Taylor E. Hubbard, a transplant from Northern California’s Bay Area, obtained his bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University and his juris doctorate from Western State College of Law in Southern California. Mr. Hubbard is admitted to the California State Bar (2018) and has experience in civil litigation dating back to 2012 where he worked as a law clerk.
Prior to getting involved in litigation, Mr. Hubbard worked for several years in the real estate lending services industry processing non-judicial foreclosures, supporting property management services, and handling title curative-related issues. Mr. Hubbard regularly practices in the state and federal courts throughout California focusing primarily on real estate and business litigation, including affirmative and defensive Quiet Title litigation, title curative matters, complex title and land disputes, title fraud, mortgage loan fraud, and bad faith actions.
Mr. Hubbard lives in Orange County and is a member of Girls Inc. of Orange County’s Dads for Daughters and the California Mortgage Association.
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