John W. Dillon
Summary of Practice
The newest member of Gatzke Dillon & Ballance LLP, John Dillon, is a graduate of Loyola Law School of Los Angeles. John obtained his undergraduate degree from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). At Loyola, John was an editor of the Loyola Entertainment Law Review and published an article evaluating major league baseball bankruptcies using the Los Angeles Dodgers’ bankruptcy as a case study. After one year clerking for the Compton District Attorney's Office, John became a clerk for Gatzke Dillon & Ballance LLP.
As an associate for the firm, John works in the litigation and land use and environmental practice areas. John's practice focuses on assisting other lawyers in the firm on NEPA, CERCLA, CEQA, Subdivision Map Act, Planning and Zoning Law, Endangered Species Act, and other federal and state laws and regulations. John also devotes time to developing criminal defense and firearms law practice areas.
Major League Baseball Team Bankruptcies: Who Wins? Who Loses?
32 Loy. L.A. Ent. L. Rev. 297 (2012)