Ryan Thomason is an associate at Horwitz + Armstrong, PLC. Mr. Thomason practices general business litigation and helping clients navigate the complexities of the court at the state and federal level. Mr. Thomason has worked both as plaintiffs and defendants counsel dealing mostly in civil pre-trial law and motion. Prior to joining Horwitz + Armstrong, Mr. Thomason worked for a Newport Beach firm where he gained valuable experience representing banks and residential mortgage servicers in wrongful foreclosures actions. Mr. Thomason has experience with litigation regarding California’s Homeowners Bill of Rights as well as real property chain of title issues.
Mr. Thomason obtained his B.A. in human communications from the California State University, Monterey Bay. Thereafter, Mr. Thomason obtained his J.D. from Whittier Law School. Mr. Thomason has been admitted to the California State Bar since 2019 and is admitted in the United States Federal Court for the Central District, Eastern District and Northern District of California.
In his spare time, Mr. Thomason enjoys exploring the strange and interesting history of Southern California, going to the movies, attempting to improve his cooking skills at home and spending weekends at the Disneyland Resort.