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undefinedPaterno C. Jurani

Senior Associate

Nevada
Tel: (702) 475-7964
Direct: (702) 475-7962

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Paterno C. Jurani was admitted to the California Bar in 2001 and admitted to the Nevada Bar in 2002. Prior to joining Wright, Finlay & Zak in 2014, Mr. Jurani served as Foreclosure Trustee and lead foreclosure and collections associate for a regional law firm specializing in loan default litigation. He is also experienced in the areas of insurance defense and construction defect litigation. Currently, Mr. Jurani focuses primarily on mortgage banking litigation.

Education

  • University of Illinois, Urbana – Champaign (B.S., Accountancy, 1995)
  • University of San Diego School of Law (J.D., 2000)

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