At Law Offices of Torres & Brenner, we offer personalized, small-firm service with big-firm results. Our partners have successfully represented individuals, small and medium businesses and public entities in a wide range of litigation and transactional matters.
Our partners have 58 years of trial experience between them and have tried hundreds of cases. They have experience in a broad spectrum of
civil disputes. Each partner has received the AV rating, the highest rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
Leonard Torres, Founding Partner
Since beginning his practice in 1974, Len has tried numerous cases for a variety of clients. Len has represented individuals, businesses and public entities in partnership disputes, transactional matters and lawsuits concerning professional liability, auto accidents, personal injury, products liability, employment and construction site accidents.
After graduating from the UCLA School of Law, Len began trying cases as an associate attorney with both plaintiff and defense litigation firms.
Drawing on his experience as a litigator and USMC combat veteran, Len founded the law firm of Torres & Brenner in 1981 in order to provide thoughtful and effective trial representation in a service-oriented, small-firm setting.
Today, Len volunteers in the community to help young veterans. He serves on the boards of the Marines' Memorial Association, the Marines' Memorial Theater and Huntington Medical Research Institutes and understands the needs of small businesses, non-profits and individual clients.
Anita Brenner, Partner
Anita represents individuals and small businesses in a broad spectrum of lawsuits. As a Los Angeles County Public Defender, she tried over 200 criminal jury trials, both felonies and misdemeanors. In 1984, Anita joined Law Offices of Torres & Brenner, where she broadened her focus to include general civil litigation.
Anita has represented entrepreneurs, individuals and small businesses. She has successfully litigated, tried and arbitrated disputes over real estate, construction defects, easements, computer law, contracts, trade secrets, civil rights, privacy, insurance bad faith, eminent domain, personal injury, professional liability and employment.
A recognized expert on the subjects of jury selection and evidence, Anita entered the UCLA School of Law on a scholarship. She also served as an associate editor of the UCLA Law Review. Since graduating in 1973, Anita has published and lectured widely on the subjects of evidence and jury selection.