Ms. Blasingham is an associate attorney in the firm's transactional department. She represents clients on general corporate counsel matters including, but not limited to, advising associations and their boards on homeowners association law, amending governing documents, enforcement of governing documents, fiduciary duties, employment issues and contracts.
Prior to joining Berding & Weil, Ms. Blasingham practiced at a firm in Orange County where she represented associations in all matters pertaining to the Davis Stirling Common Interest Development Act as well as other state and federal laws. Ms. Blasingham's experience also includes planning, entitlement, management, budgeting, permitting, and construction of new residential communities for large, national home builders in California. She managed the formation of new communities and served as a director on four Declarant association boards. Ms. Blasingham teaches a business law course for undergraduate students in the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics' Department of Management at California State University, Fullerton.
Ms. Blasingham attended Master's University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree and graduated cum laude with her department's highest award. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Western State College of Law where she graduated magna cum laude and valedictorian of her class. She served as a technical editor and writer for law review. She earned five Witkin awards for academic excellence, was on the Distinguished Honor Roll, and was a member of the Dean's Circle for academic achievement.