Katrina Solomatina is an attorney with our corporate and business law department. Ms. Solomatina comes to us with a background in Real Estate and construction law with a focus on effectively and efficiently solving client's concerns in a timely and cost effective way. Katrina advises clients on compliance with association, board, and member duties under the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act as well as other state and federal laws; analyzes fiduciary duty, free speech, discrimination, parking, and insurance issues; assists communities address construction needs; and handles CC&Rs and architectural enforcement matters, helps communities facing political challenges, financing large capital improvements, or other projects requiring membership or judicial approval. Her degree in mechanical engineering lends itself to having an insightful understanding of our client's needs.
Prior to joining Berding | Weil Ms. Solomatina practiced at a San Francisco firm where she specialized in corporate litigation, commercial litigation, unfair competition, trust litigation, and estate planning.
Ms. Solomatina graduated with her J.D. from San Francisco Law School. She earned her undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering with a Master's degree in English and German Literature from Tula State Pedagogical University, namesake of L.N.Tolstoy.
When not practicing law, Katrina pursues her passion for gourmet cuisine and globe-trotting.