GEORGE LEE LIDDLE, JR., B.S., J.D
Shortly after graduating Cum Laude in 1985, Mr. Liddle entered partnership with his sister, Layne L. Liddle, and started their practice of Liddle & Liddle in Glendora, California with an emphasis on Landlord-Tenant Law and Unlawful Detainer litigation. Mr. Liddle is a frequent speaker with the Crime Free Multi-unit Housing Program, advising landlords and management companies on Landlord-Tenant issues. He has also lectured and published with various continuing education groups and Apartment Owner Associates on eviction matters. He can read, write and converse reasonably well in Spanish and in his free time enjoys collecting fossils and seashells and engaging in saltwater sports such as surfing, fishing and skin diving. He is married and lives in Glendora where he and his wife have raised three children.
Bachelor of Science, University of California, Davis, 1978
Juris Doctor [Cum Laude], Loyola Law School, 1985
Bar Number: 119977
Admitted to practice in California: Dec. 1985
Admitted to practice before Federal Courts: Jan. 1986
Admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court: Jun. 2014
American Jurisprudence Award, Study of Property: 1983
St. Thomas More Law Honor Society: 1985
Layne L. Liddle, J.D.
Layne Liddle has been practicing law for 40 years, specifically in the area of Landlord/Tenant law. When she is not practicing law she enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law J.D.
Bar Number: 94274
Before joining Liddle & Liddle in 2017, Mr. Winter has been a senior litigator for one of the largest Unlawful Detainer firms in Los Angeles since 2003. He made over 5,000 court appearances and has tried numerous jury trials.
Prior to that, Mr. Winter was General Counsel of Victory Homes for over ten years. Victory Homes is a real estate development company. The company has built multi-million dollar projects over the years in California, Washington and Hawaii. During this time, Mr. Winter was responsible for the legal affairs of the company as well as overseeing the procurement and sales of numerous projects.
Having over 25 years of professorial instruction in law, he is also presently teaching computerized legal research and Business Law at Pasadena City College.
Southwestern University School of Law
Bar Number: 158769
Mr. Brooks has successfully tried thousands of eviction cases on behalf of landlords during his career, with the cases ranging from the simple failure of a tenant to pay rent, to complex disputes over the violation of commercial lease terms. Outside of eviction matters, Kenton has advised landlords on matters such as the handling of security deposits, the defense of lawsuits brought by tenants, and the response to fair housing claims.
Prior to focusing on landlord-tenant matters, Kenton was associated with an attorney who was an Estate Planning, Trust, and Probate Law specialist. He was also part of a legal team that McDonnell Douglas retained in the 1990's to handle the defense of a major breach of contract lawsuit involving the MD-11 jet.
B.A., Boston College, 1991 (magna cum laude)
J.D., Boston College Law School, 1994
Bar Number: 192935
Editor, Uniform Commercial Code Reporter-Digest, 1994
Mr. Zakari takes pride in his quality of work and treats all his clients, from single dwelling landlord to multi-unit property management companies, with the respect they deserve. He has represented indigent tenants as well as high profile celebrities in landlord tenant disputes. Mr. Zakari's expertise has been sough in landlord tenant cases throughout the State. He has also argued cases at all appellate levels including the California Supreme Court.
Mr. Zakari is fluent in Spanish, German, and Armenian. When he is not spending time with his wife and child, he enjoys being a licensed Ham Radio Operator, (KI6DAM) and he is an active volunteer with the Beverly Hills Police Department's Disaster Communication Services (DCS).
B.A., University of California at Santa Barbara, 1998
J.D., University of Oregon, 2003
Bar Number: 225356