Tony Chiosso recently started his own firm, Chiosso Law. He has represented clients in a variety of transactional, consulting and litigation matters throughout his career. His litigation experience includes defending clients in products liability, premises liability, contractor liability, complex, multi-party toxic tort, personal injury, construction defect cases. His legal career began in 2000 as general counsel for Atwood Asset Management in Sausalito, California where he handled the firm’s transactional, regulatory, tax and litigation matters, while also managing client asset portfolios. In 2005 he began representing clients in complex toxic tort and general litigation defense at Jackson and Wallace LLP. Mr. Chiosso became a partner at Jackson Jenkins Renstrom LLP in 2010.
Three solo professionals talk about their experiences running their own solo law firms and advice for those thinking about doing the same.
Adriana Linares talks to three lawyers who have gone out on their own at the Bar Association of San Francisco’s first annual Solo and Small Firm Conference.