2013 construction picture  Jonathan represented a homeowner who was building his dream house on Newport Coast when the FDIC took over the construction lender.  Its successor, One West Bank, sought over $10 million in principal and interest, even though only $6.2 million …

Law Offices of Jonathan Stein Blocks Foreclosure In $10-million Lender Liability Lawsuit Read more »

University of North Carolina Press published a new college textbook,  Sovereignty Struggles and Native Rights in the United States:  Federal and State Recognition.  Its Chapter 2, “State Recognition of American Indian Tribes:  A National Survey of State-Recognized Tribes and The Federalist Process” is authored by Jonathan Stein and co-author Alexa Koenig, Executive …

UNC Press publishes Jonathan Stein’s chapter on tribal sovereignty in a new college textbook — spring 2013 Read more »

Jonathan helped organize approximately 20 speakers in favor of much higher landing fees at Santa Monica Airport at a contentious City Council meeting.  Jonathan and the other  activists from eight neighborhoods in Santa Monica and Los Angeles were opposed by national, …

Jonathan Stein leads 20 speakers to a unanimous Santa Monica City Council vote to decrease flight operations at Santa Monica Airport — April 2013 Read more »

For the 2012 election cycle, four City Council positions were up for grabs.  Jonathan worked with neighborhood activists to form Sunset Park Anti-Airport, Inc., a NFP corporation registered as an independent expenditure committee in California and as a 501(c)(4) civic …

Jonathan Stein forms Sunset Park Anti-Airport and helps organize Santa Monica’s second largest voting bloc — Nov 2012 Read more »

Jonathan Stein was Dinner Chair and Master of Ceremonies for a third consecutive year. Speakers included former Governor and US Senator Pete Wilson; USC President Max Nikias; 9th Circuit Court Judge Norman Paez; CA Court of Appeals Justice Norm Epstein; CA State Bar President …

Third Annual Litigation Awards Dinner Sells Out 4 Weeks Beforehand — Feb 2013 Read more »