Joseph M. Wojcik


Joe Wojcik is a partner in Davis Wojcik Duarte, APLC. Mr. Wojcik has nearly 20 years of litigation experience in state, federal and bankruptcy courts, and represents prominent corporate clients and executives in prosecuting and defending complex business litigation and transactional matters. He represents health care providers, real estate developers, and agricultural companies in a wide range of matters, including commercial, employment, real estate, and compliance claims.

In addition, Mr. Wojcik currently serves as general counsel for a local water district handling Brown Act compliance, employee matters, union negotiations, and general litigation and transactional work.

Mr. Wojcik was in the top of his graduating class from Western State College of Law and is a recipient of two American Jurisprudence Awards. He was admitted to the California Supreme Court in 1995, and is licensed to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Central and Southern Districts of California and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California.

Mr. Wojcik currently serves as a Hemet Unified School District Trustee, he is a Past President of the Hemet/San Jacinto Exchange Club, Friends of Valley Wide, and the Hemet/San Jacinto Bar Association. He has also served as a Judge Pro-Tem in the Riverside County Superior Courts. Additionally, Mr. Wojcik is a member of the California Bar Association, the Riverside County Bar Association, the California Society for Healthcare Attorneys, and is a founding member of the Southwest Inn of Court.

Mr. Wojcik has been married to his wife, Lisa, for over 25 years and they have three daughters.

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