Lowthorp Richards welcomes new partner Diana P. Lytel

OXNARD, California – The law office of Lowthorp, Richards, McMillan, Miller & Templeman is delighted to welcome new partner Diana P. Lytel to its team of veteran trial attorneys.

A prominent civil litigator and criminal defense lawyer, Ms. Lytel comes to Lowthorp Richards from the Santa Barbara area where she worked at Lytel & Lytel, LLP. Her practice specialties are general litigation for businesses and individuals, professional liability with an emphasis on CFA Institute and CFP Board matters, premises liability and criminal defense. She boasts an impressive record of courtroom successes and positive outcomes in trial, mediation, arbitration and professional liability matters.

Highly regarded for her legal excellence, Ms. Lytel is a 2020 Southern California Super Lawyer, AV Rated by Martindale Hubbell and has been on the Super Lawyers Rising Stars list since 2015. She has also been recognized by Super Lawyers as Up-and-Coming 100: 2019 Southern California Rising Stars and Up-and-Coming 50: 2019 Women Southern California Rising Stars. She has defended a wide variety of high-profile clients, including Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, mutual funds and insurance entities.

"The addition of Diana Lytel to our firm reflects our growth strategy for 2020 and our intention to add services that will most benefit our clients," said Managing Partner Cristian Arrieta. "Diana not only brings her exceptional skill and impressive professional credentials but expands our practice areas to enhance our delivery of comprehensive legal services."

Based in Oxnard for more than a century, Lowthorp Richards specializes in business, estate, family, agricultural, real estate and injury law. The firm maintains the highest possible legal rating in the national attorney directory of Martindale-Hubbell.

Ms. Lytel received her B.A. in Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and her J.D. in 2006 from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. She previously worked in Morgan Stanley’s litigation department, served at regulatory agencies (NASD now FINRA & DBO) and has held prominent roles with prestigious law firms recognized by Super Lawyers®, Best Lawyers in America and AV Rating.

Actively involved in the Central California community and in national legal organizations, Diana currently serves as President-Elect of the nation’s largest regional civil defense organization, the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel (ASCDC). She is also an active board member of California Defense Counsel (CDC), Santa Barbara Women Lawyers and Santa Barbara Women Lawyers Foundation.

To contact Ms. Lytel or for more information on Lowthorp Richards, call (805) 981-8555 or visit http://www.lrmmt.com

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