Newmeyer Dillion Partner Louis “Dutch” Schotemeyer Named One of Orange County’s 500 Most Influential by Orange County Business Journal
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF. – December 21, 2020 – Prominent business and real estate law firm Newmeyer Dillion is pleased to announce that partner Louis “Dutch” Schotemeyer has been selected to the Orange County Business Journal’s fifth annual “OC 500 Directory of Influence” list. The 2020 list recognizes the 500 most influential leaders who have made a positive mark on Orange County’s business community over the last year.
Located in the Newport Beach office, Schotemeyer’s practice areas include, Real Estate Litigation, Construction Operations and Litigation, Business Litigation and Labor & Employment. Additionally he provides risk management and legal advice to companies without dedicated in-house legal counsel. A seasoned litigator, he leverages his litigation experience to advise clients, including C-Level executives, regarding potentially litigious situations that touch their business operations and his practice areas.
“Dutch’s deep knowledge and experience as in-house counsel has informed his business-first approach to complex legal disputes and made him an invaluable resource to the Orange County business community,” said Firm Managing Partner Paul Tetzloff. “We are pleased that Dutch’s contributions to the community have been recognized by Orange County Business Journal.”
Schotemeyer rejoined the firm in September after serving as Vice President and Associate General Counsel for William Lyon Homes, Inc., and Vice President and Deputy General Counsel for Taylor Morrison. While at William Lyon Homes, he was named 2019 “General Counsel Rising Star” by the Orange County Business Journal.
The full “OC 500 Directory of Influence” list was distributed in a special December supplement.