, Mr. Sayler has worked on a wide variety of litigation matters, and has tried and arbitrated numerous cases. Mr. Sayler has represented plaintiffs as well as defendants in claims involving business and commercial matters, property damage, contract and lease disputes, property law and construction defect issues representing contractors, sub-contractors, materialmen and owners. He has taught a number of classes for San Diego State University's construction law curriculum.
In addition to litigation, Mr. Sayler works with a number of small businesses on employment matters, leases, buy-sell agreements, contract terms and conditions, independent contractor agreements, formation of corporations and partnerships and other general business/legal issues.
Mr. Sayler has developed a loyal client base over the years based on his ability to achieve exceptional results, coupled with his cost-effective approach to litigation and consultation on business/legal issues. He is persistent, efficient and always cost conscious in obtaining the best possible results for his clients. Mr. Sayler has extensive trial experience, but also recognizes that at times it is in his client=s best interest to resolve disputes by settlement instead of trial. He has been very successful in resolving lawsuits at an early stage through skillful negotiation, mediation and arbitration.
Mr. Sayler is a member of the San Diego County Bar Association and the California State Bar. He is admitted to practice before all federal and state courts in California, and has been a Judge Pro Tem for the San Diego Municipal Courts since 1993. Additionally, Mr. Sayler has been active in other professional and civic organizations, including the Sunrise Rotary Club of Rancho Bernardo and the Building Industry Association of San Diego.
Mr. Sayler enjoys spending time with his wife Karen and their two children, Derek and Brent. Mr. Sayler is an avid tennis player, and enjoys most sports, including golf, skiing and scuba diving.
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