Jeremiah P. Webb


  • location icon Los Angeles, CA
    633 West 5th Street
    Suite 4000
    Los Angeles, CA 90071

Jeremiah Webb is a partner in the Los Angeles office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the Toxic Tort & Environmental Litigation and Products Liability Practices.

Mr. Webb earned his Bachelor of Arts in both Business Administration and Computer Information Systems, as well as his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, and a Minor in Criminal Justice, from Kansas Wesleyan University. While at Kansas Wesleyan University, Mr. Webb was a member of the varsity basketball and tennis teams and was selected to the Academic All Conference KCAC team. He also served as Student Congress Vice President and Student Ambassador, and was a member of the Judiciary Review Board.

Mr. Webb then continued his studies at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctor and a Certificate in International & Comparative Law. While at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Mr. Webb served as Justice of the Watson Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta International Law Society. Additionally, during his second year of study, Mr. Webb was selected to study abroad in Tokyo, Japan, where he also worked at an internet start-up company reviewing contracts involving both Japanese and U.S. law.

Mr. Webb’s practice focuses on environmental, toxic tort, and commercial litigation. Mr. Webb’s practice also has involved matters pertaining to litigation on behalf of developers, architects, engineers and contractors. His practice extends to representing clients in both state and federal courts as well as before various state, regional and local agencies.

Mr. Webb’s environmental experience includes not only litigation matters, but also regulatory compliance and enforcement actions under both federal and California statutes which include the federal Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act, CERCLA, RCRA, CEQA, and Prop 65.

Prior Experience

Previously, Mr. Webb's cases involved state and federal lawsuits pertaining to water and soil contamination, Proposition 65, as well as fraudulent bond activity and construction defect issues for a Fortune 100 company. He also has experience representing companies against claims involving discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination issues.

Mr. Webb's experience includes:

  • In October 2013, Mr. Webb first chaired and argued a commercial dispute at a bench trial and obtained judgment in favor of his client, a commercial real estate company with assets of approximately $12 billion.
  • In 2012, Mr. Webb was involved in a successful mediation for a Fortune 100 company involving a multi-state fraudulent bond and construction matter resulting in settlement with over 50 separate entities.
  • In 2012-2013, Mr. Webb was involved in contributing to obtaining summary adjudication against Plaintiff’s claims against the client in a large multiparty groundwater contamination lawsuit.
  • Successfully negotiated a Joint Venture between a local California company with a large Texas based company.
  • Successfully amended his construction framing client’s charter and helped to incorporate the company.
  • Successfully obtained summary judgment against Plaintiff’s claims of defamation and slander against his client, a medical professional.

Offices Held

District Justice of Phi Alpha Delta International Law Fraternity's District III


Certificate in International and Comparative Law (University of Pittsburgh School of Law)



Northern, Eastern, Central, and Southern District Courts of California


  • Los Angeles County Bar Association
  • Phi Alpha Delta International Law Fraternity

Awards & Honors

Mr. Webb was selected by his peers as a Rising Star Super Lawyer in Southern California 2012.


University of Pittsburgh School of Law

Juris Doctor, 2006

  • Certificate in International and Comparative Law, 2006

Kansas Wesleyan University

Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, 2003

Kansas Wesleyan University

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, 2003

Kansas Wesleyan University

Bachelor of Arts in Computer Information Systems, 2003

Kansas Wesleyan University

Minor in Criminal Justice, 2003

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