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David Creeggan is an attorney in the Real Estate Transactional and Litigation Departments of Trainor Fairbrook. Mr. Creeggan’s practice focuses on real estate transactions involving ownership and disposition of real property including leasing, license agreements, title matters, easements, CC&Rs and purchase and sale transactions. Mr. Creeggan advises and assists clients on transactions involving office, retail, industrial and other commercial properties.
In matters involving litigation, Mr. Creeggan represents commercial property owners, developers, managers and receivers in all legal matters, including lease enforcement and litigation, asset management, collection, bankruptcy and receiverships. He has extensive experience in litigation involving purchase and sale disputes, ground leases, build-to-suit development disputes as well as commercial landlord-tenant disputes involving a variety of issues.
Mr. Creeggan has been a panelist and lecturer at seminars addressing lease interpretation, lease enforcement and landlord-tenant disputes. He is also the author of two articles, Stipulation of Square Footage in Lease Does Not Insulate Landlord from Measurement Fraud Claim, published in California Real Estate Journal, May 2008, and New Civil Code Extends Notice Period for Termination of Tenancy to Sixty Days, published in the San Diego Daily Transcript, April 2007.
Mr. Creeggan currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Sacramento Chapter of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) and is the Chair of its Emerging Leaders Committee. He is admitted to practice before all courts of the State of California as well as the United States District Court for the Southern, Central, Northern and Eastern Districts of California.
- J.D., Santa Clara University School of Law, 2004
- B.A., Willamette University, 2000