Matthew L. Grode


LA:1880 Century Park East 12th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90067

OC: 1 Venture Suite 230
Irvine, CA 92618

NV: 1140 N. Town Center Dr., Ste. 300
Las Vegas, Nevada 89144

Phone: LA: (310)-552-3400 OC: (949) 287-8044 NV: (702) 836-9800
Fax: CA:(310)-552-0805 NV: (702) 836-9802
Professional Experience

Matthew L. Grode is a partner at the firm. In his many years of practice, Mr. Grode represents hundreds of community associations relative to a broad array of legal issues including, but not limited to, interpretation and enforcement of governing documents, drafting of governing documents, contract negotiations and disputes, and construction defect litigation. Mr. Grode’s practice includes the representation of commercial and residential owners, homeowners associations, and builders with regard to construction defect litigation. Mr. Grode frequently represents buyers, sellers and brokers in residential real estate transactions and litigation. Additionally, Mr. Grode provides advice and counsel to numerous business entities with regard to their transactional and litigation matters.

Practice Areas

Community Associations
Construction Defect
Real Estate
Business Litigation


Pepperdine University School of Law (J.D., Dean's List), Malibu, CA, 1986
State University of New York, (B.S., Business Administration, cum laude) Albany, New York, 1983 Honors: New York State Regent's Scholarship

Professional Memberships

State Bar of California
State Bar of Nevada
Community Associations Institute
California Association of Community Managers
Southern Nevada Multi-Housing Association Professional Memberships

Speaking Engagements

Community Associations Institute - Crime and Security in CICs
Community Associations Institute - Going Green
Community Associations Institute - Legal Round Table
Mutual of Omaha Bank Leadership Summit - Fair Housing, Elections, and Board Members Standards of Care

Bar Admissions

California, 1986
Nevada, 1997
U.S. District Court Central District of California, 1986
U.S. District Court, Nevada District, 1998


Community Associations Institute - Various Articles

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