222 N. Pacific Coast Highway,
El Segundo, California 90245
- University of California, Los Angeles (1993), B.A., Geography and Environmental Studies, Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa
- Loyola Law School, Los Angeles (1997), J.D., Chief Articles Editor, Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review
Jeremy J. Osher
Jeremy J. Osher is a seasoned litigator who has spent the last two decades representing clients in a wide range of matters, including insurance coverage, complex business litigation, partnership disputes, labor and employment, real estate and entertainment litigation. Mr. Osher works closely with his clients to develop strategies geared toward obtaining the “best result” in the most efficient and cost-effective manner, whether that means negotiating a favorable settlement before a lawsuit is filed or taking a case through trial. Recognizing that there is no “one size fits all” approach to litigation, Mr. Osher prides himself on ascertaining his clients’ specific needs, explaining the options available to achieve his clients’ goals and then achieving those goals.
Mr. Osher counsels insurance policyholders with respect to coverage and related matters, including first and third party property-casualty issues, bodily injury, property damage, advertising and personal injury coverages, professional liability, directors and officers insurance and bad faith. He successfully has obtained six and seven figure recoveries for his policyholder clients. Having litigated insurance matters throughout his career, Mr. Osher recognizes virtually every litigation matter has an insurance component, and that success often rests on exploiting the availability of coverage in a given dispute.
In addition to his successful insurance practice, Mr. Osher has prosecuted and defended numerous labor and employment disputes, in which he has helped employees to maximize recoveries and employers minimize exposure. Mr. Osher also has represented individuals and entities in disputes involving breach of contract, fraud, unfair competition, breach of fiduciary duty and professional negligence. Whether these cases require mediation, arbitration or trial, Mr. Osher aggressively represents his clients’ interests, but always with an eye toward minimizing attorney’s fees and costs to the client.
Mr. Osher enjoys reading, jogging, and playing both softball and the guitar. He also is a passionate follower of Los Angeles sports teams, particularly his beloved UCLA Bruins.
- First-chair trial counsel for employee who secured a high 6-figure fraud and breach of contract judgment against employer who refused to pay commissions.
- First-chair trial counsel for investment group accused of breaching fiduciary duties to minority shareholder. Case settled after second day of trial with all claims against client dismissed.
- Prosecuted claims for fraud, conversion and breach of fiduciary duty for investors who were scammed by green energy company. Clients recovered their investments and a majority of their attorney’s fees and costs.
- Negotiated a 7-figure insurance settlement for homeowner whose home was severely damaged in a fire started by tenant.
- Negotiated a high 6-figure insurance settlement for homeowner whose house was severely damaged in a landslide from adjoining owner’s property.
- Mr. Osher has been selected as a “Rising Star” by Los Angeles Magazine, a prestigious honor reserved for attorneys in Southern California who excel in their area of specialty.
Mr. Osher provides advice and counsel on a pro bono basis to Hope Lutheran Church in West Hollywood, California.
- Deliberative Process Privilege Shields Agencies’ Deliberations, LOS ANGELES DAILY JOURNAL (Aug. 20, 2002)
- Jury Unanimity in California: Should It Stay or Should It Go, 29 LOYOLA L.A. LAW REV. 1319 (1996)
Mr. Osher practiced law with the international firms Jones Day (1997-2000) and Howrey (2000-2003) specializing in insurance recovery matters, complex litigation and mass torts. Joined by his brother Nathaniel Albert Osher in 2003, Mr. Osher formed the law firm of Osher & Osher, LLP. There, Mr. Osher continued his practice with special emphasis given to insurance recovery matters, intellectual property and general litigation. In 2007, Mr. Osher joined forces with Amanda N. Luftman and Stephen Z. Boren to form Boren, Osher & Luftman, LLP.