Benjamin Angulo is an Associate in Tyson & Mendes’ San Francisco office. His practice includes commercial litigation and general liability matters.
Mr. Angulo has extensive experience defending a variety of legal matters throughout California, including business disputes, personal injury actions, complex real estate professional liability, and even claims arising from transactions regarding horses. Mr. Angulo successfully helped clients involved in public works projects recover damages stemming from breach of contract claims in addition to negligence and indemnity allegations.
Mr. Angulo earned his J.D. from the University of Missouri School of Law in 2012. He received his undergraduate degree from UCLA in 2004. Mr. Angulo served as Editor in Chief of the Journal for Dispute Resolution, where oversaw the production and publication of the internationally renowned publication. The Journal focuses on topics concerning alternative dispute resolution’s implications on domestic and international law. In addition, Mr. Angulo has been published nationally. The North American Free Trade Advisory Committee cited Mr. Angulo’s article, A State Trend of Prohibiting the Application of Foreign Law in Arbitration and Mediation Proceedings, 2011 J. DISP. RESOL. 387. See Rep. on U.S. ADR Developments (2011-2012) for the NAFTA, Art. 2022 Advisory Comm. on Private Com. Disp. Resol. (Oct. 29, 2012).
In his free time, Mr. Angulo enjoys exploring the U.S.