Mr. Vitiello is a founding member and equity partner of Katchko, Vitiello & Karikomi, PC.
Prior to law school, Mr. Vitiello attended the University of Miami where he received a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, with honors, and in Political Science. He served as president of the Phi Sigma Tau Honor Society during his undergraduate studies. At Pepperdine University School of Law, Mr. Vitiello earned his juris doctorate degree in addition to receiving certification from the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution where he focused on negotiation theory and practice, mediation theory and practice, and arbitration. He is admitted to practice before all courts in the state of California.
Mr. Vitiello’s practice focuses on real estate law and all attendant matters including mortgage securitization, wrongful foreclosure, unfair debt collection practices, landlord tenant disputes, zoning, and other property rights. After the financial crisis of 2007, Mr. Vitiello pioneered litigation strategies that addressed the needs of the real estate market and has assisted hundreds of homeowners in saving their homes by enforcing California’s nuanced foreclosure laws. Mr. Vitiello has actively participated in the settlement of hundreds of cases in the area of real estate law.
Prior to founding the firm, Mr. Vitiello served as an associate to a transactional real estate firm and assisted in the development and management of its real estate litigation department.
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