Mr. Lewis’ main area of practice is civil litigation. He has litigated diverse subject areas such as First Amendment Rights, Americans with Disabilities Act, Fair Employment and Housing Act, wage laws, trade secrets, contracts, securities laws and real property laws, as well as many others. Mr. Lewis’s central area of practice involves business and employment related issues and real estate matters. Mr. Lewis also represents clients regarding homeowner's association disputes.
Mr. Lewis is also a trainer in areas of employment law for organizations with an emphasis on prevention. He has taught hundreds of courses in subject areas that include sexual harassment law, mediation, conflict resolution, liability for cities and counties, recognizing and preventing employment dispute conflicts and others.
Mr. Lewis worked as a Deputy Sheriff for the County of Sonoma while attending the University of San Francisco School of Law. He passed the California State Bar Exam in 1990. Mr. Lewis has built a successful reputation as a teacher, public speaker and trainer. He is currently an adjunct faculty member of the Santa Rosa Junior College, with classroom experience in communications, diversity and law. Mr. Lewis has practiced law in Sonoma County since 1990.
Mr. Lewis’s past associations include site councils, board membership in West County Community Services and a current board position with the Police Activities League.