Jason B. Friedman

Jason B. Friedman specializes in the areas of housing and habitability law. Mr. Friedman earned a J.D. from Loyola Law School and received the school’s First Honors Award.

He began his legal career working as an Immigration attorney for Catholic Charities. Before enrolling in law school, Mr. Friedman played professional baseball in the Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Orioles, and Seattle Mariners organizations. During his professional baseball career, he attended U.C. Riverside in the off-season. Upon concluding his baseball career, Mr. Friedman completed his undergraduate education at California State University, Long Beach. After that, Mr. Friedman worked as a teacher at Hawthorne Middle School while attending Loyola Law School.

Mr. Friedman is licensed to practice in California, Nevada, New York, and Massachusetts. He resides in Southern California with his wife and two kids.


Christofer R. Chapman

Christofer R. Chapman has specialized in housing and habitability law. Mr. Chapman has previous experience with construction and product defect litigation and mold claims. He has defended corporations, private individuals, and insurance companies, emphasizing the defense of high-profile construction injury and defect actions for construction companies, manufacturers, design professionals, developers, general contractors, and subcontractors. In addition to his trial work, Mr. Chapman has extensive experience with court-ordered and binding arbitration and mediation. 

Before coming to Long Beach, he began his legal career with defense firms in the Inland Empire and Orange County. Born in Zaragoza, Spain, Mr. Chapman is fluent in Spanish. He has two kids and lives in Southern California with his wife.